The ‘greige’ trend – the blend of grey and beige – is one that’s gathering pace across everything from fashion, to the home, with people increasingly opting for these neutral tones in their garden decking too.
The articles in this archive look at garden room projects that incorporate decking. They showcase the different styles of deck you can create and the materials used.
Adding an area of decking is a clever way to extend your garden room. Dura Composites have developed a product that would be an ideal choice. In this guest post, Dura Composites introduce their composite decking tiles.
Millboard, a low maintenance composite decking and cladding board, is an option on many high-spec garden room ranges. You can see examples of it in use at venues across England.
A few garden room companies offer Millboard decking as an option. It is a luxury composite decking which has the character of real wood.
Enhance your garden room project by adding a high spec SAiGE composite deck. Available in three contemporary colours.
Garden rooms are not only spaces for the able-bodied, we can vouch for this being a disabled garden room user. Garden room designers can adapt their designs to make them fully accessible.
This Booths Garden Studio just slots into the customers established garden and looks like it was always meant to be.
When thinking about your garden room project dont forget the area around you garden room, this way you will get two living spaces for the price of one!
A patio or decking area around you garden room can extend your living space, but at this time of year it can be looking a bit dirty and in some cases be a bit slippery!
When thinking about the design of your garden room give some consideration to the space around it. A decked area outside a garden room can help the building connect with the garden and increase the garden room’s living space. There is a choice of decking materials available: Western Red Cedar One of the most popular […]