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Luxe Garden Rooms – Take Your Garden Room to Next Level Luxury

Luxe garden rooms are the next home must-have. In the past, conservatories were the hottest home accessories. Once the shine of a conservatory had worn off, hot tubs were the next big thing. 

As trends have moved on (and WiFi has gained a further reach) garden rooms have become increasingly popular. More specifically: luxe garden rooms.

Perhaps it’s the rise of influencer culture in our Instagram feeds, or the desire for our own little corner of luxury in our homes. Whatever has caused this rise in popularity, it doesn’t seem to be going anywhere any time soon. So open Pintesrest, kick off your furry sliders and get planning the luxurious garden room of your dreams.

Luxe Garden Rooms – The Top 3 Styles

The thing about luxe garden rooms is that there is no “one size fits all” approach. There are several styles of luxe room that are taking the spotlight. Of course, there are no right or wrong ways to style your luxe garden room, you just need to go for what you love. 

Luxe Garden Look 1: The Lavish Log Cabin

A modern log cabin can bring you the luxury your life has been lacking. Model the interior on the look of a high-end ski cabin and create the perfect hideaway.

To get an authentic look, go for leather-look furniture, longline floor-to-ceiling curtains and fur style rugs. The colour palette should feature browns and blacks for the seating and other cool tones when it comes to the textiles and other accessories. If you’re considering other designs for the cushions, fair isle print fits in with the cosy theme.

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Garden Room Look 2: Instagram Fabulous

This style is what luxe garden rooms were made for. Take advantage of your bespoke garden structure by opting for a design with lots of windows to let in plenty of light. The key here is to make everything look light and airy to complement the luxe accessories you’ll need to complete the look.

Take a leaf out of your favourite Instagrammers book and go for plush textiles. Different textures are encouraged, so long as the furniture is soft and sumptuous. A velour sofa is the fabric of choice right now, but the interior style wouldn’t be anything without a faux fur throw. 

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The colour du jour is shades of grey but if you like a bit more colour in your life, this next style might be for you.

Luxe Garden Rooms Look 3: Autumnal Delight

Autumnal tones are great for giving the impression of luxury. Think muted pinks and oranges paired with gold and copper metallics. These warm shades can be complemented with teal from the opposite side of the colour wheel.

The warm oranges and pinks lend themselves well to velveteen furniture and highlight metallic accents from accessories. Rather then opting for traditional gold-coloured lamps and light fitting, consider antique gold as a better suited option. A glass coffee table with antique gold legs would perfectly offset a blush velvet sofa positioned in front of a teal wall. Keep wall art simplistic with monochrome prints in copper-coloured frames to finish the look.

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Are Luxe Garden Rooms Suitable for Home Beauty Businesses?

Many professionals in the beauty industry are keen to branch out on their own, but setting up a salon can be costly. Luxe garden rooms are becoming a popular alternative for those who love the idea of becoming their own boss (but don’t love the price tag of renting a salon).

The beauty industry is made up of thousands of small businesses. It seems a common goal is to become your own boss once you’ve qualified in your field.

While there is a simple way to do this without  premises (i.e. work as a mobile professional) working from one location certainly has is its positives.

For one, the lack of travelling to customers is a huge bonus. It means no time is lost between appointments. This not only allows for a more productive day, but means no petrol is used, so the business outgoings are lower.

Another pro is that clients always know where to find you, which might allow for walk-in appointments during quiet days.

Luxe Garden Rooms: Are They Suitable for Your Beauty Business?

Renting a salon can be costly, especially in the early days when you’re just starting out. Luxe garden rooms are an option that lots of beauty business owners are beginning to consider. If they already have a garden room, the cost to set it up is minimal. Otherwise, building luxe garden rooms can be considered an investment, but are they suitable for your beauty business?

Some beauty businesses lend themselves to setting up a salon in a garden room better than others. Below a list of different beauty businesses are considered for their compatibility with operating from a garden room.

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Nail Bar

Setting up as a self-employed nail technician is relatively easy once you’ve got the kit and the right experience. It has relatively low start-up costs and it is possible to operate as a mobile business in the early as you build your client base. Ideally, nail treatments need to be done in a well-ventilated room due to the chemicals used. This means that if you’re planning to work from a luxe garden room, it’s important to take care and ensure a good air flow. 


Usually hairdressing businesses need running water and good drainage. Although cutting hair can be done dry, lots of treatments such as dyes, perms and deep conditioning require hair to be washed at some point during the visit. This means your garden room needs to be kitted out accordingly.

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Eyebrow Bar

Eyebrows are big news in the beauty stakes these days. Waxing, threading, and dying is now the norm and an eyebrow-only business can thrive. Very few special considerations are needed for this type of business as running water isn’t a necessity and strong chemical fumes are unlikely. All your garden salon really needs is power for lighting and to heat the wax.

Makeup Artist

Makeup artists were among the first in the industry to utilise luxe garden rooms for their business. Much like an eyebrow bar, very few special considerations are needed other than good lighting and some power outlets. This type of beauty venture is incredibly well suited to a garden room.

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