Wooden garden rooms can be a great addition to your garden. Maybe you’ve just purchased a new property and have some space in the garden you’d like to use effectively? Or you’ve found your living space doesn’t quite suit your household, but you don’t want to up sticks and move to another location?
If you’ve asked yourself any of these questions, then it’s definitely time to think about buying a beautiful garden room!
Do you need something to relax in? Does it need to be functional? Would a multi-purpose room suit you better? The truth is, there is a world of possibility. All you need to do is decide on what’s right for you.
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Wooden Garden Rooms and Their Uses
Once you’re set on picking a use for your garden room, all you need to do is a little bit of research and planning. The best use for any bonus rooms on your property is to give you extra space. Whether that means it creates more space within the main building of your home, or if the room itself give you somewhere to spread out.
When is comes to wooden garden rooms, the trick is to be savvy with your space. Make the most of your extra room and you could make your whole property feel twice the size.
Wooden Garden Rooms Make Great Hobby Rooms
Whether you’re sewing handbags to sell, or making your own special home brew to share with your friends, wooden garden rooms are fantastic hobby rooms. The things will having a hobby is, it usually takes up space. Any hobby that involves making something, usually involves equipment, materials and space to use the materials on the equipment!
That’s why it’s so convenient to have a dedicated room to work on your hobbies. It means you can leave your equipment out until you’ve truly finished with it. It also means you won’t be getting under anybody’s feet or in anybody’s way when you’re trying to have some time to yourself. You’ll also be able to make your space super cosy all year round by installing a log burner.
Another Sitting Room Is Always Handy
uses for wooden Garden Rooms to extend house
If you live with your friends or family, you’ll know only too well how stressful it can be sharing a remote. You can’t expect to have the same TV tastes as everyone else in your household, but compromise can be a real pain.
Instead of fighting over the channel, leave them to it and set up a sitting room of your own. You’ll no longer need to sit through the soaps when you want to watch the football.
Relax alone or host your friends, an outdoor sitting room is meant to be enjoyed. Spend as much time as you can in there to really get your money’s worth.
An Office Close to Nature
If you work from home or have your own business, it’s only natural to want your own space. It might even be more a case of needing your own space. When you outgrow a tiny desk in the spare room, or your half of the dining room table, it makes sense to set up a real office.
A garden office gives you scope for your business to grow without distractions. It means you can leave your work at the door when you re-enter the house and not let your working day creep into your evening (a common side effect of working where you live.
Whatever you choose to do with your wooden garden room, plan it carefully to get the most you can out of the extra space.