We were excited when images of this garden room with vaulted ceiling by Ark Design/Build popped up in our inbox. It is a clever design that successfully mixes traditional and contemporary design features.
Garden Room with Toilet or Shower Room
This archive of articles looks at garden room projects that incorporate a toilet or full shower room. The projects are by a range of different companies. In the majority of cases, the company mentioned will have handled the whole installation including the groundworks to connect the services to the mains supply. But, ask your supplier early on if these connections are included in the price quoted, as some companies will just fit the sanitaryware and expect you to organise the connections separately. This is a significant expense, so you don't want any surprises!
Do you have a trusty plumber or ground worker that you would like to work on your garden room build? Well, no problem, the eDEN Garden Rooms team are happy to work alongside them. If on the other hand, you’d like to work with just one company from start to finish eDEN can handle this for you.
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.
This 8m x 3.9m log cabin living annexe by Garden Affairs oozes traditional charm. The open plan room offers enough space for a living room with a sofa bed, an office area, kitchen and separate bathroom. The annexe was built within five days.
Green Studios was asked by the owners of a flat in Oxford to create a guest annexe that they could use to entertain visitors. Built in the garden of a ground floor flat, Green Studios handled both the planning and building control applications on their client’s behalf.
Did you know, that with the right permissions in place, you can create an extra income stream from a garden room? This family replaced their garage with a self-contained annexe by Miniature Manors and are letting it via Airbnb.
For therapists looking to create a quiet, private space to see their clients, a garden room is proving to be the perfect solution. Nordic Wood was asked to design and build a room for a counsellor to see her clients at home, using materials sourced from Scandinavia.
Creating an extra bedroom is a popular use for garden rooms. Families are finding that building a bedroom with en-suite facilities in the garden, is a quicker and cost-effective alternative to actually extending the house.
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.
This bespoke design by eDEN Garden Rooms has been designed to appreciate the garden it sits within. The main room has a striking front elevation angled like the tip of an arrow. The building also features an eco-toilet and spacious storage shed.