Garden Therapy Room


A garden room could give you the ideal treatment or therapy room. One where you can care for your clients in a peaceful setting with no distractions. Your special space can be customised to suit your business and also personalised to reflect your unique style. After all, beauty is in the eye of the beholder! Whether you are a makeup artist, aromatherapist, nail technician, masseuse or masseur, you can serve you clients in a gorgeous garden room. The space will ensure that your clients can truly relax as you work and will lend a professional feel to your business.

It’s wonderful if you can work from home but finding the room to do that can be challenging. Creating a space that meets your needs and that boasts a professional look is even harder. You never get a second chance to make a great first impression. But a carefully conceived garden room with its own entrance would be a memorable beauty room or therapy room that is guaranteed to impress.

    You won’t have to waste time travelling to work when your garden beauty room is a few steps from your home, and it will ensure that you can work whenever you wish.
    You don’t need to sacrifice your spare bedroom or dining room when you benefit from a garden therapy room tailored to your profession.
    It’s important that your clients can relax while receiving their treatments and that you can work without distractions. What could be more peaceful than a garden beauty salon?
    Your home beauty salon can be tailored to the demands of your profession and provide the space, storage and lighting that you need to do your best work.

A thing of beauty is a joy forever

A garden retreat will give you a compelling combination of space, location and aesthetics to complement your work. You will love working from your beauty room at home and your clients will look forward to visiting you. The better your therapy room, the more bookings you will receive.

Home beauty room ideas

You might be wondering if a garden room would give you your ideal workspace or if it would be suitable for your profession. In essence, a garden retreat can be anything you want it to be. We can design and construct a building that offers the space, layout and furnishings that you need. You can then choose the finishing touches that make your therapy room your own. A garden beauty room can be so much more than a beauty shed. Your special space will be professional and polished just like the services you offer. Here are just some of the potential uses for your garden room:

  • Nail bar
  • Massage centre
  • Aromatherapy room
  • Beauty salon
  • Lash and brow salon
  • Tattoo parlour
  • Sclerotherapy room
  • Laser hair removal room
  • Hair salon
  • Counselling room
    Renting commercial space can be extremely costly. Why not significantly reduce your overheads by working from your garden room?
    Your clients will enjoy being treated in a stylish space with a garden view that will always lift their mood.
    With no travelling involved as your beauty room is on your doorstep, you can work the hours that suit you and you won’t be restricted by fixed opening times.
    A stylish and versatile garden room is an investment in your work but also in your property. It will enhance both your lifestyle and the value of your home.

Feel good about your workspace

A smile is the best makeup any girl can wear.

Marilyn Monroe

How to plan the ideal garden beauty or therapy room

There are a few things to think about before ordering your garden room and size will be your principal consideration. Your beauty room must be large enough to accommodate everything you need to work efficiently but shouldn’t be so large that it overwhelms your garden. Our gorgeous garden retreats are available in a variety of sizes and so you can choose a building that works well for you while suiting your outside space. To benefit from the ideal therapy room, here’s what you need to consider:

  • Aspect
    where and how should your therapy room be positioned to take advantage of the natural light?
  • Access
    how will clients access your salon? Will you need to build pathway or install a gate?
  • Furniture and fittings
    what furniture do you need including seating, tables and storage solutions?
  • Equipment
    do you need to accommodate any equipment to carry out your work?
  • Flooring
    which type of flooring would be both aesthetically pleasing and practical for your work?
  • Power
    how many sockets will you require and where should they be located?
  • Broadband
    do you require broadband and if so, how will you extend it to your studio? You can do this via powerline networking, ethernet cable or WiFi PtP.
  • Toilet
    should your garden room feature a toilet or are you happy to pop back to your house?
  • Reception area
    your therapy centre will feel more professional when it features a reception room or area.
  • Versatility
    at some point in the future you may no longer need your studio. It’s best to design a versatile space that can be repurposed to become a garden office, living accommodation, garden gym or a summer house. This  will ensure that you always have a use for your building and will maximise its impact on the value of your property.

Once you have identified everything that must be accommodated in your treatment room and where your building should be located, you can settle upon the right size of garden room. We will build a stunning beauty room that you can complete with the personal touches that make it truly your own. You may be bursting with amazing therapy room ideas, and we will ensure that we bring those to life. There is no point working from a spare bedroom when you can benefit from a spacious and smart garden beauty room located just a few steps from your house and one that is rent-free.

Do you need planning permission for your garden beauty room?

Most garden rooms will not require planning permission. Garden buildings can usually be constructed under your permitted development rights as they are considered to be outbuildings that are incidental to your enjoyment of your property. However, beauty rooms may well require planning permission. This is because there are restrictions on the size and height of garden room that you can build under your permitted development rights and because you will have clients visiting you. There are also restrictions on where your building can be positioned on your property. Garden rooms that feature toilets or kitchens may require planning permission. You will find detailed information regarding what you can and can’t do without planning consent by visiting our planning permission page.

Do garden rooms need building regulations approval?

If the floor area of the building is between 15 square metres and 30 square metres, you will not normally be required to apply for building regulations approval for your home yoga room. This is providing that the building contains no sleeping accommodation and is either at least one metre from any boundary or is constructed substantially of non-combustible materials. For more detailed guidance, please visit our building regulations page.

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