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Home Lifestyle Is your garden room ready for SS23?

Is your garden room ready for SS23?

by uma


Karen Bell, Sales Director, David Salisbury

With the passing of the Spring Equinox, on 20th March this year, the days are now gradually becoming increasingly longer than the nights.

For many of us, despite the weather’s best intentions, it is time to start looking forward to and planning for the summer months. With the Easter holiday period not far off, this time of year is a great time to start preparing your indoor and outdoor and living spaces for the warmer months ahead.

A garden room provides the perfect link between house and garden, providing year round enjoyment whatever the temperature. There’s nothing better than a summer evening relaxing in a garden room, and with minimal effort required, here are our top tips to help you make the most of your garden room this summer.

Time to declutter

Start by decluttering your garden room and removing any items that are no longer needed or wanted.

Taking away any clutter from your garden room will instantly create a more open and inviting space. 

This can include removing winter decorations, sweeping the floor, and decluttering any surfaces.

Clean and organise

Internally, give your garden room a thorough cleaning to remove any dust and dirt that may have accumulated over the winter months. 

This includes wiping down surfaces, vacuuming or sweeping the floor, and organising any storage areas.

Externally, timber joinery can simply be washed down with a mild detergent solution. All gutters and downpipes should be kept clear of leaves and other debris and cleaned out at least once a year.

Go big on greenery

Adding some potted plants or fresh flowers can help bring life and colour to your garden room. 

Choose plants that thrive in warmer weather and add them to shelves, windowsills, or tables.

Be bold and adventurous – the bigger, the better when it comes to indoor plants. The more greenery you introduce in your space, the greater the natural and relaxing atmosphere you create.

Comfort and colour

Make your garden room a comfortable place to relax by adding some cosy seating options such as a comfortable chair or a sofa. 

Choose colours that complement the natural surroundings and create a welcoming and inviting space.  Introduce some accent colours by throwing in some cushions or throws to make the space even more eye-catching. 

Bring in natural light

Make the most of the longer days by ensuring your windows and roof lanterns are clean to allow as much light as possible to flood into your garden room.  

Clean all glass as and when required, with warm water containing a mild detergent. No abrasive cleaners or solvents should be used, however. 

This will make the space feel brighter and more inviting.

Add Summer Accessories

Add some summer-themed accessories such as lanterns, candles, or outdoor cushions to bring a touch of summer to your garden room. This can also help create a warm and welcoming atmosphere for guests.

Overall, preparing your garden room for the warmer months is all about creating a comfortable and inviting space where you can relax and enjoy both your indoor and outdoor living spaces.