Garden rooms are an excellent thing to own if gardening is a hobby or a passion. Garden rooms are generally used for adding a little extra space to your home, and creating an oasis where you can relax, or enjoy some alone time when you need it most. It’s also a great way to be out in the fresh air during the warm season, but also have access to indoor utilities.
But what happens to garden rooms once the warm weather is over? See, many wrongly assume that a garden room is useful only during summer, but that’s not the case. In this article, we’ll share with you some unique ideas of how to maintain the utility of your garden room year-round.
1. Spooky Outhouse
With Halloween just around the corner, you’re probably considering this year’s festivities. And with many people in lockdown due to the current pandemic, it’s a good idea to organize those festivities at home this year.
A garden room can help you with that, in the sense that you can convert this extra space in your very own spooky Halloween party room. You can decorate it ahead of time, and retreat here for a little pumpkin season fun, without modifying your home too much. It also provides a great place to throw an impromptu Halloween party for you and your close friends, in an unique setting.
2. Secret Holiday Retreat
It’s no secret that winter is chock-full of holidays, what with Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, and Christmas only being the most popular ones. And as is natural for these occasions, the house can get pretty messy and chaotic, making you long for a peaceful place to retreat to for a couple of hours. This can be especially useful if you’ve got family staying over for the holidays, and the house has gotten kinda crowded. It can also provide extra space to house relatives!
But at the very least, it can give you a great chance to get away when the house is at its busiest.
3. Place to hide gifts
As we mentioned, Christmas is just around the corner as well, and with it come to the inevitable Christmas gifts. If each year, you’re plagued by little ones crawling all over the house in search of presents, maybe a garden room is exactly what you need. You can store your presents here, without raising suspicion. It’s also a more private space to hide presents for your significant other, one that’s easier to monitor and keep locked.
4. Make it your Christmas room.
And hey, if you’re looking to switch things up a little this year, why not put up the tree here, as well? By converting your garden room into a designated Christmas space, you’re giving the holiday that much-needed something extra to make this year’s Christmas all the more special.
Haven’t got your garden room yet? Not to worry! At Fern Garden Rooms, we specialise in designing any and every garden room you might want, so give us a call!