“One size doesn’t fit all.”
We know It can be overwhelming to make the final decision about the features and design of your garden room. But if you have the right guidance with a detailed explanation about your options, this process will be enjoyable and faster. With our expertise in creating bespoke garden rooms, we understand that identifying your unique needs and preferences is essential to ensure you’ll be happy with the final result. In this guide, we’ll explore the different types of garden rooms and some questions you need to consider to make the best decision.
Defining your needs
By thinking about how you want to use your garden room and who will use it, you can narrow down your options and find the perfect space for your needs. Do you need a space to work from home? Host parties? Store gardening equipment? Or a home gym?
If you are planning on using the space for entertaining, you will need a larger garden room than if you are only planning on using it as a home office. You must ensure the garden room is safe and child-friendly if you want to use it as a playground. If you need a lot of natural light, you should orient your garden room to get more sunlight.
Types of Garden Rooms
A garden office is perfect if you want to create a dedicated workspace in your home. These rooms are designed with functionality in mind, featuring ample natural light, heating, internet and all the necessary electrical outlets for your computer and other office equipment. Plus, you’ll have the added benefit of separating your work and home life, allowing you to focus and be more productive in your garden office. But, if you’re not sure if you want to commit to a full office, you can always start small and add on later.
Next, consider a garden studio. These rooms are ideal if you need a space for creative endeavours, such as painting, music, or crafting. Garden studios are often larger than garden offices and can be customized to suit your specific needs. They can be outfitted with skylights and large windows to let in plenty of natural light and can also include built-in storage to keep your supplies organized. Also, remember that a garden studio can be an excellent space for yoga or meditation.
Garden Cabin for your outdoor living
Finally, a garden cabin can be an excellent option if you want a more versatile space. You can use your outdoor living as a guest room, bespoke garden bar, playground, or small home gym. Garden cabins can also be designed to blend seamlessly into your backyard, making them an excellent option if you are looking for a more natural, organic feel.
“When choosing the perfect garden room, you must consider your specific needs and how you hope to use the space. At London Town Cabins, we specialize in creating bespoke garden rooms tailored to your unique requirements.”David Duval-Johnston —
Whether you’re looking for a dedicated workspace, a creative studio, or a versatile cabin, our team of experts can help you design the perfect garden room to fit your unique needs. So, don’t hesitate to contact us today and schedule a free consultation to create your dream outdoor living space.
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