5. Relaxation Room
If juggling the demands of socialising, parenting, and working can sometimes drain you, then a relaxation room tucked into a quiet corner of the garden is the perfect way to recharge empty batteries.
In today’s day and age the importance of relaxation is often neglected. But with mental health being such an important aspect of our daily lives, we really need to look after ourselves. Studies showed that we just need 36 minutes of relaxation a day. Yes, 36 minutes, that’s less than an episode of your favourite series, to help with stress, anxiety and even blood pressure.
So, whether you want a reading room equipped with comfy seating, relaxing music and your personalised library. Or a calm space for practicing meditation or yoga, your garden room can be a tailor-made quiet space to which you can escape and block out the outside world.
6. Memorabilia Room
Have you grown up obsessed with a TV show and need a space to show that passion off? Or are your copious amounts of retro football kits needing some love, TLC and recognition?
Then using a garden room as a space to show off your memorabilia is the perfect idea. Create a space where you can indulge in your favourite things, in moderation of course, as well as escape into your own little world. Without having to worry about your prized possessions getting damaged as insulated walls and additional security will keep them well protected.
7. Cinema Room
Lights, camera, action – as we introduce another incredible use for a garden room. Think of the endless movie nights you can enjoy with your own personal converted cinema room. Complete with big screen, surround sound (additional soundproofing is optional) and cinema style seating. Just add your favourite cinema snacks to be transported to infinity and beyond.
Once you’ve had your first taste of watching a blockbuster movie from the comfort of your home cinema it will leave you wanting more. As Schwarzenegger once said, ‘I’ll be back’.
8. Art Studio
Coming in at Number 8, another perfect use for a garden room is as an art studio. Let your creativity run wild in a space where mess won’t ruin your day. The natural light can be optimised by having French doors with views of nature that can help unleash your inner artist.
So whether you’re a musician making music, an artist looking to paint, or a potter throwing clay, why not consider creating a bespoke space just for that. So just like Albert Einstein said, creativity is contagious, pass it on.