Garden office and workshop by eDEN Garden Rooms which features a wildflower roof covering so that it looks good when viewed from above.
Multifunction Garden Rooms
The garden rooms in this archive of articles have been designed to have more than one use. Buyers are realising that their new building can be designed for multiple activities, now or in the future.
Where once stood a WWII bomb shelter, a fully insulated garden office with secret storage room, by eDEN Garden Rooms now sits. The bomb shelter was only discovered once work on-site started, but the eDEN team project managed a swift solution so work could continue.
One 10m x 3m building divided into three rooms creating a garden office, workshop and storage shed by Nordic Rooms.
eDEN Garden Rooms created this narrow garden office with storage shed which at its deepest is just 2.5m.
The beauty of working with a bespoke designer is that a one-off building can be created to cater for your specific needs. In this case, a garden office with shower room and inside and outside hidden storage areas.
As seen at the big garden shows, garden rooms are becoming a key part of a landscaped garden. Garden designers appreciating that a fully insulated garden room extends the use and enjoyment of the garden beyond the summer months.
This stylish garden room has been designed as a sewing room. Swift Garden Rooms worked closely with their client to create a spacious building that offers plenty of space for a sewing table, cutting table and storage. Windows on three elevations means the room will have good natural light for working. With LED downlights recessed into the ceiling allowing work continue into the evening.
You are not limited to one room when building a garden room. It is relatively easy to divide a building up to serve more than one use. Bespoke designers, Executive Garden Rooms offer this service to their clients. Starting with a blank sheet and designing the building and its internal layout around their customers intended uses.
Garden rooms are not just for domestic settings; they can also be the perfect way to free up space in a commercial setting. A fine example is this staff room and communal space that has been built in the grounds of a residential home in Cornwall.
A year in the planning, this riverside outdoor sitting room by Swift has exceeded its owner’s expectations. Clad with black composite cladding, the simple colour palette has created a striking building.