Garden Hair Salons & Beauty Studios
A garden room can make good business sense. Many hairdressers and beauty therapists who want the convenience of working from home are buying a garden room for their business. Garden room designers will work with you to create the layout that works for your business. They can also design and fit storage if that's what you need and incorporate wash basins or full shower rooms.
Hair salon garden room
Can you create a professional hair salon at home? This Hargreaves Garden Spaces project proves you can. Complete with two workstations, back basin, kitchenette & toilet, it is a fully functional salon.
Nationwide or local garden room company
When buying a garden room, you have the choice of working with a local company or one that supplies nationwide. Many buyers fear a national company will be more expensive, but this isn’t always the case, and you are reducing your options only searching locally.
Home beauty salon building
6m x 3m home beauty salon building by Miniature Manors. Designed in collaboration with the customer the room has space for a treatment couch, nail bar and pedicure station. There is also a cloakroom with toilet so clients don’t have to visit the house.
Examples of work from home buildings
Examples of work from home buildings by Crusoe Garden Rooms. They show how a garden room can be tailored around the needs of different occupations.
Home treatment room
Sleek home treatment room by Garden Affairs designed around the needs of the therapist. Creating a professional workspace at home.
Garden hair salon
A successful hairdressing couple from Cheshire, approached the Swift Garden Rooms team to create another salon in their garden. They wanted to create a modern space that could house two more cutting stations, in their garden.
Save money on rent by setting up a hair salon in the garden
Garden rooms are a popular option for hairdressers wanting to create a salon at home. This hairdresser swapped a High Street rent of £800 for a salon in her garden. Her new salon will pay for itself in just a couple of years.
Smart beauty studio in the garden
Garden rooms lend themselves to be premises for home based business. All sorts of enterprises are being run from the end of the garden, one of the most common uses being a beauty therapy studio.
Work from a beauty studio in the garden
A garden room can make a professional home workspace for a beauty therapist. This example came in at £13,560 which made it a good business investment.
Hairdresser creates salon in a garden room
Looking to run a business from home? A garden room can make a great HQ for your business as this hairdressers salon proves.
Beauty studio slots into the corner of the garden
Garden rooms are becoming a popular option with beauty therapists who are looking to create a professional workspace at home but create a clear distinction between work and home zones.
Garden room designed for beauty business
Many buyers are realising that a garden room makes the ideal premises for a business. For instance, we are seeing more and more garden rooms being used as beauty studios.
Garden studio one year on
Great to see this garden beauty studio one year on and all kitted out. Its also interesting to see how the cedar cladding has started to change colour
Executive Beauty Studio
More and more business owners are realising the benefits of buying a garden room for use as business premises. A recent Executive Garden Rooms customer has done just this and commissioned a building for use as a beauty studio.
Beauty studio created in garden room
A garden room can great a great premises for a new business. Crusoe Garden Rooms have worked with their customer to create a modern, professional beauty studio.