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  • 3 Great Uses for Insulated Garden Rooms

    Garden rooms, eco-friendly garden pods, and container houses have been getting a lot of attention lately and for a very good reason. The coronavirus pandemic has forced us to spend most of our time at home and, some of us even switched to working remotely. That means that many of us have realized that an extra room would be a great solution for a wide range of issues. We’ve also learned that feeling good at home is an extremely important thing.

    Insulated garden rooms are a modern solution to modern problems and installing one in your back yard comes with many advantages. For instance, a garden pod can boost the value of your property and make it more attractive to potential buyers. But if you aren’t planning on selling your property in the foreseeable future, you’ll be happy to learn that insulated garden pods can have many different uses.

    Insulation allows you to use your garden pod throughout the year without worrying about uncomfortable temperatures. A garden pod without insulation can also be very useful as a storage shed and garage/carport, but if you add insulation, your garden pod can be transformed into a comfortable guest bedroom, a quiet home office, a hobby room, and more. So, it is safe to say that an insulated garden room is a cheap way to add living space to your home without having to worry about making a mess or hiring contractors. Read on to learn more about the different uses of insulated garden pods.

    Insulated Garden Room as a Home Office

    3 Great Uses for Insulated Garden Rooms

    If you are considering working from home, you should know that the kitchen table might work for a few weeks, but you’ll soon find yourself searching for a more quiet space. If you are already working from home, you probably know how difficult it can be to focus on your tasks if you’re constantly surrounded by distractions. An insulated garden room can solve all of these issues as it can provide you with a separate and organized office space that allows you to be close to your loved ones while also focusing on your work.

    To turn your insulated garden room into an office, you’ll have to make a few investments such as a high-quality ergonomic chair and desk, but it will all be worth it. In addition to that, your garden room can also be a better space to meet with clients than the main house.

    Worried that your garden room might not be big enough for a home office? We have good news! There are many interior design tricks that can help you make your garden room seem more spacious. Choosing the right furniture, decorating the walls, and using neutral colours are just a few examples of inexpensive ways to make your garden pod seem bigger.

    Insulated Garden Room as a Space to Relax

    3 Great Uses for Insulated Garden Rooms

    Small houses can become crowded and you might feel constantly distracted by chores, home appliances, guests, the TV, and the general humdrum of everyday life. If this sounds familiar, you should consider using your insulated garden room as a space to relax. You can easily transform a dull space into an oasis of relaxation by doing some minor interior design adjustments.

    But first, take some time to think of the relaxing activities that you’d like to do in your garden room. Great examples of relaxing activities include reading, listening to music, painting, birdwatching, gardening, Yoga, etc. Once you’ve picked your favourite relaxing activities, you can start to envision a beautiful space that will inspire you and make you feel happy. If you don’t have an insulated garden room yet, check out our Container Cabin V5 that is fully insulated and equipped with attractive oak flooring, double-glazed windows and doors, interior and exterior wooden cladding, electric sockets, and LED lights. Like all of our container houses, Container Cabin V5 is can also be equipped with floor heating if you are looking for extra cosiness and comfort.

    Insulated Garden Room as a Man Cave

    3 Great Uses for Insulated Garden Rooms

    If you’ve wanted a foosball table for a long time but you always felt that there wouldn’t be enough room for it in your home, maybe you should add a garden room to your wish list as well. Many of our customers have decided to buy insulated garden rooms and to use them a man caves. In general, a man cave is a space that’s dedicated to your passions, hobbies, and other activities such as watching the game or having drinks with friends, but it can be anything you want. The most important thing is to customize the space and decorate it based on your taste and needs.

    Our multi-use, eco-friendly container houses make perfect man caves. Some of our most popular products include the Shipping Container Cabin Nordic and Container Garden Room V4.

    All of our standard container pods come equipped with closed-cell PUR foam insulated walls, roof and floor, so you won’t have to worry about spending money on insulation. In addition to that, we can adjust the positions of the door and windows, the cladding materials, and other components to suit your needs.

    Worried what would happen with your garden room if you decide to sell your property and to move out? It is up to you. You can either leave the container house on the property as it will boost its value and make it more attractive to potential buyers, or you can take it with you. Our container houses are can easily be moved to a new place.

    If you need help deciding which insulated garden room is best for you, do not hesitate to contact us. Our Devon display site is located on Dartington Estate, right in the heart of The Cider Press Center – a beautiful place with many different attractions such as shops, restaurants, and gardens. Come visit us Monday to Saturday 09:30 – 17:30 and Sundays / Bank Holidays 10:00 – 17:00.

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