The exterior cladding of a garden room has a major impact on its aesthetic appearance. When choosing your cladding finish, your main choices will be which material to use and if you are opting a painted finish, which colour.
You might also want to consider the direction that the cladding runs. With some claddings such as shiplap, you are limited to it running horizontally. If you choose a tongue and groove finish though, you have the option to fit it either horizontally or vertically. Each direction creates a different look. Vertical fixing, for instance, is favoured by contemporary garden room designers.
Look at the different looks different cladding directions create
Let’s take the Hampton Range by Sanctum Garden Studios as an example. With the Hampton, you have the option of adding Cedar panels to the side walls. These photos show the Cedar panels fixed vertically and then on another project horizontally. As you can see this simple design choice creates two different looks:
Learn a little more about the Hampton by Sanctum Garden Studios
We have created a short video introducing you to the Hampton range by Sanctum Garden Studios, take a look:
Learn more about the Hampton range by talking to Sanctum Garden Studios on 01204 460 450 or visit their website.