Winter is approaching, which means your garden may feel a little redundant as the cold, dark nights draw in. So why not make the most of the space, and add some value to your property at the same time, by installing a garden building. There are many ideas that can be explored, other than the trusty shed.
Keep Fit without Having to Queue for the Cross-trainer
According to a recent article gym memberships are a waste of money. We all have great intentions, especially post-Christmas-splurge. We sign up to the latest gym which hosts Zumba classes and houses an array of the finest toning machinery. We are provided with promises of svelte figures and the buzz of endorphins…if only we would attend.
There are many reasons why people lose the motivation to go to the gym. When it is raining on a Monday night after a long day at work, the thought of making a detour for an hour on the running-machine is less than appealing. To solve this problem think about having your own personal gym in a purpose built space in your garden. This means that you have little to no excuse to attend when it is just a few footsteps away. Although the initial outlay may seem costly, you can build up your stock of machinery over time, instead of paying an extortionate fee to a club every month. You can blast out Abba or whatever else gets your aerobic-pulse racing, without disturbing your loved one’s favourite soap opera.
Work from Home in Beautiful Surroundings
If you are starting a new business and you are struggling to find an office, how about having it in your garden? When a new business is born, it is often a precarious time, and people look to save costs. You may think that investing in a garden building is a large outlay, but actually this space could easily be used for other purposes once the business is thriving and you have outgrown the space. A home office means you save on rent every month, and travel costs and you only have to take a few steps for a homemade lunch at midday. The time you save on commuting can be spent with your family. Having your office in a separate building, rather than in a room in your house means that you have that distance to prevent any distractions. Look to a company such as Tunstall Garden Buildings for a bespoke service to see your idea come to fruition.
Enjoy Your Garden All Year Round
A sunroom is the perfect place to lap up the delights of your beautiful garden, and see the world from a new perspective. This space could be transformed into a number of useful options throughout the year. In winter you could host a gorgeous New Year’s Eve dinner party, which adds a magical edge to your event.
If you have been dying to tap into your inner Monet and absorb all the rich colours and textures of your garden, then a sunroom could be an ideal garden building for you.