Are you looking for a traditional garden room or something more modern? View these Warwick Garden Offices photos for inspiration.
Mark Burton is widely know for his unique Pixie House that was showcased on Shed of the Year 2015 and his Tiny House designs, but he also designs and builds beautiful garden cabins full of traditional charm and detailing.
Interesting article by The Garden Office about the search for the ‘perfect office’ – you’ll find it at the bottom of the garden.
The Little Thatched Co have created a oak framed garden room that is Planning Permission friendly. Its ideal for those of you looking to mix traditional and contemporary design features.
A useful guide by Westbury Garden Rooms highlighting the different types of glazed extension
Timeless Garden Rooms have a lot of expereince designing pool houses in a traditional style which feature changing facilities and equipment rooms.
This classic New England style garden room is being used as a studio and workshop for a dress maker.
Warwick Buildings have put together an informative video tour which showcases several designs and looks at different elements of the construction and the materials they have chosen to use.
A garden office is a clever and cost effective way of increasing the living space of your house, as we have seen tonight on Sarah Beeny’s Double Your House For Half The Money.
We are continuing our look at design details which make a garden room stand out. Today we are looking at living roofs and showing you some of the best examples we’ve seen over the years.
These recent builds by The Garden Office are good examples of medium sized garden offices
The Little Thatched Company won the garden office category in the Shed of the Year 2014 competition, and now you can buy your own version
The Garden Office are one of a handful of suppliers who offer an online configurator, which allows you to mix and match features to design your own layout and style of garden office.
Garden rooms have enjoyed a phenomenal increase in popularity in recent years and now a new report launched this week reveals why
Warwick Buildings have successfully combined traditional garden room design features with the on-trend feature of a whole wall of glazing.
This recent project by The Garden Office is a 5.6m x 4.2m garden office, this is a large building with space for several workers, or a room that has enough space for both work and leisure zones.
Warwick Buildings are happy to tailor their garden room designs to your garden and tastes as this selection of builds clearly shows:
The Garden Office’s online configurator lets you mix and match their modular panels and create your own garden room layout, in this article we look at some of the different buildings created with it.
The Garden Office’s design configurator has proved a big hit, and we thought we would showcase some of the different layouts created by it
The Garden Office have launched a rather nifty Configurator on their website which allows you design your own garden office, playing around with the different options available, whilst clearly showing how your choices will effect the price.