Adding a multi-purpose garden building that can be used for both work and leisure is growing in popularity. This bespoke design by Miniature Manors is a great example.
Miniature Manors clients wanted to create a home office and a space that could be used during their leisure time, too, with both indoor and outdoor seating.
As bespoke design specialists, Miniature Manors approach each project with a blank sheet, working with their clients to identify the style, layout and features that work for them. This approach can clearly be seen by comparing this contemporary design with some of the other projects we have featured, such as this pitched roof modern barn or this mock Tudor garden room.
The insulated garden room sits on a footprint of 4.5m x 3m, with a side canopy 2.5m wide by 3m deep. The three open sides of the covered seating area and the wrap-around deck have created a lovely sheltered seating area, as we can see in this photo. We also like the choice of the long window overlooking the seating area; this creates cohesion between the indoor and outdoor spaces.
Inside, Miniature Manors client has cleverly zoned the space with furniture to create a professional workspace and comfortable TV area for their downtime. This is a fine example of how a garden room can be used for more than one use without having to divide the space up with partition walls.
This project, as with all Miniature Manor buildings, was built on a turnkey basis. This means that the Miniature Manors team handled everything from the ground works through to the final electrical connection for their client. This garden room was completed in two weeks on-site.
Miniature Manors client commented:
“Richard and the team did a great job. Always punctual, polite, really tidy, fast and efficient. Job was on time and on budget. Would highly recommend to anyone thinking about putting in a garden room / office. In this day and age its almost a requirement for any house with a garden!”