Robin Salcido and her husband have been sharing a small home office since March as America eased into the era of remote work.

She’s an artist. He’s an engineer. But as the months ticked on, the couple in Louisville, Colorado, longed to separate their work environments.

“Let’s face it, no matter how great a relationship is – and ours is pretty fantastic – no one wants to be on top of each other 24/7, especially when you’re working,” Salcido said. “Now that we can’t go to coffee shops, and we’re really limited in other opportunities for leaving the house to get some work done, we realized we need more space.”

So they ordered a prefabricated backyard shed that’s getting installed on Friday. Salcido will use it at her office.

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