Timeless Garden Rooms are known for their pitched roof garden rooms, that ooze traditional detailing. A recent customer wanted all of the traditional style, but in a flat-roofed building
Our friends over at Millworks who supply timber cladding to several garden room suppliers have been telling us about a new product they are using to create consistent cladding weathering. The thing with the timber claddings used in garden room design, such as cedar, larch, and Thermowood. As they age, if left unprotected they will […]
3m x 3m garden rooms are a popular size. They don’t dominate a smaller garden, whilst creating a good sized internal space.
If you are looking for a garden room that is a bit different, and is tailored to your needs and tastes talk to the Prickly Sauce team. They work in the South and South West of the UK.
Green Studios were approached by their clients to create a garden annexe which could be both an every day extension to their home and self contained guest accommodation.
Looking for a flexible micro home? Well, you’ll be interested to hear that Bolton Buildings are holding an open day on Friday 29 July 2016 when you will get the chance to see the QB3 up close.
Timber cladding is by far the most popular finish for the exterior of a garden room. Timber claddings such as Western Red Cedar and Siberian Larch are popular finishes as they can be fitted and then left to weather, with little maintenance during their long lifespan. The thing is that as these timber claddings age, […]
As well as building garden rooms and living annexes Garden Lodges also design and build commercial buildings. In this article they share details of a recent project to design a large bowls pavilion / community centre.
Gembuild has recently taken on a series of particularly large-scale garden building commissions, so we thought we’d take a closer look to learn more about the buildings and what they’ll be used for.
Modular design has been widely adopted by the garden room industry as it is a very efficient building system in terms of material use and assembly times.
Many buyers fear that bespoke design means expensive, but with garden room design bespoke means a building that is tailored to your garden, your needs and your tastes.
There are so many different garden room designs on the market. Different shapes, sizes and specifications. How do you compare one design against another?
Some folks tell us they are surprised about the price of the buildings we feature on The Garden Room Guide. “After all,” they say, “they’re just ‘posh sheds’!”
A site visit is a valuable part in the garden room buying process. It offers you the opportunity to ask detailed questions about your project and will help you make your final decisions as to which supplier to work with.
A garden room is going to cost you a lot of money so you will want to ensure that your investment is protected.
A garden room is a significant investment and many readers ask us how people pay for them.
It’s important to set a budget for your garden room project early on. This will help you decide on the combination of space and design features that work best for you.
Whilst Planning Permission will be at the forefront of your mind, you also need to consider whether your build needs to comply with Building Regulations.
If you are considering the idea of a solar powered garden room, you need to read this valuable information from a Crusoe Garden Rooms customer who has a solar powered garden room.
Although many garden room websites say ‘Planning Permission not required’, you can’t take this statement as fact.