5 garden room ideas to transform your outdoor space

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If you are lucky enough to have some extra outdoor space, you might be looking for some inspiration with what to do with it. Modern design and production techniques make it possible to build a whole manner of things in a very short space of time. So, what are your options when it comes to inspiring the use of that garden space? Here are five garden room ideas you can implement today.


A pole barn makes a great garden room ideas if you’re looking for a simple design to store a car or equipment. They are relatively quick to build and can be designed to fit in with the style of your property. Roof products for pole barns can be found from local and national suppliers.


Having somewhere to escape to for time to yourself is important. If there’s no room in your home, then a she-shed might be the answer. You can buy them prefabricated or in kits that you can build yourself. You can have fun designing the interior to be your very own relation space. Whether that’s a luxurious day bed or a huge flat-screen TV. The choice is yours. 


With many people now working from home full time, the corner of the dining room table or the pokey spare room isn’t going to cut it forever. Investing in a garden office can be good for productivity and your work-like balance. Having a beautiful space to do your work can help you concentrate on the task a hand with fewer distractions. At the end of the day, you will also be able to leave your work in your office rather than be constantly switched on 24/7. 


If you have kids, it can seem like your home is constantly covered in toys and full of noise? A perfect garden room ideas is to give them and you some space by building a playroom in the garden. You can have all of their toys or video games in there. To ensure that you can always see what’s happening, you can have a video feed to monitor them. The great thing about this is that as they get older, you can change the use of the room to something they can use to escape to for some time to themselves, or it they have friends over. 


Lack of a spare room means that you can never have people over to stay unless you start trying to fit everyone onto sofa beds or inflatable mattresses. A much more elegant solution is to have an en-suite guest room in the garden. Not only will it give you an impressive solution to your guest’s problem, but it will also be much cheaper than building an extension onto your home. 

Prefabricated, modular rooms are the ideal way to make use of the space in your garden, when it’s not feasible to add extra space to your home. The beautiful designs can add to even the most stylish of properties, and give you the flexibility to change their use as your family situation grows and changes. 



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