Getting a summerhouse is a big deal.
Think about it. You have a whole new room in your house to escape, relax and get away from stress in the heart of nature.
Of course, in order for it to be a calming haven for escape, it needs to be decorated perfectly.
The design of your summerhouse could well be the difference between your dream cabin and just another room to clean.
If you’re stuck for ideas, we’ve compiled a handy-dandy list of design options for you to choose from.
Life's a Beach
What’s stopping you from bringing the seaside right into your home?
That’s right – nothing.
Why not transform your summer house into your own beach house, complete with bright colours and a sea theme?
This is the perfect way to escape reality and pretend you’re on holiday.
Colour Block It Out
If you’re looking to create a happy or creatively stimulating space, colour is the best way to go.
There’s nothing more fun than colour blocking. You can choose whatever colour palette you think best, whether that’s pastels, bright primary colours or even more neutral tones.
Make it Magical
There’s no better way to escape than to escape into fiction.
Here at Outside Interests, we don’t believe in holding back. If you want to transform your summerhouse into a full-blown enchanted fairy cabin, go for it.
How better to relax after a long hard day than in the middle of a magical forest, surrounded by various enchanted creatures? Of course, you won’t actually be there, but you can pretend.
We recommend an abundance of fairy lights and greenery for the best effect.
You’re outside, after all. You may as well give your summerhouse a natural feel.
Why not pair the decor with your garden by draping hanging plants down the side and adding plenty of plants to the interior?
This is an amazing way to connect with nature whilst staying nice and warm, protected from the elements.
Let out your inner Matilda and make your summerhouse a little garden library.
Your summerhouse is the perfect place to read, equipped with the calming sound of twittering birds, ambient rainfall and minimal distractions.
You may as well keep it well-stocked with a collection of your favourite books and perhaps throw in a cosy bean bag or sofa.
If you do opt for this choice, we would recommend making sure your books aren’t placed in direct sunlight to avoid any sun damage.
Summerhouses With Style
Still not found that perfect idea you were looking for?
Luckily for you, there’s a whole team of summerhouse experts just a phone call away.
If you have any questions about summerhouses, conservatories, orangeries or timber sheds, get in touch with our friendly team. They will be more than happy to offer advice and recommendations.