You’ll probably work from home if you work remotely. But that doesn’t mean you have to fill a corner of your living room with a clunky desk, a huge monitor, and an ugly rolling chair. You can fit your office wherever it fits in your life.
If you have the money, of course. Even if you don’t you can still find something affordable to spend at least a few weeks isolated in, away from civilization and close to your thoughts.
Here are a few of those types of places that we think you will like and maybe even get inspired to visit, build, or pay us to build them for you.
As seen on Seguin Maine
Barrelhouse By The Sea
As seen on Ultralinx
Mini Forest House
There is no better way to relax than to be surrounded by extensive nature. Forest houses are perfect for stressful jobs, or such that involve anxiety, short deadlines, and a great amount of responsibility.
As seen on Curbed
Wooden House Decorated With a Flower Garden
As seen on Manual
Modern Stone Etched House
As seen on eBaum’s World
Beautiful Lake House Surrounded By Poplar Trees.
As seen on House Prefab
Expandable Shipping Container House
As seen on Fropky
As seen on Deezen
Remote Beachfront House For Isolation
As seen on the Real Estate Conversation
Don’t be that guy. Check out the articles below and create the best remote home office with the best remote tools to help your team run itself.
- 5 Minimalist Home Offices
- Home Office Organizational Tips
- Home Office Productivity Tips
- How To Make Your Office Feel Like Davincis Workshop
- Remote Tools To Help You Run Your Team
Justin is one of those directors that speaks and acts as a true westerner.
If you got the feeling this article seems as if you’ve seen it somewhere else before, that’s because Justin’s voice is so ingrained in the western culture of writing articles that you might have as well read something he wrote.
When he is not writing about home improvement, cars, personal style, and how to behave in front of people, he does other stuff such as being a gentleman, rejecting tons of women (he’s into character), reading Carl Jung, and playing his harmonica.