We would all like to enjoy our gardens all year round. Unfortunately, the erratic British weather means that we rarely can. A conservatory has long been the choice for people who want to enjoy their gardens without braving the weather. They bring light and warmth into the home and create valuable extra space. But conservatories come with their own problems. Without artificial heating or cooling, conservatories can often be far too hot or too cold to be useable. So, what can be used as an alternative to the conservatory?
It’s possible to enjoy the beauty of a garden without building an impractical conservatory. Garden rooms provide a practical and useable alternative to conservatories. A garden room can be built anywhere in the garden; it doesn’t have to be attached to the home. This means that it can be built in a space that is more picturesque or gets more sunlight. It also provides a quiet place to relax away from the hustle and bustle of the home.
Unlike conservatories, garden buildings can be fully insulated and heated. They will be comfortably warm in both winter and summer, meaning that they are fully useable all year round. Garden rooms can also be used for much more than just relaxing. They make great offices, home gyms, art or music studios, or children’s play rooms. Garden room owners can partake in their work or hobbies, all while enjoying the beauty of their garden space. All in all, they make great alternatives to conservatories.