Get The Look: Yoga Studio


There's nothing like going home after a long day and entering your own zen yoga studio right at the end of your garden. A haven meticulously crafted for the sole purpose of fostering peace, relaxation, and inner harmony. Join us on a journey as we delve into the art of creating your very own yoga sanctuary perfect for finding peace and tranquillity at the end of every day.

The Right Studio

The Thoresby 5mx3m Premium Insulated Garden room
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When it comes to choosing the right garden building for your yoga studio, consider factors such as size, layout, and window placement to create a space that aligns with your vision and enhances your practice. Look for designs that maximise natural illumination, allowing sunlight to flood the space and create a warm, inviting atmosphere. The Thoresby 5m x 3m, premium insulated garden room with its double doors and array of floor to ceiling windows allow for lots of light to be let into your studio. The Helios 8ft x 8ft offers windows on almost every side of your yoga studio surrounded by light come sunrise or sunset. Or even the The 5.3m x 4m Grouse Log Cabin for a sturdy and solid yoga studio while still allowing for plenty of light to be let in.

The Colours

An outside look of the colour palette chosen for our studio
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Once you’ve got your building setup it’s now time to start selecting a colour palette that sets the tone for your yoga sanctuary. Soft, muted, calm hues like sage green, sky blue, and warm beige evoke feelings of peace and serenity, creating a harmonious backdrop for your practice. Consider incorporating natural elements such as wood tones, stone accents or natural greens to add warmth and texture to the space.

Getting the Gear

Aesthetically pleasing kettle bells and dumbbells
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Ensure your yoga studio is equipped with all the essentials you need for a successful practice. Stock up on high-quality yoga mats, blocks, straps, and bolsters to support your poses and enhance your flexibility and alignment. Incorporate fitness equipment like dumbbells and kettlebells for strength training and resistance exercises to complement your yoga practice and achieve a balanced workout routine.

Décor Accents

A peaceful corner full of candles and plants
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Elevate the look of your yoga studio with carefully curated décor accents that reflect your personal style and enhance the tranquil atmosphere. Incorporate elements inspired by nature, such as potted plants, bamboo screens, and driftwood sculptures, to bring the outdoors inside and create a sense of grounding. Display inspirational quotes or affirmations on wall art or chalkboard signs to infuse the space with positive energy and motivation. Add cosy touches like plush floor cushions, woven rugs, and faux fur throws to create a comfortable and inviting setting for meditation and relaxation.

Storage Solutions

Handy display / storage cabinet for even more candles and plants.
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Keep your yoga studio organised and clutter-free with smart storage solutions that maximise space and functionality. Invest in sleek storage units or built-in shelving to stow away yoga mats, blocks, straps, and other props neatly out of sight. Consider incorporating display storage options such as open shelving or wall-mounted hooks to showcase your collection of yoga props and to keep them always handy.

Finishing Touches

Adding to the aura of the yoga studio, more candles.
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Complete the look of your yoga studio with thoughtful finishing touches that tie the space together. Enhance the ambiance with aromatic essential oils or incense to promote relaxation and mindfulness during practice. And there you have it your own zen yoga studio at the end of your garden.

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