Garden Room Becomes Cool Venue

Well this is a first on The Garden Room Guide, we have always known that the garden room concept was versatile, but this recent build by Sanctum Garden Studios shows just how versatile being used as a lounge area at a trendy bar!

Sanctum Garden Studios were excited to be approached recently by one of Aberdeen’s leading restaurants looking for a contemporary garden room to be used as an additional lounge area in their super cool beer garden.

Dizzy’s bar and restaurant has been an established favourite in the west end of Aberdeen for over 25 years, and following their recent refurbishment were looking for something that would compliment their uber modern styling.

There were a few challenges with the site but the team at Sanctum were able to adapt their design (at no extra cost!) to fit a very tight plot and maximum the available space.  They also had to build right underneath a fixed steel gantry which involved re-designing the roof to slope sideways and to also sit within the walls to retain the contemporary ‘cube’ styling which the customer liked so much.

The Studio was fitted with grey powder-coated aluminium bi-folding doors to compliment the glazing of the adjacent bar area looking onto the garden and fitted with a dark ‘walnut’ commercial grade v-groove laminate flooring.  The brushed steel up/downlighters completed the interior and were fitted with state of the art low energy LED ‘sealed for life’ lamps.

If you are looking for a bespoke garden room, why not try the team at Sanctum for a pragmatic approach to design without the price tag normally associated with ‘bespoke’.

And finally if you are visiting Aberdeen you should definitely check out Dizzy’s for fantastic food with a warm welcome in a superb setting!

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