No garden or site is too small for a garden room. This recent Harrison James build demonstrates this perfectly. At 2.8 meters deep by 1.4 meters wide at its narrowest point we think this is one of the smallest garden room we have ever featured on this site!
Harrison James client wanted to create a garden office that could be used for taking calls and working away from the distractions of the main house.
Whilst there are many small garden office designs on the market none would fit into this wedge shaped plot. A bespoke design was called for and this is where Harrison James came in.
The building is 2.8 meters deep and 2.3 meters wide narrowing down to 1.4 meters making use of every inch of the wedge shaped plot.
The office is accessed via a 900mm wide grey UPVC door and the two windows have been arranged around the internal working space. The combination of the glazed doors and windows mean the office has plenty of natural light which is very important.
As with all Harrison James garden rooms the building is fully insulated and double glazed. A 750 watt electric heater was incorporated into this build meaning it will be a cosy place to work even on the coldest days of the year.
This bespoke garden office project cost around £8,000 including VAT which seems very reasonable to us considering how it has been tailored to the customers site and needs.
For more information about Harrison James work visit their website or give them a call on 01403 713 766 to discuss your garden room ideas. Harrison James will be exhibiting at the Ideal Home Show in London between 18 March and 3 April 2016, you will find them on stand G562 in the Ideal Gardens section of the show.