4 Garden Room Ideas for Outdoor Inspiration

Garden rooms provide a seamless connection between indoors and out, which is why they’ve become so popular UK wide. Here we look at some inspirational garden room ideas to help you create that perfect space that blends the beauty of the outdoors, with the comfort of the indoors.

Garden room ideas

Garden rooms provide a seamless connection between indoors and out, which is why they’ve become so popular UK wide. Here we look at some inspirational garden room ideas to help you create that perfect space that blends the beauty of the outdoors, with the comfort of the indoors.

1. Give your garden room a garden of its own

A pathway leading up to your garden room featuring a pretty arch planted with climbing roses or honeysuckle. Miniature orange or lemon trees in pots either side of the door. Hanging baskets and window boxes brimming with blooms. A herb garden in a raised planter. A deck or patio complete with a bistro set. Setting your garden room within its own miniature garden will transform it into a stunning feature of its own, as well as providing you with the perfect view as you relax and unwind in your outdoor haven.

2. Go with a garden theme

The ideal way to bring the outside in is to adorn your garden room with plant themed accessories. From leaf-print cushions to floral curtains and wall coverings, and from natural-hued rugs in greens and browns to plant inspired artworks, by bringing in an outdoor theme, you’ll tie everything together perfectly. And don’t forget a few carefully chosen house plants!

3. Plant a living roof

Looking for garden room ideas that are eco-friendly? A living roof does a great job of helping a garden retreat blend into its surroundings, and softens the appearance of the building too. What’s more, planting a sedum roof offers all sorts of benefits. From enhancing air quality and supporting pollinators, to retaining rainfall and conserving energy thanks to its natural insulating properties, there is plenty to take advantage of with a living roof.

4. Open up to natural light

If you’re going to form a seamless connection between indoors and out, you’re going to need to open up that view. Floor to ceiling windows will let natural light flood in, as well as maximise your garden vistas. For larger garden rooms, you may consider sliding or bi-fold doors, so you really can open up the room and blur the lines between outdoors and in. You can also optimise light and views by swapping curtains for blinds that roll up fully. Also be sure to give due consideration to positioning your garden room just so that it provides the best possible outlook onto your garden, and affords you as much sunlight as possible.

Looking to invest in a garden room to create the perfect outdoor haven? Visit Surrey Hills Garden Buildings for inspiration and advice.

If you are in the market for a garden lifestyle or leisure room, why not visit one of our dedicated show sites for inspiration? Our family run team is on hand to provide you with friendly, expert advice on choosing your perfect shed or garden building.

 

You are also welcome to get in touch to discuss your individual garden shed ideas. We look forward to speaking to you.

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