The project by Swift showcases what versatile spaces garden rooms can be. A home gym and comfortable sitting room work perfectly together in the 6m x 5m building.
A key differential between a garden room and other types of outdoor building such as a log cabin, summerhouse or shed is that a garden room has insulation in the floor, walls and roof. The insulation is part of a multi-layer build-up.
We have been chatting with Ivana & Lukas from A Room in the Garden about how they approach creating the perfect garden room for their clients, whether that be a garden office, home gym or a self-contained living annexe.
Needing a home office but with a limited budget that would not stretch to a highly insulated garden office, Hargreaves Garden Spaces helped their client maximise their budget with an insulated log cabin building.
Home office and treatment room for an osteopath with reinforced ceiling to take hanging equipment including an Indian swing. A toilet has been fitted to save patients having to visit the house.
If you need to apply for planning permission to build your garden room, DWG Plans Limited can handle the process for you.
To maximise the space in an unusually shaped area of their clients garden, Garden Spaces designed this tapered home gym building. The resulting building is a wonderfully light airy space.
If you have started to explore your garden office options, you will have seen that there are some eye-wateringly expensive ranges! There are also some great, well-specified options costing less than £11,000.
This garden annexe by a room in the garden is one of the most impressive, stylish garden homes we have seen, and we have explored a lot of them!
The accommodation comprises two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a dressing room, a well-equipped kitchen, and a spacious open plan living space.
With Covid still dominating our lives, Garden Retreats is predicting a huge rise in the number of ‘Hygge’ hybrid outdoor spaces.