Outdoor living room options from Waltons include smaller hideaways beginning at 3m wide, right up to generously proportioned 6m wide garden rooms. ...
Outdoor living room options from Waltons include smaller hideaways beginning at 3m wide, right up to generously proportioned 6m wide garden rooms. If you’re looking for that extra bit of accommodation space for sitting and enjoying a cool drink on a summer's evening, curling up with a favourite book, outdoor dining, or spending quality time with friends and family, you can find the perfect garden room here.
Constructed with longevity in mind, these garden rooms feature sturdy 72mm double-skinned walls insulated with EcoQuilt technology for warmth and durability. We also use Air Tech insulation in the floors, and every building comes with double-glazed windows as standard. With a 10-year anti-rot guarantee, FSC-certified timber, and UK manufacturing, you can be certain you're investing in a top-quality product.
Compared to the high cost of a home extension, an outdoor living room offers a budget-friendly solution which, because it’s designed with 'permitted development' rules in mind, allows you to expand your indoor space without applying for separate planning permission. As long as you verify with planners that your chosen building size and location are suitable for your property, installation is sure to be smooth and straightforward. For further details, explore our free planning permission for garden buildings article.
While we do offer self-build options, most of our range of insulated outdoor rooms comes with free home installation as part of the standard package. The process is hassle-free: construct the foundation with a concrete or paving slab base, and we’ll send a team out to handle the installation of your new room. For more guidance, refer to our ‘how to build a shed base’ to discover how to construct a suitable base for your building.
Investing in an outdoor living room enhances your property's value while offering you a beautifully crafted inside space in which to enjoy your leisure time. We take pride in providing you with bright, light-filled accommodation that makes a striking statement in your garden.
Why get a garden living room?
Architecturally striking, highly versatile and suitable for all-year-round use, buying an insulated garden room is much less hassle than a costly, messy and time-consuming house extension. It’s somewhere to relax, enjoy natural light, get offline and socialise with friends and family.
As your very own versatile interior space, add soft furnishings, a lick of paint and your favourite pieces of art to make your outdoor living room a relaxing place to be. Be the host with the most by organising evening soirees to show off your new room, or host a Friday night knees-up with your nearest and dearest without having to worry about keeping the volume down.
For most normal back gardens, our range of insulated garden rooms is designed to comply with planning permission, saving you time and money on a tricky application. Simply choose the size and model you prefer and pick a delivery date. Our professional installation team will have it up and running in a matter of days, ready for you to decorate. Delivery and installation is included in the purchase price.
Use your new garden room as a unique focal feature to add style and drama to your outside space. Whether you choose colourful exterior paint, a couple of window boxes or clever landscaping, it’s easy to make your outdoor living room stand out.
Does a garden living room add value to your house?
A well-designed insulated garden room definitely adds value to your house. Compact garden rooms lend a contemporary feel to even the smallest of gardens, while larger models provide a family with all the extra floor space they need.
Many buyers actively seek dedicated outdoor rooms or home offices in their house searches. For the best results, go for the biggest garden room your budget and space allows. To add the most value, make the extra space as adaptable as possible so it can easily transform into an office, teen den, hobby space or home gym.
Do you need planning permission for a garden living room?
You normally won’t need to apply for planning permission for a garden living room. It depends on the size of your proposed building, and we try to keep all of our designs inside the limit. As long as you’re not intending to create a permanent bedroom, you should be fine.
If you have a small garden, live in a listed building, or just want to be sure, head to your council website to double check the rules and give our guide to planning permission for sheds a read.
Is an insulated garden room better than a conservatory?
If you want a space to enjoy all year round, come rain or shine, an insulated garden room is for you. The double-glazed windows, EcoQuilt lined panels and Air Tec flooring insulation keep the space cool in summer and cosy during the cooler winter months.
Our wood-framed garden rooms are made from FSC certified timber, a much more sustainable material than UPVC conservatories or traditional block-built structures.
Stylish and contemporary, an insulated garden room transforms your garden, turning it into a beautiful space to enjoy regardless of what the sun is doing.
How do you connect electricity to a garden room?
Think carefully before deciding where to position your new garden living room and seek an accredited electrician to connect it safely to the mains. It’s a job that must be done properly by a professional. Luckily, we’ve got everything you need to know about how to get mains power to your garden room over at Waltons blog. You’ll also need to seek building regulations approval for mains electricity installations in a garden room.
You can start thinking about where you want your sockets and light fittings to be before your garden room arrives. It always pays to have an idea of where you want things!
Can I sleep in my garden living room?
An afternoon nap isn’t going to be a problem for anyone. But if you’d like to set up a permanent sleeping space in your insulated garden room, you’ll need to get planning permission and comply with building regulations. For more information, check out our free planning permission for garden rooms guide.
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