With the warm weather and lighter nights, what better way to enjoy the summer than being outdoors? A summerhouse has become a popular addition to British gardens and a way to make the most of the good weather. Offering a relaxing place to retreat from the hustle & bustle and stresses of everyday life, the summerhouse gives you shade and security, as well as a spot to enjoy the beautiful nature in your back garden. What’s more, with the unpredictable British weather, it is also a hideout to shelter from rain in the summer months! Whether you are seeking a little place to call your own and enjoy quiet time with a book or want to socialise and enjoy the company of your friends and family, a summerhouse can create a special spot you can customise and feel comfortable in this summer.
Nothing beats having a spot of lunch outdoors; the Forest Maplehurst Summerhouse offers the perfect place dine ‘al fresco.’ In a stunning wooden, shiplap timber design, this summerhouse creates an attractive spot in your garden that will make your friends excited to visit you this summer. With a large indoor space and covered veranda, there is plenty of room to have a table and chairs to enjoy the view. The opening double door allows in fresh air and the light during the day, which means you can enjoy the sun without burning. With treated wood, a felt roof and a 10 year anti-rot guarantee, this summerhouse is durable and built to last. What could be better?
The Mercia Cube Summerhouseis the ultimate contemporary masterpiece with a unique design that will stand out in any garden. With large styrene windows and concertina doors, you can let the light flow in and relax and unwind with nature. Not only does this summerhouse look great, but it is also made from pressure treated and tanalised softwood, which means it can withstand the elements of British weather and look great for years to come.
If you would like a summerhouse but are worried you don’t have enough room in your garden, why not have a look at the Mercia Octagonal Summerhouse? With a cute and cosy design, it is the perfect choice of summerhouse if space is limited, but is also capable of providing a great relaxing retreat during the day. It has two opening windows to let in the summer breeze, with hanging flower boxes to add beautiful coloured plants into the mix also. The door even has a rim lock for security with a shiplap cladding design. When you require a large space to host, the Mercia Vermont Summerhouse is a definite favourite. The beautiful bi-folding double doors allow the good weather to come inside and everyone will love the natural wood design.
To experience a taste of the seaside, why not invest in the Mercia Beach Hut Summerhouse? A fun alternative to the traditional summerhouses that you commonly see, this unit is shaped just like a beach hut you’d find on Brighton beach and is even capable of being painted whatever colour you desire. It is raised on a stilt platform to give you height and a better view over your garden, as well as a raised deck platform to place some chairs in the sun. The double door and windows allow in fresh air and the natural light and there is plenty of room inside for tables or lounge chairs to enjoy a drink with friends. All of the wood used on this summerhouse is FSC-certified sustainable timber and pressure-treated for durability with a 10 year anti-rot guarantee. The felt roof also provides protection against weather damage.
The unique design of the Mercia Overlap Summerhousehas made it a firm favourite with customers. It features a large stable style door, which allows you to feel secure, yet make the most of the good weather. Made from dip treated softwood with a solid sheet roof meaning that not only does it look great, but it is also durable and practical for British weather.
At Paving Superstore, we are committed to providing our customers with high quality summerhouses that are beautifully designed, durable and take pride of home in your garden. Why not have a browse through our collection of summerhouses and find the perfect retreat for this summer?