Maximise Your Living Space with a Garden Pod

18< August


From remote working to gym sessions in the living room, we’re all spending more time at home lately. And since the whole family is staying in, our homes might feel a little bit too cosy.

If that’s the case for you, you might have thought about building an extension – or even moving home.

But while lockdown is certainly dragging on, it won’t last forever. Extending your home or moving house might be a step too far for what’s (hopefully) a temporary problem.

A garden pod means you can easily maximize your living space – without all the hassle of building work or planning permission. And with our range of gorgeous pods, you can make the most out of your garden for years beyond lockdown.

Benefits of a Garden Pod

Maybe I’m a little biased, but a good garden pod will change your life. With heating options and cosy seating, they can be a lovely space to relax all year round.

If you’re considering a garden pod, these benefits might just tempt you:

No planning permission

Outdoor buildings like a big summer house or a conservatory often need planning permission. If that’s something you’d rather avoid, you can install a garden pod without the time-consuming approval process.

Ready to install and use

Unlike building an extension, a garden pod won’t take months to set up – you can hop in straight away. And you won’t need to roll up your sleeves for a tricky installation, either. Anyway, what’s a weekend without a little home DIY.

Cost effective

If you’re looking to expand your living space, a garden pod can be an affordable way of adding more space to your home. No matter how you’re planning to use a garden pod, it’s much more cost effective than building a conservatory or extending your home.

Ways to use a Garden Pod

Whether you’re tired of working on the kitchen table or you just want a nice space to unwind, a garden pod can be a flexible addition to your home. Here’s how you could make the most out of a garden pod:

Space to work

A garden pod makes for an excellent home office. As it’s tucked in the garden, it’s nicely secluded away from the chaos of any little helpers or four-legged friends – so you’ll have no more untimely interruptions over Zoom!

Take a look at the Oval Office Dining Pod for a home office solution. Complete with a roomy desk and double-glazed lockable doors, it’s a comfortable and secure spot to tackle your 9-5 duties. And as soon as 5pm strikes, you can simply remove the desk and lounge on the sofas for a well-deserved glass of vino!

It’s peaceful, spacious, and comfortable. What more could you want from an office?

Space to relax

Tired of being cooped up inside your four walls? While we’re all staying at home, the idea of another night on the sofa might not sound as appealing as it once did.

A garden pod is the perfect space to relax in a secluded and peaceful spot. With cosy seating and ambient lighting, the Deluxe Summerhouse Garden Pod is ideal for winding down after a long day at work. And since it’s in your garden, it’s a refreshing space to take some time out from your usual routine – even if it’s just metres from your house!

Space to entertain

With the vaccine rollout in full swing, there’s a bit of light at the end of the tunnel. With any luck, we can hang out with our nearest and dearest again in the not-so-distant future.

And when that time comes, a garden pod is the ideal space to catch up with your loved ones. It’s complete with lighting and electrics – so it won’t matter if you talk all the way into the night.

And with enough space to social distance and a vent to allow air inside, it’s also ideal for lockdown too.

Space to enjoy your garden

Whether you’ve got green fingers or not, a garden pod offers you a 360 view of your gardening achievements.

With the Luxury Rotating Seater Garden Pod, you can enjoy your surroundings ‘panoramic style’. And with the ability to rotate, you can position this pod any way you see fit. Whether you’d rather avoid the sun’s glare or get out of the wind, this garden pod gives you the option to relax – whatever the weather.

(This article is from Nathalie on