Saturday, 18 June 2011

A pod for your garden

Garden Pods come in all shapes, sizes and prices. Whether you want an extra room to work from or just somewhere to curl up with a good book, there's a pod out there with your name on it. Here are a few of my favourites.

I could spend days happily suspended in the Nestrest. It's designed by Daniel Pouzet and Fred Frety and is available from www.dedon.de


If you need a garden room but want something a bit different then an Archipod could be just the ticket. It comes in sections so it can be carried through the house. I saw this at Grand Designs Live 2010 and loved it then. It's surprisingly spacious inside (a bit like a rustic tardis!)



This outdoor daybed is called Igloo and can be fund at Skyline Design but has a stalk and therefore resembles a huge apple. It just makes me want to climb in and curl curl up like a hamster.


If you really want to get away from it all then how about one of these spheres by Free Spirit Spheres? You need some tall trees and a head for heights, but once you're tucked up inside you could write a novel without any distractions apart from birdsong and the odd visit from a squirrel!


This garden room from Roost gives you the the option of a grass roof. It's small and perfectly formed and I could set my easel up in here quite happily.


Unfortunately all I have room for is the old fashioned kind of pod like these from Seedparade

There's no harm in dreaming though!

This blog post is part of the mydeco.com ‘Pass It On Garden & Outdoor series’, a collaborative blogging project. I am passing this on to Pargy and Confessions of a Design Geek

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