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3 Tips On Choosing A Sofa For A Garden Room

 

For those who have space and the desire to do something with it, a garden room can be the perfect addition to your home. Whether it’s a direct extension, creating an orangery/conservatory-style space or whether it’s a completely independent structure, perhaps for social get-togethers or a garden studio workspace, the beauty of a garden room is the flexibility that comes with it, giving you the opportunity to create something either in keeping with your home, or totally the opposite! The style you choose will dictate the type of furniture you go for, including your sofas. We’ve pulled together 3 tips for choosing a sofa for a garden room, which will hopefully provide you with some inspiration as you start shopping for furniture!

1.    Sofa size and Shape

The size and shape of your sofa will largely depend on the style of your garden room and how you intend to use it. Most garden rooms tend to be smaller than an average room, so larger sofas might not work well in the space, looking a little cramped but a 2-seater sofa or a smaller corner sofa could work well. If you have room for more than one small sofa, a small chaise longue would bring that additional sense of style.

Equally, if the plan for the garden room is mainly for dining or as a workspace, there may not be room for a two-seater sofa, but a small single sofa or armchair will provide you with the opportunity to sit back and relax when you want to.

   

2.    Sofa Material

The type of sofa material you choose for your garden room sofa will influence the overall style of your space so it’s well worth considering the pros and cons of the different options. If you are going for a sleek and contemporary style with your décor, a two-seater leather sofa, perhaps in white, will give that sophisticated edge to your living space. Leather is easy to clean, comfortable and works well with most types of décor but it’s worth considering the temperature of the room. Leather can feel very cold in the winter and won’t be comfortable in the summer without any temperature control!

 

Fabric can bring a more traditional aesthetic to your space if you’re thinking of creating a more rustic space, a fabric sofa could tick all the right boxes. The beauty of fabric is the amount of choice it provides you with, in terms of colour, texture and pattern. It’s also incredibly comfortable and if looked after properly, will provide you with years of comfort and enjoyment.

 

 3.    Darlings of Chelsea Sofas and Chairs

If you go for a contemporary, minimal look for your garden room, the Elena two-seater sofa provides a sleek, stylish option.

A neat fabric two-seater sofa, the Whinfell sofa offers a classic style, in a range of colours, perfect for a contemporary or more traditional space.

Also, part of the Whinfell range is the chaise/small corner sofa. Fitting neatly into a small space but still giving you the chance to kick back and unwind, the Whinfell is available in both fabric and velvet, giving you the opportunity to choose from a range of sumptuous colours to give your garden room that wow factor.

If you don’t have space for a two-seater or corner sofa, an armchair will still give you that opportunity to sit back and relax when you have a moment. The Ellenbrook is an indulgent and stylish chair which is incredibly comfortable, without taking up too much space.