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The Shedworker's Bookshelf: roundup

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 04:23 AM
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by (Alex) last modified Jan 17, 2011

There have been several books published recently of interest to shedworkers. Here's a quick rundown: 1000 Designs for the Garden and Where to Find Them by Geraldine and Ian Rudge includes lots of photos and ideas for furnitures, art and luxury garden items, among them the garden office buildings of Neoshed and the Conversation Chair by Ana Linares , whose bookshelf design will feature in the forthcoming Bookshelf book Create A Successful Website by Paula Wynne , organiser of the Remote Worker Awards , is a useful introduction for any shedworker or homeworker who wants to get to grips quickly with putting a business web site together. Green Interior Design by Lori Dennis showcases plenty of ideas for making your garden office interior both stylish and eco-friendly with tips for furniture, accessorites, windows, plants and general advice on making your shedworking atmosphere healthier and more comfortable. How to make working from home work for you is by Rachael Ross and includes plenty of practical hints about how to set up your own shedworking office, looking at subjects such as storage, establishing your working space and how to beat isolation. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Monday posts are sponsored by garden2office, the Swedish garden office specialists. Click here for more details .





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