Floor to gable window and doors provide plenty of natural light and a view of your garden from within, while the contemporary pent roof gives you the compact space you need. No matter how you want to use your studio, the Mia offers the blank canvas to make it into your own.
What we admire about this log cabin building is the full-length door and window which is perfectly aimed at remote home workers. This provides an airy and bright, yet compact office space!
Paired with the contemporary design, the Mia boasts a modern-world working creative space in the comfort of your back garden.
Take Advantage of the Pressure-Treated Option
Maintenance is vital to ensure your log cabin garden office stays in excellent condition all-year-round. When it comes to upkeep for your garden building, pressure-treatment always comes in handy.
A pressure-treated log cabin office can firmly withstand any harsh weather conditions while at the same time, having a longer lifespan than its untreated counterpart.
Not only will it leave you with a log cabin that’s low-maintenance and cost-effective, but this also will help you save money and time in the long run, freeing yourself of maintenance worries.
3. Easy to Assemble
Given the wooden materials used, log cabins are considered to be one of the most accessible types of garden building to construct in any garden setting.
Even better, when purchasing from Garden Buildings Direct, the Mia Pent Log Cabin comes with a comprehensive assembly manual, to make sure that you’ll never go wrong during the installation process.
4. Naturally Insulated
Whether or not you’re working from home permanently, having an all-weather office is crucial. This is why wooden garden buildings are popular options for many.
Wood is a natural insulator, due to the air pockets within its cellular structure, and the Mia Pent Log Cabin is no exception. If you’re planning to spend more time in your garden office, especially during the colder months, this building can provide you with the needed warmth.
Since log cabins are natural insulators, they hold up heat better during the colder months. The cellular structure also limits their capacity to conduct heat, which keeps the interior cooler during the summer months.
Limiting the need for artificial heating or cooling, makes the Mia into a more eco-friendly option. Not only that, but as a naturally-occurring material, timber also helps in removing and storing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.