Creating garden studios in your own back garden is a cheap, easy and often environmentally sound way to get more indoor space whilst at the same time improving the look of your garden. Such buildings can be extremely attractive centrepieces to any garden, no matter what size or shape it is and, as such, offer the perfect addition to any home.
But how do you know if you will really benefit from this extra space?
Ultimately, almost anyone will have something they can do with garden buildings and whether they spend time simply relaxing in the summer right beside nature or whether the building is used all year round as an office to save on everything from commuting costs to energy bills, garden studios can come in handy for a whole range of uses and can even be altered to best optimise the space during different times of the year.
For families who miss the peace and quiet of pre-kiddie days, garden buildings can be a games room, offering a warm and dry place to have fun in the winter or the perfect place to shelter from the sun in the summer. They also offer parents the chance to keep an eye on their kids without ending up being disturbed at all turns.
Of course, they can also be used as granny flats, for lodgers or even simply as an extra room for your children when they grow up and want their own independence and space.
Ultimately, such eco buildings are the perfect extension – cheaper, more attractive, less disruptive and easier to fabricate than a normal extension, they also offer the chance to have a room apart from the main house where people can make as much noise or mess as they want without disturbing anyone else, or offering a place of retreat to those who might need it.