Modern Garden Building – Style with Substance

Decorated Shed describe how modern garden buildings can combine style with substance.

Modern living is associated with minimal interior, plain walls and a natural light throughout. Eco-friendly buildings are beginning to follow that design quota, as are a new brand of garden buildings. Decorated Shed’s garden studios incorporate the essence of modern living, with sleek, attractive, eco-friendly garden annexes which would stand stylishly in anyone’s garden. Contemporary styles are in high demand, with people looking for a ‘clutter free’ home, a minimalist approach is a very popular choice when looking at designing a new space.

Decorated Sheds fresh architecture and stunning interior design brings a new outlook to ‘relaxing in the garden’. Design has shifted from the traditional style, with little space and a ‘cosy’ feel to it, to an open-plan style and minimalist content. A spacious garden sunroom, with a wall of windows and good quality materials epitomises modern architecture. This shows why a contemporary direction is best for garden annexes, as they work better than a traditional design, with the transition of building to garden seamless.

A modern mind-set works best for garden buildings, with a spacious layout and contemporary tri-fold doors which removes the boundary of outside to inside. Because of this, the traditional design layout would not work with a garden building as effectively as a modern eco-friendly design, which can be seen in the Garden Sunroom in particular. A garden building would be a great addition to a modern house or give a welcomed contemporary spin to a more traditional home or garden.

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Further Reading

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Visit the Garden Spaces websiteVisit the eDEN Garden Rooms websiteVisit the Gembuild website for garden offices & studiosFind out more about Green Studios Visit the Booths Garden Studios websiteVisit the Timeless Garden Rooms website Visit the Smart Garden Offices websiteVisit the Hideouts websiteVisit the ModBox Spaces websiteVisit the My Eco Space websiteSee what a garden room will look like in your garden