What Can I Use a Garden Room For?
When you need extra space or just want a breakout room from the main house, a garden room is ideal. From a custom-built garden room with bespoke dimensions to ready-to-build options, there is something for every garden and every budget. But how do intend to use your garden room?
1. Reading room and chill out space
With a hectic, unrelenting schedule of work and social commitments, more people are looking to creating time in their lives to relax. For your own well-being, there is nothing better than a quiet space. The garden room is perfect for a reading nook and chill out space, no matter what the weather is doing outside.
2. Gym and work out room
If you enjoy working out but find going to the gym a drag, a garden room would be the ideal solution for creating your own home gym and work out space. It’s not uncommon to find garden studios acting as dance studios, yoga work out spaces and gyms. With reinforced flooring and light décor solutions, it becomes the space you’ll enjoy.
3. A teenage space
The teenage years are some of the most difficult. Teenagers crave space away from their parents or carers (and annoying younger siblings!) but as parents, you know they are too young to be out of sight for too long. Get the best of both worlds with a garden room that starts its life as a teenage hangout which, over the years to come will morph and change to match your family’s needs.
4. The hobby room
Not all hobbies require a lot of space but when it does, it can be hard to find the space in the main house. Yes, you’ve guessed it, the garden room is a brilliant investment as a hobby room. Hobbies are many and varied but as a sewing room, for example, it has all the space you could possibly need or for any other hobby for that fact!
5. A man cave or garden bar!
If you entertain regularly – or even if you don’t – a space where you can welcome guests is always a bonus. But again, many people use the garden room as a place to escape the stresses and challenges of everyday life. As a man cave, there is surely nothing better. Or if you enjoy a tipple or two, a garden bar in the secluded corner of your garden is not an impossibility either.
6. An outdoor office
Glorious in summer and snug in winter, a garden room that is your home office will be a welcome addition of which you will never tire. In the summer, there is nothing better than throwing the doors open to enjoy the cooling breeze as you work. In winter, with insulation and a heat source, the garden office is just as delightful. Wrapped in its warm embrace, you’ll be productive and creative.
Getting your own garden room
You’ll be surprised at just how affordable and versatile a garden room can be. What would you do with yours?