Grey summer house

Grey summerhouses has a natural look. Wood automatically turns grey after a number of years without treatment. But here at Lugarde we also offer treatments to protect your house from the weather in different shades of grey.

Grey summer house

Spray impregnation

The first treatment is spray impregnation. Here the inside and outside are treated with an impregnating primer. Among the colours, you can choose for the impregnation is graphite grey, light grey and white.

The spray impregnation protects the grey garden house against rotting and fungi processes. To protect the grey summer house even better, it is important to paint or stain the summer house within 6 months to a year.


The second (pre-)treatment is staining, all walls (inner and outer sides) will be first treated with a transparent undercoat. Then the outside of the summer house will be stained in the colour of your choice.

This could be dusty grey, black grey, pebble grey, quartz grey or pure white. These grey and white summer house colours can be painted on the garden house for you or you can do it yourself.

The paint Lugarde uses is from the brand Sigma, it is water-based and environmentally friendly. This Sigma paint offers the best protection against UV radiation, fungi, rot, and moisture.

Lugarde offers

Lugarde offers a wide range of grey and white summer houses with veranda or without. Also, treatments that protect your grey garden house, but give it a natural look. Check out our website to learn more about our treatments. The panel system for summer houses can also be used with grey summerhouses. When interested in a small or large summer house get in touch with one of our dealers, they can provide you with further advice. 

With our 3D configurator, you can easily design your dream contemporary summer house. Whether you choose a rectangular wooden summer house or a square wooden summer house, there are multiple ways to personalise it.