5m x 3m is a popular size if you are looking for a spacious garden office that has room for a good-sized desk, a good amount of storage and a place to sit and think. This example by Kent-based eDEN Garden Rooms is an excellent example.
eDEN Garden Rooms are bespoke design specialists. They work with each individual customer to create a building that works for them, rather than the one size fits all approach of some companies.
While this is a popular style of garden office, with its canopy detail along the front wall, it has a unique glazing configuration which we thinks looks great! 2.7m wide sliding doors have been mixed with a 1m square picture window. This window has been positioned at desk height to ensure the work area of the office has good natural light.
The eDEN Garden Rooms team have carefully matched the colour of the door and window frames with the trim on the canopy detail. This dark grey finish offers a sharp contrast to the richness of the Western Red Cedar cladding.
Inside, eDEN Garden Rooms have a high-spec plastered and decorated finish. This creates a light, modern workspace, as we can see.
eDEN's clients have created a stylish interior. They have cleverly managed to incorporate a lot of storage and a large desk area, without making the room seem crowded.
eDEN Garden Rooms client is clearly delighted with the result:
Can I say how much I am enjoying our new garden room supplied by you. It is a fantastic space and makes these trying times much easier. Matt and his crew where fantastic, always very polite, efficient, with an excellent attention to detail, so thank you for them. The process from initial contact to getting the final product was so easy and the fact that you and your team persevered to get materials to finish the job in this current climate is remarkable”.
Work started on the on-site stage of this project just as the Coronavirus lockdown started. Having already developed a no-contact build policy, work was able to continue following Government guidelines. eDEN Garden Rooms share the steps took to ensure the build continued on their blog.