Earlier this year Garden Affairs launched a new range of garden rooms which they call Linea. The Linea range has been designed so that it can be built under the Permitted Development rules. Because the Linea doesn’t have a roof eaves detail overhanging the building, it can be positioned close to walls or fences, making it perfect for smaller sites or restricted spaces.
As we spoke about in our initial look at the Linea range, the garden room has a strong contemporary form, excentuated by the cubist roofline and the straight lines of the batten & board style cladding.
There are several options to personalise the Linea garden room range, as these two recent builds show. Each customer has made their own mark on their garden room.
3.5m x 2.5m pottery studio
Garden Affairs customer wanted to create a pottery studio in their garden and chose a 3.5m x 2.5m Linea garden room. They chose to have the Larch cladding fixed horizontally and painted in a smokey grey. This contrasts well with the white French doors with glazed side panel on the front elevation and a letterbox style window on the side wall.
The customers also chose to add a green roof covering, which as you can see from this photo really helps the building blend in with the garden when viewed from above.
4m x 2m garden office
This customer chose a 4m x 2m Linea garden room for use as a home office. Again they opted for the cladding to be fixed horizontally, but this time chose to have the Larch stained rather than painted. They did have the French doors painted for a nice contrast.
The Linea comes as a self-assembly option or on a full installation basis, with prices starting at £4,200.
To learn more about the Linea garden room talk to the Garden Affairs team on 01225 774 566 or take a look at their website.