Not only a useful addition to any garden, considering the number of uses a summer house can entail, contemporary summer houses could also help give your garden that modern edge.
Traditional Summer Houses
For many, the classic, traditional look of a summer house is what appeals to them rather than contemporary. Featuring Georgian windows and the common apex roof shape, traditional summer houses are naturally suited to those not wanting to let go of the past.
This is where corner summer houses are at their most useful. Specially designed to fit into a corner you can make the most of all of your available garden space. Most often, corner summer houses will feature two opening side windows as well as double doors which work together to provide you with a panoramic view of your garden, all year round.
Small Summer Houses
Ideal for those with limited space in their garden, a small summer house can measure as small as 6’ x 4’. Small summer houses could be perfect to use as a small quiet place to relax or even as somewhere to store your outdoor furniture over the colder months. Not only are small summer houses convenience, but they can also be a budget-friendly option.
Summer House Sheds
Summer house sheds could either be the perfect place to escape and relax or a convenient place to store your outdoor garden tools. Or even both at the same time. Some summer house sheds have a combined side store, ideal for couples, small families or new homeowners.
As many of us struggle to work from home because of the distractions such as television, pets, family or even just the thought of staying in bed, a home office is ideal. A summer house hidden away at the bottom of your garden could be used as an idyllic location to reply to the ever-growing number of emails as well as to carry out your daily admin tasks. Include a sturdy desk with a comfy desk chair and working from home may never have been easier!
Maybe you want a place to relax and call your own. Decking the summer house out with a comfy recliner chair and a bookshelf full of your favourite books could quickly help you to escape to a world of your own.
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There’s nothing worse than purchasing your summer house but not looking after it. Summer house maintenance is essential in ensuring you can enjoy your summer house for many years to come. Here are some simple summer house maintenance tips to make this easier for you.
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