Garden Summer Houses With Verandas
Garden summer houses are the ideal refuge for those seeking to clear their head at the end of a stressful day. We all identify ourselves in this picture unfortunately. For those with a small plot of land around the house, such a miniature construction is more than welcome since, besides the relaxing role it can play, the small houses can also serve various practical purposes, being used for storage of tools, bicycles and other large objects over the winter. Below are several examples of garden summer houses with verandas:
They may have different designs, but they do have one thing in common: harmonizing us with the surrounding environment. When we add a veranda, then they turn into genuine micro-living spaces, like the garden house in the image below. The cabin has a saloon, serving as a living room, a bathroom, a kitchen and a covered veranda. The cathedral type roof amplifies the indoor space and this is why the wood cabin can serve both as a holiday retreat and a party space. Spreading on almost 30 square meters, the garden house sells for about 3,000 Euros.
The second model is a spruce made cabin with a height of 2.04 meters. Walls are solid, four centimeters thick, while the wooden floor is about five centimeters thick. The house has a shutter covered window, with extra natural light coming through the openings in the door, while the roof rests on five centimeters thick wooden beams. The price stands at around 1,500 Euros.
The next examples are cabin built by a Romanian company, too, but without any technical and price related details. The cabins are very beautiful, featuring different designs and paint colors. Completely different from what we’ve seen so far, the garden house in the image below, more spacious, has a veranda built on the side.
Garden summer houses with verandas – covered veranda on the side
Equally elegant are the models shown below. Interesting to note though that, despite the almost similar design, they differ in the outside chromatic appearance, with windows and doors frames painted in a different colors, rendering the construction more dynamic visually.
Sources: Gardenaffairs.co.uk, Harforest.ro, Casute-argo.ro, Vodaconstruct.ro