The Curved Garden Room Range is 2.5 meters high at the highest point, so it offers flexible positioning under the Permitted Development rules.
As we can see from these examples, the curved roofline adds a lot of character to the building. The Warwick Buildings design team have accentuated this by creating a canopy and veranda detail along the front elevation, which showcases the curved lines.
Warwick Buildings offer their Curved Range in three sizes:
- 3.8m x 3m
- 3.8m x 3.3m
- 3.8m x 3.6m
Prices start at £13,250 for the 3.8m x 3m, which is very good for a garden room of this size.
Cedar clad curved garden room
The exterior of the Curved Range is clad in Cedar. This is a highly durable, long-lasting cladding option. As we can see from these photos, Cedar has a rich, reddish-brown colouring. It will weather to a mellow silvery grey as it ages. This colour change does not affect the durability of the cladding, just the appearance.
If you wanted to preserve the new colouring, you would want to apply a UV-oil, which is easy to do.
The Cedar cladding is mixed with low maintenance uPVC doors and windows. You can choose from a black finish or the popular Anthracite Grey option.
A mix of windows
The interior of this curved garden room range will be naturally light thanks to the mix of windows. 1.5m wide French doors are mixed with two 600mm wide, long windows and a casement window.
The two long windows create a corner glazing detail, while the casement window offers the option of easily letting air into the room.
Configure your curved garden room
Warwick Buildings have a nifty configurator on their website. You choose the style and size of the building you want and then configure the finishes to your needs. What is great is that you see the price instantly update with each choice you make!