Destination: Backyard

As the summer days heat up, you may be one of the many people rethinking your summer vacation plans. With the uncertain state of our world, many are staying closer to home this year and choosing to skip unnecessary trips. We know this firsthand, as many of us on the Studio Shed team have chosen to forego long-standing travel plans.

With that in mind, there’s never been a better time for a staycation. Instead of seeking a sanctuary in far-away lands, there is an opportunity to transform our homes into a sanctuary that we can enjoy long after this summer ends. We are certainly seeing an uptick in interest on this front, and while the dynamics of pandemic life are no-doubt accelerating this trend – the backyard getaway is something we’ve long promoted as beneficial to our lives. With the right changes, our homes can indeed be our sanctuaries, and a Studio Shed is a great place to start.

A well-placed backyard studio can provide privacy from neighbors, create “positive space” in your backyard, and become a destination that allows you to use your property more fully. Studio Sheds are designed to seamlessly integrate indoor and outdoor living spaces, so that your backyard studio lives larger than its small footprint. There is no space more flexible too: Your Studio Shed can serve as a summer backyard hangout one day and a home office the next.

A vacation at home offers the opportunity to reflect on our priorities and make time and space for things that would otherwise get lost in seeking pleasure in adventurous travel. How many of us need a vacation from our vacation upon return? This year, we invite you to make your own backyard your destination, and we’re here to help make your staycation as dreamy as possible this summer.

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