With a large amount of the UK workforce working from home these past few months, we have all had to find space in our homes or the garden for an office space. Pre-lockdown, I had started to transform our spare bedroom into a home office for myself. But when the government urged everyone that could work from home did, Mr. B took it over. I’ve not had it back since!
So I’ve been thinking about maybe I could have a garden office? My own office space to get away from the girls and from the sofa to do my work. I’ve chatted about getting a home office before but not really the decorating or even what garden office flooring I would need. It would have to be comfortable and warm. Cold, wet Cornish Winters can get into your bones!
I’ve been having a browse over some nice furniture pieces that would fit in with engineered wood flooring for the garden office. I Just need to save up for the office and kit it out! Life would be so much easier having this extra space.
But how did I come up with the idea of engineered wood flooring for the garden office?
Well, this type of flooring has lots of benefits, that other flooring types do not. As an example, it’s aesthetically pleasing and will fit in with your decor, you get the warm wood feeling underfoot, it’s hard-wearing and easy to clean. It’s ranged in the mid-high spec garden offices.
Other types of garden office flooring include:
- Laminate flooring
- Carpet tiles
- Hardwood flooring
- Softwood floorboards
- Bamboo flooring
- Cork flooring
- Rubber flooring
- Stone and tiles
- Vinyl flooring
As you can see from the list, there are many types of garden office flooring you can use. They all have their pros and cons. You need to find the right option for you. If you are stuck for ideas check out my Pinterest board for interiors.
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