Garden rooms from SunSpaces are incredibly versatile structures, capable of housing a true myriad of unique and beautifully decorative interiors.
That being said, as the saying goes, beauty is in the eye of the beholder and, when it comes to garden room interiors, that saying certainly rings true.
Depending on your personal preferences, your choice of garden room design could differ dramatically from the one down the street, even if you both ordered the very same model.
That in itself is the beauty of the garden rooms we offer here at SunSpaces: freedom of design choice and customisation is entirely in your hands.
Garden Room Interior Design
Creating a garden room that’s tailor-made to fit your needs and personality is one of the biggest advantages of purchasing outdoor living products from SunSpaces – the sheer scope for personalisation is virtually endless.
That being said, with so many avenues to go down in terms of garden room interior design, settling on a single route that’s right for you can be a tough decision to make. To help get you started, here are a few creative garden room interior ideas to get your mental blueprint mapped out.
Home Away from Home
There’s no reason a garden room can’t become an external living room, especially if you have a free-standing garden room.
Offering a unique view from the inside out, creating a welcoming lounge ambience in your garden room can be a wonderful way to make the most of your new addition.
Incorporate your favourite living furnishings like a comfy sofa, armchairs and lamp lighting to truly bring the indoor comfort to your outdoor space.
Whether you’re looking to create a lightly-coloured summer room to soak up the sun or a warm and cosy winter cabin to curl up in when the temperature drops, a simple change in colour can make all the difference.
For summery escape, floral colours and coastal shades with wicker furniture can do just the trick, while wintry reds and autumnal browns can be the perfect complement to an inviting homely hideaway.
If you are looking to create an environment to nurture your artistic side, a garden room studio could well be the way to go.
Naturally, the specific equipment within your studio will depend largely on the artistic direction you are looking to take: be it painting, sculpting or even musical recording.
Similarly, constructing an environment that helps stimulate your creative side will very much depend on your personality. Some may prefer to shut off the outside to focus on the task at hand, while others may find the sight of nature outside to be a creative stimulant.
That being said, certain things will be universal. Comfortable seating is a must for creativity – the last thing you need to distract from the task at hand is discomfort – while visual stimulation can also enhance ideas generation.
Accessorising your room with decorative objects and awesome artwork either of or related to things that inspire you can really enhance the creative ambience and solidify the environment as a hub for originality.
Let’s Get Physical
Another popular interior design idea for a garden room is to transform the area into a workout room. After all, there’s no excuse for missing a session if the venue is quite literally a stone’s throw away.
Whether you’re looking to create a home gym or yoga studio, common themes for rooms that house such activities commonly include two typical designs: woods and whites.
Public gyms and hotel fitness suites are commonly decked out in brilliant white from wall to wall, creating a clean, sterile atmosphere. This minimalist décor is typically combined with glossy, wood flooring for fashionable functionality.
Accessorise with the relevant equipment, necessary mats and strategically placed mirrors where needed for a complete fitness studio ambience.
Another popular interior design choice for garden room owners is to turn your outdoor addition into a private office space.
Keep distractions to a minimum with a reserved approach to your interior design. Utilise light, neutral colours that are non-invasive and easy on the eyes to help maintain focus.
In addition to keeping your attention on the task at hand, the minimalist approach will also help you avoid cluttering up your workspace with unnecessary items and junk.
Maintain functionality by including all the necessary equipment for the job – be it a computer, a printer or a landline – and be sure to invest in a good quality desk and chair.
Comfortable working conditions can go a long way in enhancing output and improving productivity, so don’t be afraid to invest in yourself when it comes to office furniture.
Create Your Garden Room with SunSpaces
Any of the above interior ideas can be created in any one of our garden rooms, once again showcasing the true versatility of the garden room as a customisable property feature.
Once you settle on the specific type of interior you want to create, there’s an equally wide-ranging number of paths you can then take when it comes to specific décor: do you go light an airy with modern whites and creams or dark and homely with natural, woody browns?
The combinations and possibilities are truly only limited to your own imagination. Hopefully, we’ve helped you peel back the surface of that with this sneak peek into what could be. Now all that’s left to do is turn that possibility into a reality!
To make your outdoor living dreams come true or for more information on garden room interiors, why not get in touch today? Drop us a line now on 01727 845 788 or send us an email using the link below.