Your choice of doors will have a significant impact on the style and useability of your garden room. We thought it would be interesting to mock up a pretty standard garden room design and fit it with different styles of door.
Doors & Windows
This archive looks at garden room projects incorporating different styles of doors and windows. Scroll through, they might inspire the choices you make for your own project.
Clear Edge have developed a range of doors and windows specifically for the garden room industry. With 1500+ units installed so far they have had no call backs which is good to know!
Your choice of door can have a big impact on the style and usability of your garden room. Sliding doors that meet in the middle are a great option.
For years, mirrors have been used in garden design to reflect key features and planting. However, we haven’t, until now, seen the garden being reflected by a garden room, but, wow, it is effective! Garden Affairs designed and built this bespoke garden room with covered seating area, for customers who wanted to create a chill-out space within their landscaped garden.
Bi-fold doors are a popular option in garden room design as they fold back to open up a large section of wall. If your budget allows, using two sets of bi-folds can open up a whole corner of the building. Creating a great inside-outside connection.
Garden Spaces share with us how they can make use of sun tubes when designing your garden room to create additional natural light in your building.
Garden rooms with bi-fold doors have been around for a few years now, but in the last 12 months Crusoe Garden Rooms have seen a surge in requests for this luxury design feature.
Green Retreats have recently introduced triple glazed windows and doors as standard across their range of garden rooms.
Bi-fold and sliding doors are very popular with garden room buyers, and the suppliers offer them in various finishes so you have control over style and budget.
We are seeing a new trend in garden room design, where Anthracite Grey has been the ‘hot’ colour for doors and windows for the last couple of years, we note that several suppliers are now offering jet black joinery which creates a sharp contrast against the popular cedar cladding.