- The featured Image is The Moonlight by Into The Garden Room
It would appear the weather is finally starting to warm up; summer is definitely coming! What better time to make the most of your garden? Many people are keen to create a warm and inviting oasis in their garden this time of year. If you’re looking for new ways to extend your living space into the great outdoors, then look no further!
A garden room is such a versatile addition to your space. If you’re searching for some additional ways to spice up this summer, consider adding some facilities that will make the season memorable. For example, set up a bar from which guests can enjoy cold drinks or create a shaded and relaxing area where people may sit back and watch their surroundings. A garden room provides many options so take advantage of them all!
You can also think about adding extras to your garden room to make it even more inviting and multifunctional in these upcoming summer months. A decked area with an outdoor kitchen and BBQ means you’ve got a great place from which to grill, or perhaps you would prefer to use it as a lovely raised area for seating and sunbathing?
Decking can help create a smooth flow and transition from your garden room into the actual landscaped space. Decking can be a beautiful addition to any good garden studio space offering a calm and tranquil place to enjoy a morning coffee on what feels like your own private terrace.
Where to Position Your Garden Studio?
Your garden is your space to enjoy and relax in. Make the most out of it by investing wisely, which means positioning a studio right where you want one for maximum enjoyment!
The placement of your garden studio is an important consideration and can help you make the most of your garden space. Positioning a studio in the middle may seem counterintuitive, but it could be helpful if you’re trying to divide up different zones- especially when gardens are extensive!
The end of the garden is often the most popular choice for our customers. This makes good use of a smaller space and provides an oasis from everyday life that’s tranquil but not too close to your living quarters. You should also consider what direction your studio faces to maximise all its potential benefits! A south-facing garden would be perfect if you want some sunbathing as well as natural light – it might get hot during summertime, though! On the other hand, north-facing gardens will probably have problems with being too dark at certain times of the day.
You could also consider adding blinds to your garden room or perhaps an outdoor canopy, both of which could help to reduce heat in the summer and provide additional shade.
The type of cladding you choose for the outside of your garden studio can have an impact on how well it sits in your garden and how it works visually within its surroundings. partners have a great range of styles to suit various garden spaces that will allow you to design the perfect room according to what best fits each particular area. There are huge ranges of cladding styles from organic to man-made.
Render is another option. It’s an easy to maintain coating that comes in a great range of colours. This versatility can be perfect for creating sleek, minimal designs that might work better in more urban environments
Even the most diminutive garden building can benefit from landscaping that will help enhance how they work within the surroundings. Creating a path or patio around your property to connect you and your guests directly back into nature is great for creating an attractive, inviting space and adds practicality in terms of safety by providing better access to other parts of the grounds.