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If you are using your summer house for a separate living or lounging area you will no doubt want to make it both stylish and cosy. Arguably the most important factor for both aesthetics and comfort is the sofa, so making the right choice is crucial to creating a summer house paradise.  

Depending on the size of your garden room there are lots of choices for seating, but first of all you need to look at a few particular factors.

  • How big is your space?
  • What will you be using your garden room for?
  • What is your budget?
  • Is your garden room heated?

 

When it comes to furnishing your garden room, a sofa is a great way to start.  Although you can use a  regular sofa, it’s worth bearing in mind that garden rooms can get damp in the winter months and generally may cause some fabrics to fade in the summer. It makes sense  to look at seating specifically made for a semi-outdoors environment.  Whatever your requirements, we have picked out 12 garden room sofa ideas that are sure to fit the bill. 

1. Sofa for a modern garden room

If you’ve got a large space and regularly entertain, this corner sofa has style written all over it.  The woven style in natural white will give the wow factor every time.  It has lots of cushions for extra comfort.  Made from polyester and steel it will give you plenty of wear.

Pros

  • Seats 5
  • Lots of cushions

Cons

  • White – not the best if you have pets or children
  • Need a big enough space

2. Sofa for stylish garden room

This day bed in faux leather  looks smart and comfortable. It comes in four colours so you can match it to your preferred garden room decor. The vinyl upholstery is hard wearing and stain resistant. The kids will love this trundle bed arrangement for a midsummer sleepover.

Pros

  • Easy to clean
  • Extra bed

Cons

  • Needs assembling

3. Seating for a country style garden room

If you want to aim for a more rustic feel to your garden room, how about this country style bench seat. It can be dressed with cushions and throws of your choice and has loads of storage if you are a bit short of space. Made from painted wood or a walnut stained finish it is perfect if you use your space for dining.

Pros

  • Great value
  • Storage

Cons

  • Not for lounging on
  • Self assembly required

4. Chaise for an elegant conservatory

If you want to aim for a more rustic feel to your garden room, how about this country style bench seat. It can be dressed with cushions and throws of your choice and has loads of storage if you are a bit short of space. Made from painted wood or a walnut stained finish it is perfect if you use your space for dining.

Pros

  • Great value
  • Storage

Cons

  • Not for lounging on
  • Self assembly required

5. Sofa for a seaside themed garden room

Bang on trend, this compact, basket style 2 seater sofa will look sweet as a nut in any size space.  Its neutral colouring is a perfect base to dress as you wish.  Think ice cream colours in pistachio and strawberry for those long, hot summer days.  It is made from aluminium with a  woven synthetic rope finish and the cushions are shower resistant.

Pros

  • Compact
  • Contemporary design

Cons

  • Only available in one colour
  • Price on the high side

6. Sofa for a classical garden room

If you like the idea of a chaise but want more seating, this  beautiful modular sofa is a great buy from Overstock. It is brilliantly  designed for a garden room with its rattan finish and compact measurements. The coffee table is included in the price.  Perfect for your gin fizz cocktails as the sun goes down.

Pros

  • Small but beautiful
  • Matching coffee table

Cons

  • Only available in one colour
  • Requires assembly

7. Sofa for a period summer house

This statement sofa really has the wow factor and will instantly add panache to your garden room. Made from poly rattan and aluminium it is both durable and comfy. The black cushion with the double weave design gives an air of Eastern sophistication-perfect for evening entertaining.

Pros

  • Classic looks
  • Comfortable

Cons

  • Pricey

8. Sofa for a minimalist garden room

If you have a small garden room but still want a sofa, look at going low to maximise the feeling of space.  This simple, but oh so chic design from MADE would be a great choice. It comes in grey or white and is made from acacia wood. If you have more space-go for two.

Pros

  • Beautiful simple design
  • Perfect for a small space

Cons

  • Price on the high side

9. Sofa for a compact garden room

A garden room can be styled totally differently from your house. Holiday at home by investing  in this super comfy, lounging bean bag from John Lewis for the ultimate in relaxation. It comes in 5 funky colours and is made from spot clean waterproof fabric. It is easy to move so if the sun comes out you can simply take it outdoors.

Pros

  • Extremely comfortable
  • Breathable, waterproof fabric

Cons

  • Expensive for a bean bag

10. Sofa for a guest garden room

Your garden room can be a great spare guest room for when you have a houseful. This classy sofa has a click clack mechanism to easily make into a comfortable, double bed. It comes in 4 colours and features a recycled faux sheepskin finish perfect to snuggle down into.

Pros

  • Modern design
  • Extra bed space

Cons

  • Not weatherproof

11. Sofa for a sociable garden room

If your garden room is made for partying you will need lots of seating.  This sectional set from MADE can be configured in different ways depending on what you are planning.  Made from polywicker and polyester it comes fully assembled.  It is also available in light grey.

Pros

  • Versatile
  • Lots of seating

Cons

  • Space consuming
  • Pricey

12. Seating for a garden room with veranda

A step up from the garden hammock, a swinging egg chair is a dreamy place to kick back and relax. With its contemporary chevron pattern this double size seat will make a fantastic addition to your garden room. Hand-woven with a synthetic weave on a powder-coated metal frame it comes with a 5 year guarantee.

Pros

  • Ultimate in relaxation
  • Durable

Cons

  • Need enough space
  • Hefty price tag

Final words

With so many different designs around we hopefully have inspired you to ditch the canvas deck chairs and really make the most of your garden room this year. By creating the right setting your garden room can be a great way to use your outside space and get back to nature.

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