In this guest post, Crusoe Garden Rooms share how their buildings can be tailored to create your ideal cocooning space.
The definition of 'cocooning'.
'To take comfort in the solitude of one's own home - in effect wrapping oneself up, away from crowds or busy other places.' (urban dictionary)
'Cocooning' is all about finding your own little piece of heaven that offers you peace and quiet away from the day-to-day. Whether it be simply watching the wildlife in your garden from the comfort of a garden sitting room like the one pictured below:
Or practising yoga or meditation from your very own multi-functional studio.
Crusoe Garden Rooms can help create that corner of tranquillity that more and more people are searching for, a place filled with light and warmth - warmth from the beautiful Western Red cedar used in the construction of their buildings and the high level of insulation used, combined with the light from the large areas of glass that garden rooms allow. This can be seen through the use of bifold doors or a four pane sliding door set combined with a fully glazed door as in the 5m by 3m bespoke garden room pictured below:
Creating a space for 'cocooning' can help provide the head space needed to create:
Or, simply the space to sit back and feel at ease in the surroundings you already have:
So, whatever you would like your 'cocoon' for, contact Crusoe Garden Rooms so they can help you 'create more space for living'.