This innovative garden gym stands 3m tall, ensuring ample headroom for comfortable exercising. Doubling as a home office, it includes a custom desk offering picturesque views of the garden. The design also features discreet storage, accessible through a secret door that is seamlessly integrated into the wall cladding.
Garden Gyms & Saunas
With a guide price of £25,000, this ex-exhibition unit, spanning 6.8m x 3.6m, is perfect for a range of uses from a cosy annexe to a creative workspace. Featuring high-quality SIP construction, thermal efficiency, and modern amenities like a kitchenette and bathroom, it offers luxury at half the usual cost.
This 5m x 4m garden office and exercise space, constructed in North London by Office In My Garden, showcases a bespoke design. Its stepped front elevation has been thoughtfully crafted to encompass an existing tree. Adding to the building’s distinctive charm is the Crittall-style glazing, which infuses the building with character.
At 3.6m x 2.8m, the Crusoe Pad is a garden room that fits comfortably in most gardens without overpowering the space. It’s large enough for a variety of uses, from a home office to an art studio, or even a personal gym.
Cosy Garden Rooms tailors each building to the unique needs of the customer. A prime example is this garden office and gym building that seamlessly integrates a sheltered outdoor seating area.
For those seeking a garden room that perfectly merges contemporary style with rustic detailing, look no further than Rustic Realities.
This bespoke home gym and office building is different to many of the other examples we have shared because it was designed and built to a Building Regulation compliant specification that we commonly see in living annexe projects. Ark Design Build handle the approval process as part of their turnkey service. In this case, this also included obtaining planning approval.
While designed primarily as a home gym and office, the 42sqm L-shaped building—comprising two main rooms, a kitchen, and a shower room—offers versatile future use, including potential sleeping accommodation.
This 3m x 2.5m project by Garden Spaces proves that you don’t need a big garden to build a garden gym. The well-specified building features a mix of glazing to ensure a naturally light space and low-maintenance exterior finishes offering long-term durability and aesthetic appeal.
Executive Garden Rooms’ clients in Poole, Dorset, presented them with a unique brief: to create two garden room buildings situated about 25m apart in a woodland setting. The larger of the two buildings was to be divided into two rooms, each with its own external access. These buildings were to serve as a home office, gym, and a quiet space for reading and relaxing.
This 8.5m x 4.3m garden room in Banstead, Surrey, illustrates perfectly how these versatile buildings can accommodate multiple uses under one roof. Garden Fortress designed and built the space, dividing it into a home office, gym, and sheltered outdoor seating area.
The chosen site at the end of the client’s garden featured a significant fall in ground level. Garden Fortress installed a ground screw base and incorporated steps into the decking, making a feature out of the slope.