Get your garden spring-ready with a Chelsea Summerhouse
It’s that time of year again – the clocks are going back, and you’re getting ready to hunker down for the wet and wild wonders of winter.
Just before you do, maybe it’s worth taking a moment to think about getting ready for life on the other side. When spring is in the air once more, wouldn’t it be wonderful to have a ready-made spot in the garden where you can enjoy the views of the new blossoms coming to life?
In this blog, we’ll introduce you to the perfect way to do just that: the Chelsea Summerhouse.
Introducing the Chelsea Summerhouse
This exciting range of garden buildings offers the very finest of traditional summer shelters, with designs dating back over 100 years.
Incorporating real leaded glass and the option of double-glazing and insulation, these traditional, luxury summerhouses look and feel great in all temperatures.
And with current lead times, now is a great time to place your order so you can have your luxury garden building up in time for spring.
Why a summerhouse?
A summerhouse is a garden building with its own unique charm.
A place for a peaceful retreat, a getaway. Tucked away in a silent spot, a summerhouse is an ideal addition to your garden if you’re looking for a small and unpretentious space from where you can admire the changing seasons in quiet comfort.
Summerhouses come in a variety of shapes and sizes. They’re perfectly suited as places of quiet reflection, for those rare moments of solitude, for reading, listening to music, or conversation with a friend. A summerhouse can also be a place of entertainment, for larger numbers, and a shelter from the heat of the day or the evening chill.
The right choice of summerhouse will add a charming aesthetic to your outdoor space. The traditional summerhouse is made from wood, with a pitched roof and round or polygonal body, conjuring up flavours of the Victorian folly.
You and visitors to your garden can’t fail to be drawn to the homely charm of a timber summerhouse, with its invitation to withdraw from the world and be still for a while within its aromatic warmth and calm.
As the name suggests, a summerhouse tends to get most of its use during summer, or at least when the weather starts to warm up in spring. But with the right choice of insulation and double glazing, and even the addition of some heating, the summerhouse can easily become a space for year-round enjoyment.
Why a Chelsea Summerhouse?
The Chelsea range of summerhouses offers the very best in traditional-style luxury summerhouses. By choosing from one of the available summerhouses in the range, you’re guaranteeing yourself exquisite craftsmanship, thoughtful design, and the very best in materials.
The buildings in this stunning collection are all British made from Western Red Cedar, with a beautiful cedar shingle roof. Not only does cedar look first-class, but it’s also well renowned for its longevity and resistance to weather and pests.
You can choose from a selection of shapes and sizes, from rectangular and corner to the six-sided Windsor summerhouse (ideal for smaller gardens), or the eight or even ten-sided Wraysbury, if you’re after a larger entertainment space.
- Are hand-built by British craftsmen.
- Have a long-lasting cedar shingle roof.
- Come with a 10-year manufacturer’s guarantee.
- Come with a tongue and groove floor.
- Can have a lined interior for a clean finish.
- Can include double-glazing and insulation.
- Can be installed with paintwork, internal benching, and shelving.
There’s something unbeatable about sitting down in a Chelsea Summerhouse, looking up at the intricate workings of the exposed timbers and then out through the clear glass onto nature outside. You’re inside in the outdoors, protected by timber and glass, immersed in the warmth and natural aromas of the cedar surrounding you.
How to order
If you’d like to find out more about how to order a Chelsea Summerhouse, please do get in touch with one of our friendly professionals: over the phone (01225 774566), or through our contact us page. Once you’ve settled on a design and wish to proceed, we’ll ask for a 25% deposit, with the balance payable two weeks before completion.