Tiny Backyard Home Office

This standalone home office from Mike Speciale and Kimber Reed adds an interesting design element to the backyard with its small deck, landscaping, and cafe table.

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September 25, 2015
From: Sett Studio

Photo By: Blake Gordon

Photo By: Blake Gordon

Photo By: Blake Gordon

Photo By: Blake Gordon

Photo By: Blake Gordon

Photo By: Blake Gordon

Photo By: Blake Gordon

Photo By: Blake Gordon

Photo By: Blake Gordon

Small Backyard Office Studio

A separate office studio creates an ideal work retreat in the backyard. No interruptions from family and friends, and the commute can't be beat!

Backyard Studio Office and Gravel Patio Area

Careful construction and design provides top-of-the-line sound reduction qualities, insulating this backyard studio office from outside noises. The space is integrated into the overall home, but anyone inside it can maintain a high level of concentration.

Small Home Office With Low Window

Much of this petite home office, designed by Sett Studio, is made from their signature material called Monotread. Sustainably created out of unutilized wood chips from mills, Monotread is used for the built-in desk, the flooring and the ceiling. Check out the fun ground level window, ideal for providing light as well as privacy.

Backyard Home Office With Table and Chairs

Despite taking up less than 80 square feet, this efficiently designed backyard office space contains a full desk, table, three chairs and a wall-mounted monitor.

Small Deck on Backyard Studio

A small deck on this backyard studio office adds usable square footage to the space. The bench was placed to act as both a rail along the back edge and comfortable outdoor seating.

Backyard Studio Office With Metal Tiles

A combination of materials was used to finish out this modular studio: Acid-hued metal tiles complement the darkened wood grain. The deck's wood is reused in the soffit to create a cohesive aesthetic.

Mixed Materials With Wood and Blue Panels

Mixed materials create high contrast and visual interest.

Acid-Hued Metal Tiles

The exterior of this studio was finished using metal tiles. An acid wash gave them a blue hue for a compelling ombre effect.

Backyard Work Studio and Fire Pit at Night

When the sun goes down, the light from inside this jewel box of a studio and the nearby fire pit create a warm welcome for the night shift.

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