Imagine waking up to the world’s nicest commute. A leisurely stroll through the garden to your very own peaceful, cosy log cabin. Complete with double glazing, wall-mounted heating, your full work-from-home setup, (maybe even a TV, radio and mini-fridge), and all you need to make that first hot drink of the day, right there in your brand-new garden office.
Sitting comfy at your desk now, picture the view from inside your new log cabin. Perfectly lit with tons of natural daylight. Maybe you’re watching the autumn leaves drifting down in the garden, or maybe it’s raining, or snowing, or the sun’s shining bright.
All that hectic traffic noise and office chatter was replaced by birdsong and pure silence. Nothing to sap your concentration; your attention is solely focused on doing your very best work. With your favourite music playing in the background while you get started.
Imagine this is your working life from now on. The very definition of work-life balance gives you the absolute best of both worlds.
A snug, beautiful, professional log cabin for you to work in peaceful solitude, with all the comfort and convenience of the home right there, just across your garden. Giving you all the time in the world to spend with your loved ones… along with all the space and silence, you’ll need each day, to really focus on building your career.
And if that sounds good, let’s make it even better. Building your own custom log cabin to work from home has never been easier – or more affordable. Garden Buildings Direct has hundreds of Log Cabins in various sizes, to suit any budget. They come with full instructions and are easy to assemble with pre-cut timber panels.
How much does it cost to build a log cabin?
Garden office log cabins can cost anything from around £1000 – £7000. It all depends on the size, your needs and of course your budget.
Do you need planning permission to build a log cabin?
If your log cabin falls under ‘permitted development’ it shouldn’t require planning permission. This is so long as it is:
- Isn’t going to be used for permanent residential use
- Doesn’t exceed a max eaves height of 2.5m
- Doesn’t exceed an overall height of 4m (dual-pitched roof like an apex or -reverse apex). Or 3m (any other type of roof, like a pent)
- Doesn’t take up more than 50% of your garden area
- Isn’t built past the front wall of your house
The details above are provided at Garden Buildings Direct whose log cabins are built to these specifications.
With so much change in the working landscape right now, a rock-solid refuge to work from home could be the perfect way to refresh your workdays – or make a fantastic kick-start to your new career!