5 Innovative Ways to Use your Garden Room

Why not make 2018 the year you instantly improve your garden with one of our bespoke garden rooms. Futureproof your property with a modern addition that provides multi-purpose functionality and creates a new space for you or your family to enjoy.

There are lots of different ways to use your garden room and it’s completely up to you, which is part of the fun. We thought we’d give you a few ideas though, which might spark some inspiration for your own garden room project.

Home Office

We can’t recommend enough how beneficial it is if you’re self-employed or work from home, to have a separate space that you can concentrate and carry out your work in. You can free yourself of distractions (tv, the fridge, your dog) and make important calls or hold meetings with new clients.

If you need some time and space to think about big decisions and business questions then a tranquil, relaxing and comfortable garden room is simply ideal.

A Garden Pub

This one speaks for itself. Become the most popular person in your friendship group and turn your bespoke garden room into a pub/bar. Get the drinks in, build a nice, snug seating area and spend your time with friends and family in your garden bar.

It’s the perfect way to get everyone together whatever the weather and have some good times.

Extra Income

You might not work from home, but know someone that needs a space to work in. You could rent out a garden room office to someone you know and allow them to work from it. An extra bit of side-income could come in handy.

Your garden room might not be an office at all though and you could turn it into the perfect guest room for someone to stay in for short visits. Putting a garden room on AirBnB or other short stay websites could generate extra income and become a nice little earner.

Give your Kids a Helping Hand

It’s more difficult for young people to get on the housing ladder these days, so if you have adult children that you want to give a helping hand but still provide with some independence then a garden room could be the perfect compromise. A warm, comfy and safe environment could give your adult children a good way to save up some cash while they’re looking for somewhere else to move.

Home Gym

It’s time to pump some iron. If you’re looking to get fit or you’re just sick of having to go to the gym and pay the monthly fee then why not bring the gym closer to home. Get some equipment and turn your garden room into a home gym.

Working out’s never been easier if it’s only a few metres away from your house – no excuses now! Looking out onto your garden, instead of at a sweaty stranger is much more appealing and you can easily fit the gym into your day.

For more ideas or advice on building a bespoke garden room, get in touch with Bridge Timber today.