Garden rooms are a great way to maximise space and add a little something extra to your home. People use this additional room for many reasons, but what can they be used for?
One way to use a garden room is to turn it into a home office or workspace. Whether you work from a desk or have a craftier job, having a home office that is close to but separate from the home is a great way to separate work and relaxation.
Bespoke garden rooms make fantastic workspaces as they are self-contained and private, while still being only a few short steps away from the comfort of your home.
You may also wish to create a home gym, spa or exercise space in your garden room. This provides more privacy than public areas and means you are able to utilise it whenever the mood strikes…great for fitness-focused folk who prefer to exercise away from the crowds.
During the last few years, there has been an increase in people using garden rooms as their own personal bars and pubs. This gives you a space to host and have fun with guests while keeping the mess away from your actual home.
You can host a party or gathering at your place without having to worry too much about muddy footprints or accidental drink spills ruining the floors and carpets in your home. Or, if you prefer to party alone, it allows you your very own private bar experience.
Speaking of guests, garden rooms make perfect guest suites. They provide privacy for all parties while enabling you to still be close by. This has also been utilised by people renting short-stay spaces as it allows you to host without actually welcoming strangers into your home.