One of the best things about having a garden studio is the ability to get the necessary privacy when you need it the most, you can use it simply for working, accommodate guests or as a playground for kids.
A soundproofed garden studio is important because it can help you to create a quiet and peaceful environment and in this article, I am going to show you simple steps you can take to soundproof your garden studio.
Without wasting any more time lets jump straight to it.
Step 1: Use Foam Panels on the walls
The easiest place to start with is the walls of the garden studio. Now, soundproofing the walls is quite tricky since the walls are already built, however, there are a few hacks you can try that will result in a night and day difference in the noise levels of your garden studio and one of those things includes hanging acoustic foam panels.
There are so many ways you can go about sound dampening the studio walls like installing mass loaded vinyl but that is a bit challenging and takes more time and effort.
What I like about acoustic panels so much is the fact that they are so easy to install, all you have to do is follow these simple steps to hang them without causing any harm to your garden studio wall.
Step 2: Hang Sound Deadening Curtains
The next place you want to sound dampen is the windows of your garden studio, soundproofing the windows effectively requires you to completely block out the window, but in most cases, that’s not what we want, that is where sound deadening curtains come into play.
These curtains won’t fully soundproof the garden studio but they will reduce the noises drastically, another thing I like about these curtains other than their simplicity is the fact that they look great and modern so you can choose the ones that resonate with you and make the garden studio look better too.
Step 3: Use Soundproof Weatherstrips on the door
I am certain that you noticed that there are visible gaps on the door, by ignoring those gaps the whole soundproof garden studio project would turn out to be futile since the sound frequencies will just find the gaps and pass through them.
Fortunately, there are weatherstrips that you can use to close off those gaps on the doors, another pro tip here is to install a soundproof door sweep.
Step 4: Apply Thick Rugs on the Floor
Rugs are soft, thick and look incredibly beautiful, but did you know that by simply adding rugs to the garden studio you will reduce the sounds and noises? well, now you do!
By simply purchasing your favorite thick rug and place it in the garden studio can prevent the sound waves from moving around and bouncing which usually creates echoes, thick rugs will cut down the echoes and sound dampen the floor.
Final Thoughts on Soundproof Garden Studio
Reducing noise in your garden studio can get a bit hard but I hope this article helped you achieve just, feel free to comment down below other methods that can be used.
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