This bespoke project by Wales-based Brookwell Garden Rooms clearly shows how with thought, a fantastic garden room can be built on the most awkward shaped plots.
Brookwell Garden Rooms customer had chosen a plot at the corner of their garden. The thing is that the boundary walls did not meet at a regular 90-degree angle. This meant that if a standard square or rectangular garden room were built, there would be an inaccessible area of ground at the rear of the building.
Companies who offer a bespoke design service like Brookwell Garden Rooms are able to shape the walls, so they maximise the plot and incorporate the area which would otherwise be lost behind the building.
Brookwell Garden Rooms customers wanted the new room to be an outdoor entertainment space and the corner garden room design they chose with covered outdoor area and large deck, has created a very inviting space.
Corner garden room designed for entertaining
The French doors on the front wall of the corner garden room lead on to a large deck area, which extends the entertaining area into the heart of the garden.
The garden room has a side canopy, which offers sheltered outside seating, a dining area or a place for a hot tub! These inside-outside canopies are one of the key design trends of 2020. Brookwell Garden Rooms launched their garden room with side canopy range a few months ago.
Low maintenance exterior finishes
The exterior of the insulated garden building is clad in light grey Cedral boards. Cedral is a cement fibre board which is pigmented during manufacturing. It does not need painting to maintain its appearance, so it is an excellent longterm choice for a garden room.
The roof fascia boards have been colour-matched with the uPVC doors. The dark grey finish looks great combined with the lighter grey cladding.
The large deck area has been finished with low maintenance composite decking. LED lights have been recessed into the steps, which must look lovely at night!
This 20sqm corner garden room cost around £20,000.