Vibrant Vermont! A Summerhouse For All Seasons

Vibrant Vermont! A Summerhouse For All Seasons

Open up the opportunities for enjoying your garden with a Mercia Vermont Summerhouse. Among the most striking attributes of this popular summerhouse are the bi-fold doors which mean that you can use this attractive and contemporary garden building all year round.

Take advantage of good weather by throwing open the doors and use the space for keeping food and drinks out of the sun while you and your guests spill out into the open air. Or, in the event of a sudden downpour, close the doors and you can still sit and chat with your family and friends in a light and airy room.

The number of windows and doors included in the design are an important feature of this spacious summerhouse and, wherever you site the Vermont in your garden, the building will be filled with light. This makes it an ideal studio for an artist, craftsperson, sculptor or anyone who has a hobby which relies on good natural light. And with a strong and stable floor as a standard item, you will be able to house or store heavier equipment or furniture.

The Vermont Summerhouse is such a versatile building, offers great value for money and comes in two sizes, 8x8 or 10x8 for even greater flexibility.

It is well built with a 10 year anti-rot guarantee and would look stunning painted in a striking colour theme. Let your imagination run riot. If you have a colour theme in the planted areas of your garden, why not complement or contrast this with a painted theme for your summerhouse? Whether you make your summerhouse stand out and become a talking point for your guests, or whether it blends sympathetically into your garden as a relaxing retreat, the Vermont Summerhouse should meet all your requirements.

Tempted? The Mercia Vermont Summerhouse can be delivered within three to seven working days and there is an option to book a professional team to assemble the building if you’re wary of doing it yourself. Still have questions? Have a look at the product pages for the Vermont 8x8 and the Vermont 10x8.

Posted by Gavin Walker
20th April 2018

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