Our experts have weighed in and we are now ready to unveil ten of the best ways to utilise your garden room studio. We hope these ideas spark your imagination and showcase the incredible versatility of these bespoke spaces. Whether you are looking to prepare a new garden room or revitalise an existing one, a garden room studio is the perfect canvas.
1. Art Studio
Large windows in these garden rooms provide ample natural light, essential for any artist’s workspace, and the well-designed layout allows for efficient organisation of your art supplies and equipment. The studio’s design focuses on maximising your working area, accommodating various art forms whilst you enjoy the privacy and quiet of your garden.
2. Home Gym
A personalised gym space in your garden adds an air of convenience to your workouts. Start by selecting the right flooring – durable, non-slip surfaces like rubber tiles are ideal for supporting heavy equipment and high-impact activities. Mirrors can also be installed on one wall to monitor your form and enhance the room’s spacious feel.
3. Home Office
A separate space away from the main house minimises distractions, allowing for greater concentration and productivity. Ergonomically designed furniture is key – choose a comfortable, adjustable chair and a desk at the right height to ensure a healthy posture during long work hours. Ample storage solutions, like built-in shelves or cabinets, can help to keep your workspace organised and clutter-free, contributing to a more efficient working environment.
4. Photography Studio
This is an ideal solution for freelance photographers and hobbyists alike. The privacy and controlled environment of these garden rooms are perfect for photo shoots, without the high costs of local studio rentals. Utilise the ample natural light from large uPVC windows, complemented by adjustable studio lighting for a range of photographic needs.
Designate an area for backdrops, allowing for easy switching between different scenes and settings, and use internal walls to set up an editing suite, complete with monitors and editing equipment.
5. Games Room
Why not convert your studio into a dynamic games room, a perfect retreat for both family and friends? This space can easily accommodate a variety of entertainment options, for example, you could install a pool table as a central feature and, around it, arrange shelves or cabinets for an extensive collection of board games, catering to all ages and interests.
For video game enthusiasts, you could even set up a dedicated area with a large TV and comfortable seating, ensuring a thrilling gaming experience.
6. Reading Room
The relaxed and natural setting of your garden provides a perfect backdrop for immersing yourself in a good book. Large bookshelves can be installed to house a vast collection, from novels to reference books, making it a personal library right in your outdoor space. Comfortable seating is also a must – think plush armchairs or a cosy sofa, coupled with soft lighting and perhaps a small coffee table for your favourite drink.
A reading room in your garden offers a quiet escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, providing a peaceful getaway for book lovers and a comfortable spot for anyone to unwind as a secondary living space.
7. Children’s Playroom
Vibrant colours and playful designs can stimulate a child’s imagination and creativity, turning the room into an exciting space for play and learning. This separate play area offers kids their own special place to explore and play, while also keeping the main house more peaceful and tidy. Ample storage for toys, books, and art supplies helps keep the room organised and clutter-free.
Safety is essential in a playroom too, which is why a garden room studio from our catalogue is the perfect option. Each model is designed to your specifications and crafted with quality materials and the utmost care.
8. Home Cinema
For the ultimate viewing experience, place a large screen or projector on the main wall, ensuring it is visible from all angles, then opt for plush sofas or even tiered cinema-style seats for a more authentic feel. Ambient lighting plays a crucial role in enhancing the cinema experience too, and our garden room studios come with dimmable LED lights for minimal disturbance during screenings.
Sound insulation is also key to a truly immersive experience, and our garden rooms come properly insulated thanks to their layered construction and multi-glazed windows. This natural soundproofing is perfect for maintaining outdoor quiet during night-time viewings, but you can always install soft wall hangings or carpeting if you really want to up the volume.
9. Guest Bedroom
Select a bed that not only complements the size of the room but also provides complete comfort for your guests. Opt for high-quality bedding, including plush pillows and soft, warm duvets to ensure a restful night’s sleep, and add bedside tables for convenience, along with ambient lighting, like table lamps, to create a relaxing atmosphere.
Consider adding privacy-enhancing features like curtains or blinds, especially if the room has large windows. Some of our glass door options come with internal blinds between the panes to help with this.
10. Garden Bar
The layout of your garden bar should facilitate easy movement and interaction, with the bar area as a focal point for guests to gather – stocked with your favourite drinks and glassware. Include a mini fridge or wine cooler to keep beverages chilled and some comfortable seating for friends to enjoy. Bar stools can work well, or even lounge chairs for a more laid-back vibe.
To finish off the space, make sure to add a sound system, ready for late-night sing-alongs and enjoying your favourite playlist.
Your Garden Room Studio, Your Way
A garden room studio from our range can enhance your lifestyle and provide bespoke solutions for your passions and needs. If you would like to explore these ideas further, or implement your own, you can browse our range or get in touch with us today. You deserve a space for you.