There are several uses that many people opt for with their garden room building. While you might want a multi-purpose garden room, here are some examples of the most common uses of modern garden rooms.
A Garden Office
A garden office is the most common and popular choice for many large garden rooms. Having a garden office is a unique and exciting alternative to turning your spare bedroom into a home office. It offers a completely private space for you to work from while still not having to leave your property.
Most jobs now require us to work from home at least one or two days a week, and having a designated place for your office hours will help you be more productive and separate your work and home life.
A Garden Gym
Another popular choice for large garden rooms is a home gym. Rather than finding the time to get out of the house, sit in traffic on the way to the gym, and wait for others to finish using the equipment you need, you could invest in a large garden room gym!
Skip the traffic, skip the queues, and jump straight into your workout at the bottom of your garden.
Say goodbye to lacking motivation or struggling for time. With a home gym in your garden, you’ll never find it hard to get that important session in.
A Home Spa
Another excellent way to use a large garden room is as a home spa. Relax and unwind at the bottom of your garden with your very own sauna and hot tub.
Large garden rooms can come with a built-in sauna, or you can add a barrel sauna to the side of your garden building.
Whatever you choose, having a designated place to decompress after a long day is fantastic for your mental health.
A Man Cave
If saunas and hot tubs aren’t your ideas of a relaxing time, why not turn your large garden room into your very own man cave or she-shed?
With a large garden room, you have plenty of space to add a sofa, a television, or even a bar. You are spoilt for choice when it comes to turning a SummerHouse24 large garden room into a man cave, so get creative and build your perfect space.