Some gardens have very limited use because they’re exposed to the elements all year round. Adding a glass garden room to your outdoor space can give you a lot of extra usable space.

Should you add a dining table and chairs and make it a space to eat? Or should you pop a hot tub in there and turn it into a garden steam room? There are so many different ways to use your new glass garden room, we’ve outlined some of our favourites here.

Glass garden room

Relaxing Reading Room

Looking for somewhere to kick back, relax and enjoy a good book? A glass garden room could be the perfect space. Simply add a comfy chair or sofa and a bookshelf with all your favourite novels.

During the summer months, you’ll be able to relax and enjoy the sunshine without getting burnt and in winter you’ll be able to read your book and enjoy the garden view without getting wet or feeling cold. It really is the perfect space to get lost in a book whatever the weather.

Perfect Family Space

If you’ve got little ones running around, a glass garden room will also be perfect for them to explore. Parents sometimes struggle to get their children engaged in outdoor activities, particularly during winter. A glass garden room can be a great remedy for that!

Sunrooms provide a safe space for children to play in the sandpit, help mum and dad grow plants and generally enjoy playing without going outside in the cold. Meanwhile, they’re still getting plenty of sunlight and fresh air! So, why not turn your garden room into a children’s play room?

Home Office

Many people are working from home in the wake of coronavirus, but few people have a dedicated office space set up to work from. While DIY desks and office spaces may have worked for the first week or so, lots of people are looking for a more permanent home office solution.

That’s where a glass garden room could come in handy. Many people find that having a single, dedicated office room helps them achieve a better ‘work-life balance’, even in unusual circumstances. Garden rooms offer lots of light and air, making it easier work productively.

Dining & Entertaining

Are you someone who enjoys throwing dinner parties? Perhaps you could use your garden room as a new space to entertain guests. Glass rooms are ideal for late night dinner parties because your guests will be able to enjoy a lovely evening in your garden without worrying about cold temperatures or wet weather. Who knows, if the sky is clear enough, you might be able to do a spot of star gazing!

Hot Tub Room

Living in a cold climate can make spending time in the garden unappealing. However, if you have outdoor hot tub you might be more inclined to head out for a relaxing evening with a glass of wine in hand. You’ll be pleased to hear that glass sun rooms with frosted walls can be used to shelter your hot tub from the harsh conditions while also offering privacy so you can get in and out comfortably.

Hopefully, these glass room ideas will help you decide what to do with your sunroom. Whatever you do, we’re sure it’ll improve your outdoor space dramatically.

Published in: Ideas | Author: Lauren


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