If you are thinking about investing in a summerhouse for your garden, you are probably considering what size you should opt for. There really is a huge amount of choice, from a compact 6×6 summerhouse to a more expansive 20×10 summerhouse. Ultimately, your choice will depend upon your budget, your available garden space, and your plans for how you will use your summer house. We’re taking a look at a selection of summerhouse sizes that tend to be the most popular, to help guide you as you consider what might be best for you.
There are various considerations when it comes to choosing the right size summerhouse. Our guide to what size summerhouse you can build in your garden should prove useful. In the meantime, let’s look at some examples.
Malvern Collection summerhouses are available in nine different models and come in an array of shapes and sizes. One of the most popular compact models is the Gazebo, perfect as a private garden haven just for you, or maybe for two. If you’re looking for a 6×6 summerhouse or a bigger 10×10 summerhouse, you’ll find what you need in the Malvern Gazebo, where standard features include fixed and opening windows, lockable doors, toughened glass, tongue and groove timber roof and floor, and a high quality timber treatment applied throughout.
Options to customise your Gazebo summerhouse include a coloured painted finish, Georgian style windows and doors, leaded glazing, tinted glass, brass or chrome style ironmongery, a heavy duty floor and a range of alternative roofing options.
The Malvern Tudor summerhouse is available in a wide range of sizes. This is a classically designed summerhouse that works well in a traditional style garden.
Your choices size wise in this model include 8×8 summerhouses, moving up to the 10×6 summerhouse, 10×8 summerhouse and 10×10 summerhouse. Other options include 12×8 and 12×10, 14×8 and 14×10, and the 16×10 summerhouse.
The Malvern Tudor model features two fixed windows on the front, lockable double doors, toughened glass, tongue and groove timber roof and floor and a high quality timber treatment applied throughout. Further options include Georgian style windows and doors, leaded glazing, tinted glass, additional windows, brass or chrome style ironmongery, heavy duty flooring and a range of roof options.
Offering the same features and options as the Tudor summerhouse, the Martley from Malvern is also classically styled, but whereas the Tudor is more square in shape, the Martley is angled.
If you are looking for a 7×7 summerhouse, an 8×8 summerhouse, a 9×9 summerhouse or a 10×10 summerhouse, the Malvern Martley may be an option for you.
When only a larger sized summerhouse will do, the Malvern Newland Pavilion has to be a contender. Available as a 16×8 summerhouse or a 20×10 summerhouse, as well as a variety of other sizes, this model can be designed as a combination garden room, so you can have your peaceful outdoor haven, and storage too if that’s what you desire.
Standard features include fixed windows either side of the doors, and one top hung opening window in each side, lockable double doors, toughened glass, tongue and groove timber roofing and flooring, and a high quality timber treatment applied throughout. Optional extras include a higher pitched roof, Georgian style windows and doors, leaded glazing, tinted glass, additional windows, an integral open area, brass or chrome style ironmongery, a choice of roofing, heavy duty flooring and internal partition walls if you’d like to create an additional room.
The Malvern Newland Corner summerhouse is an attractive model in a traditional hexagonal shape, designed to fit perfectly into a corner of your garden. Opt for a 7×7 or 8×8 summerhouse, or a 9×9 or 10×10 summerhouse in this model.
Standard features include an opening window in each side, lockable double doors, toughened glass, tongue and groove timber roofing and flooring and high quality timber treatment. There’s also the option to add Georgian style windows and doors, leaded glazing, tinted glass, additional or privacy style windows, brass or chrome style ironmongery, heavy duty flooring and an EDPM rubber roof.
The Malvern Hanbury Hipped summerhouse features an attractive balustrade with spindles around the perimeter. This is an open style summerhouse, ideal if you are looking for a garden building that provides overhead cover, but that is not closed in so you can enjoy all the pleasures of a warm, sunny day.
Options include a choice of front or side entrance or additional entrances; a coloured painted finish; optional fully or half-boarded panels; a decked floor and a range of roofing choices. An array of sizes is available, from an 8×6 model to a 16×10 summerhouse right up to 16×12.
If you are considering investing in a garden summerhouse, you are welcome to get in touch with our friendly, experienced team. We’ll guide you through all the various summerhouse sizes available so that you make the right choice for your needs, your budget and your available outdoor space.
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