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Top Tips For Making Your Garden Room Cosy All Year Round

In the middle of winter, the first flush of spring can feel so far away, and that can lead to the misconception that a garden can only be enjoyed when it is in full bloom, typically starting near the end of spring up until the middle of autumn.

Because of this, garden rooms and other similar buildings are also seen as investments that are optimally enjoyed for just part of the year. 

However, with some preparation, adjustments and a few touches, you can make your luxury summer escape perfect for winter as well.

Insulation Is Key

The difference between a summer garden room and one that can be used irrespective of the weather is insulation.

Not only does this allow you to enjoy the garden room in winter without having to put on a thick coat, but it creates a living space that can endure and last longer in general, avoiding mould, damp and corrosion more effectively than if it lacked insulation.

Consider The Purpose

Ultimately, the best way to make a garden room work in winter is to think about how you’ll use the space once the summer ends and what opportunities will be available.

A garden room is an ideal space for entertaining and doing dinners, it could be used as a fitness room, a home office or even as a way to stargaze in warmth and comfort.

Each of these purposes will need different arrangements, and getting them ready now allows you to reap the rewards later, much like the early spring preparations to your garden will make it thrive during the height of summer.

If you plan to have your garden room be multifunctional, consider what you need to make it comfortable in a wide range of scenarios and where you will store furniture and equipment 

specific to the summer and winter months.


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