Fusion of exterior finishes
As we can see from these photos, the Classic Garden Room 3 range has a strong exterior aesthetic. This is in no small part due to the mix of exterior cladding materials that Garden Fortress have chosen.
Richly coloured Western Red Cedar cladding on the front elevation has been framed with dark grey Larch cladding. Both finishes are low-maintenance choices and offer long lifespans.
The dark grey Larch finish accentuates the recessed front wall detail. The step leading into the rooms is finished with a grey composite board that is resistant to rot and won't become slippery as timber deckings can.
You will notice that the grey Larch skirt under the decking is tapered to disguise the sloping ground. Garden Fortress utilises ground screw foundations for their buildings, which easily overcome sloping ground. The way they have detailed the Larch to hide the foundation is a very neat implementation.
3m wide b-fold doors
The two rooms will have a lovely inside-outside feel thanks to the 3m wide set of bi-fold doors each room features. The doors slide to one side, opening the space out onto the garden.
The doors' Anthracite grey finish matches the grey cladding finish. The minimal colour palette works really well, in our opinion.
High-spec plastered and decorated rooms
Garden Fortress finishes its garden rooms' interiors to a high specification with plastered and decorated walls, a ceiling, and quality laminate flooring.
The grey palette continues with the interior decor. The walls have been painted light grey. The flooring is a grey oak laminate finished with Anthracite grey skirting boards.
Both the gym and the kid's den feature air conditioning that the owners can control remotely over wi-fi.
The garden room has been fitted with internal and external LED downlights, which can also be controlled by remote control.