Garden Rooms are a new thing: a little house with only a room, in our garden. Seems interesting, doesn’t it? And the best part is that it can be a special bedroom, a fancy living living room, a functional home office – during this rought time, fortunately, the majority of people are working from home, so this could be a great idea – or even you can transform it into a garden gym room! Are you ready for this DIY home project? Roll your slevees and let’s get ouselves into work!
Nowadays, the is no excuse! Do you remeber that old DIY project you have in your buckelist since… ever? Now is the right time to do it. We always have a person with its special tool box, ready to create some good architecture frames. After the little house is done, it’s time do decorate it, but first, you need to think what do you want to transform it in: a living room? A special bedroom for a (near) getaway? A home office to work during quarantine? Or a special place to workout?
After you figure out, it’s time to add the most suitable lighting, furnishing and everything you need! Contemporary design is probably the best choice for this type of project. This style is actually a mix of different aesthetics, and nowadays it can be characterized by mid-century modern décor with a touch of European classic influences. This means: clean lines, curved shapes, a neutral color palette, and taking the best advantage of natural light, that is why it’s common to see windowed wall in these type of projects.
Enough of being outside! let’s step inside this dreamy garden room that was transform into a rural living room: mid-century furnishing, a neutral color palette, a rug with geometric patterns and, of course, a mix of different textures and layers!
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This idea has health, environmental, and economic benefits, and although its name was coined in recent history, indicators of biophilia design have been seen in architecture from as far back as the Hanging Gardens of Babylon.
The appearance of the natural world, with its rich diversity of shapes, colors, and life, is universally appreciated and brings you several benefits, such as:
– Reduces stress levels
– Increases productivity
– Reduces sick days
– Makes workplaces more attractive
– Reduces pollution and cleans the air by reducing noise levels
– Boosts creativity levels
Due to all the benefits mentioned above, from a home perspective, people are now more likely to spend more on houses that have views of nature, excellent landscaping, properties that look at water or are waterfront.
Biophilic design, however, must be implemented correctly to optimize health benefits and potential monetary savings. Here you have the good practices to achieve a nice and beneficial ambiance:
Natural Environment – Features of the natural world that are incorporated into an office setting. Basic things like earthy colors, sunlight, plants, images of animals and nature.
Natural Shapes – Lines, shapes, and forms that occur in nature (arches and vaults, recreating rock shelves, water paths).
But what if we don’t have enough space in the garden?
Do it inside the house! We bet there is an extra corner that you can do sometthing unique!
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