9 innovative garden room ideas
Whether you’re looking to maximise your garden’s potential or free up space in your home, a garden room is the ideal solution. Incredibly versatile, garden rooms instantly provide you with a new, stylish space to enjoy.
A garden room acts as a fully functional extension of the home and can be used as an office, studio or children’s playroom. But the wonderful thing about garden rooms is that there’s practically no limit to their potential.
At Pegasus, we’ve created some truly unique garden rooms and we love to see the creative ways our clients put them to use. Read on to discover nine of our favourite innovative garden room ideas.
1. Luxury pet room
Being fully insulated and sheltered from the elements, a garden room would make a stylish and spacious alternative to a traditional doghouse or cat condo. Garden rooms are also ideal for storing your pet’s furniture, bedding and toys, saving space in the home.
You could even use your garden room as a dedicated home for your pet rabbit, offering much more space than a standard hutch. Open the secure bi-fold or sliding doors and your furry friend will have full access to the garden.
2. Garden home cinema
Movie nights are always better at home – but why settle for your living room? Enjoy a secluded space for screening films by using your garden room as a dedicated home cinema. All you’ll need is:
- A projector screen or TV
- Blackout blinds
- Comfortable seating
- A cabinet to store your DVDs or Blu-rays
- A popcorn maker or mini fridge for movie snacks
Garden rooms are detached from the main property, so even loud action scenes won’t disturb anyone else in the house.
3. Private library
If you’re looking for small garden room ideas, a private library would be an excellent use of your outdoor area. Even a small garden room design, such as the Cube from Pegasus, would provide more than enough space for a few floor-to-ceiling bookshelves.
Add a comfy beanbag chair, dimmable lighting and a tea- or coffee-making area for a stylish and snug reading nook.
4. Garden room B&B
Garden rooms work perfectly as self-contained accommodation (provided you seek planning permission). Letting out your garden room as an annexe or Airbnb is a great way to earn some extra income.
Garden rooms can be fitted with plumbing, heating and electrics, as well as full insulation. Divide the space into a bedroom, shower room and kitchenette to create a stylish and functional guest suite.
5. Outdoor kitchen
If you’re looking for unique garden room ideas, how about a dedicated outdoor kitchen? Fit your new garden room with a top-of-the-range oven, hob, sink and work surfaces and you’ll have a ready-made cooking area for al fresco dining. Throw open the bi-fold doors to enjoy home-cooked meals on your patio.
We’re not always lucky with the weather in the UK. But unlike a barbecue, a kitchen garden room is fully sheltered – so you can cook in your garden all year round.
6. Back garden pub
From amateur mixologists and homebrewers to alcohol connoisseurs: who wouldn’t want a private pub in their garden? There’s nothing quite like pouring a beer from your very own taps.
A garden room fitted with a fully functioning bar is the perfect place to entertain guests or enjoy a quiet evening drink. Our Border garden room is ideal for this purpose, with a huge 28m² of floor space. Add a pool table, dartboard or entertainment system to complete your pub garden room.
7. Wellness suite
Pamper yourself with your own garden room wellness suite – a secluded space to unwind and relax. A variety of garden room uses are possible, such as:
- Steam room or sauna
- Yoga studio
- Massage and beauty treatments
- Manicure station
- Hair and makeup salon
8. Garden gaming room
Whether you prefer video games or traditional board games, a garden room would make the perfect private gaming space. Socialise with friends over a game of Monopoly or settle down for an online RPG session in peace.
Garden rooms offer plenty of storage space for your consoles and games. For PC gaming, you could even add a multi-monitor setup and high-tech gaming chair. When it comes to cool garden rooms, it doesn’t get any better than this!
9. Memorabilia room
Some of the most interesting garden rooms are used as memorabilia rooms – a place to store and admire your prized possessions.
Whether you collect sports relics, travel souvenirs, vinyl records or antique dolls, a garden room is ideal for keeping your collectables together (and preventing them from cluttering up the house). Fit your garden room with shelves, bookcases and glass-fronted cabinets to display your collection in all its glory.
Contact Pegasus today to create your ideal garden room
At Pegasus Garden Rooms, our talented designers, joiners and carpenters have over 50 years of combined experience creating beautiful garden rooms. We’ve built garden rooms for almost every purpose imaginable, from beauty salons to art studios.
If you’re looking for garden rooms in the North West of England, head to our website and browse our popular designs. If you have something specific in mind, we’d be happy to build a fully bespoke garden room according to your exact needs.
Fill out our contact form today to receive a free garden room quotation. Alternatively, call us or send a WhatsApp message to 0755 540 7288.