Turning small gardens into useable office, storage and gardening space

Guest Post by eDen Garden Rooms

Many people think that to fit a garden office into their garden they need a large garden with plenty of space, however this is a myth.  A garden office from eDEN can be squeezed into under used space in the garden.

A good idea is too look at the space other garden storage is currently taking up, for example, the shed.  It is worth thinking about whether the shed and the garden room/office can be combined.

This solution can offer a tidy & neat look and is also very practical with one side of the garden room used as a functioning , all year round  office, playroom, studio and the other section used to store garden paraphernalia.  The garden store/shed can be seamlessly designed into the overall design so it becomes a feature, rather than an eyesore.

And the ultimate space saver – growing plants vertically.  With the unique green wall which eDEN Garden Rooms feature, the garden room can be an area to develop a kitchen garden or a pretty display of seasonal flowers.

So in one space you can have three uses, a shed, a garden room and a planting area.  Now that’s value for money!

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