Garden room designs – Ideas to consider

16 Nov, 2022

Garden room designs – Ideas to consider

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Many homeowners found during the pandemic that having everyone at home made it difficult to find a quiet space. A lot of people found themselves fantasising about a dedicated space for working, or for hobbies.  If you are still dreaming about such a space here are some garden room designs to consider to help you create that space.

Ideas for garden room designs – Things you could do

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Sometimes it is great to create a unique and dedicated space in the garden

When it comes to making improvements to your garden, there are lots of options to consider.

Building a garden room is becoming more and more popular these days, particularly after the COVID19 pandemic, with more of us working from home than ever before.

However, before you build a garden room, there are lots of pros and cons to weigh up to ensure that it is the right choice for you.

Consider the notion of such an addition and the garden room designs carefully – after all, it’s a huge investment in your home.

However, getting a garden room built can be one of the best decisions that you will ever make. Some of the best reasons to consider building a garden room include:

A Designated Home Office

Working from home can be great. But it can also be tricky to navigate. Especially if you don’t have a spare room in the house to become your home office.

Many of us end up working from spare bedrooms, in the kitchen, or in a corner of the living room.

This isn’t great for keeping your home and work life separate.

With a garden room, however, you can have somewhere to work in peace and quiet that is still at home but is separate from your main home.

There’s still no need to commute as your office is right there on your doorstep, but you’re not spending all day being distracted by household chores or your family members.

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More Family Space

There are so many garden room designs you don’t have to feel limited. A garden room doesn’t have to be your home office. If you already have a room in your home to use as an office, and don’t work at home, then use the garden room as family space. Building a garden room as a playroom is a popular choice for families with kids, as it keeps toys neatly stored away while kids have got somewhere to go and play that isn’t going to create a huge mess in the living room or their bedrooms. A garden room playroom can easily become somewhere where your children can create, play, imagine, build and more.

Home Gym

Creating a space to work out and get your daily dose of exercise at home is another great reason to consider building a garden room, and one of the most popular. Gym equipment can be quite bulky, so nobody wants to carry it upstairs to make a gym out of the spare bedroom or have it in your living room or dining room creating an eyesore. With a garden room, you can also get more out of your workouts as you can go in there to switch off from all the distractions in the home and focus solely on getting through your workout.

Games Room

A garden room can be a dedicated space for gaming. If you love gaming but don’t have the space for a big gaming setup creating clutter, build a garden room.  It can be an ideal space. With a garden room, you can create a space that is dedicated wholly to video gaming.

You can  make sure that it’s fully wired up with Wi-Fi extenders if needed so you can play online. Or you can even go all out and get a pool table, foosball, and more games to play. Either way, a gaming room in your back garden can become a fun, personal sanctuary to retreat to. It creates dedicated space for hobbies, or a great space to entertain family and friends.

Meditation Room

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A garden room can be designed as a great space for relaxing meditation

Need somewhere in the home where you can go to simply de-clutter your thoughts and de-stress? Then you might want to consider building a garden room to be escape space or meditation room. Life these days is becoming more and more hectic. So it’s always nice to have somewhere at home where you can get away from the hustle and bustle of your daily life.

There are many garden room designs to consider for somewhere to stop and relax for a while. Whether you actually use it for meditating, or just somewhere to switch off when it all gets too much, it can be relaxing. This special space can be amazing for your mental health and wellbeing, and definitely worth the investment.

Garden Bar

If you love entertaining family and friends at your home and in your garden, then a garden room can be a special space. It can help you set up a home bar or a  perfect space for entertaining. In the past, going out to a pub or bar was more affordable. Now it has become much more expensive. This is why it’s no surprise that today more people find the idea of entertaining at home appealing. Turning your garden room into a home bar can be one of the best ways to do this, whether you’re just enjoying a drink at home or hosting a big family gathering.

Cinema Room

Turning your garden room into a cinema room can be an amazing idea if you love movies and TV shows. As long as the garden room is well-insulated, this can be a space that you use all year round. It can be cosy and comfortable to get snug as a family space to relax or watch a family film. With a garden room, you can create a dedicated cinema space. It can offer a special atmosphere and experience compared to using your living room. You might want to invest in a massive TV that takes up one wall, for example, and get a popcorn machine for snacks on the go.

Craft Room

If you love crafting, then you will know that it can take up a lot of space. You need space for all those supplies. Instead of letting your craft supplies take over the kitchen, or pile up in a spare room, create dedicated space. Building a garden room can provide you with the perfect space for dedicate storage. It is also somewhere for you to get on with whatever crafts you like to do in peace. Plus, there is the added bonus of keeping all the mess that is often associated with arts and crafts away from the main home.

Summer House

A garden room can have many different uses. Don’t overlook the fact that having somewhere you can go away from the home can be seriously beneficial. A summer house is a versatile idea if you are not sure what to do with your garden room. As you know you can use it for most of the options mentioned above.

If you want to make a home renovation investment, then a garden room is a great choice. Not only is it somewhere to go and relax, but there are tons of ways you can use the space. Consider the purpose and garden room designs you choose based on your needs and preferences.

 

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