Most people immediately imagine garden rooms as summer houses or office spaces, but they have so many more uses. A space in the garden can be whatever you make it. With a little imagination, garden buildings can be transformed into somewhere where you can let your creative side run free! Here’s why you should consider a garden studio.
Imagine an area dedicated solely to your hobby. A dedicated room in your garden could be the perfect place for your easel. You can have storage for your paints and pencils, tables to work from… And nothing needs to be packed away in time for dinner!
One of the biggest incentives for having your art studio in a garden cabin is the huge amount of natural light that large windows and glass bi-fold doors can bring to your work area. This will make working far easier and reduce eye strain.
Perhaps you love bold, bright colours to make the area feel fun and crazy, or maybe you prefer the calms of sea blues and pastel tones to help you to focus and unwind?
No matter what your personal taste is and what you find makes your creative juices flow, you can have your garden studio just the way you want it – and perhaps even have your own artwork on show!
The quiet, the calm, the zen will all allow your brain to just simply switch off and let your artistic nature take hold. The garden will bring you so much joy and the natural surroundings could become a focus for your future pieces.
Whether your artwork is a hobby or a bill-paying job, being able to switch off is important. The advice is always to shut the door behind you, and come back to it tomorrow; it’s a lot easier when you can turn a key and walk away!
Being able to walk out of your house and find a place that allows you to escape is surely a dream come true! To get away from the TV, the children, the dog barking, your emails or whatever else causes you distractions and into a world of peace and calm and solitude.
A garden room will be yours to enjoy for years and years to come. One great thing about garden cabins is that they are built to last and even if your hobby changes, you can adapt your garden art studio over time so that it continues to function for you and brings you pleasure.
Midlife mum from Cardiff. Wine Imbiber. Likes glitter, fluff and olives. Approaching tweendom with Caitlin (11) and Ieuan (10). The husband is hiding in the loft.
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