If you are based in Scotland and looking for a contemporary style garden room, you’ll want to check out the work of the Outdoor Building Group. They have offices in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen and install garden rooms throughout Scotland.
The Outdoor Building Group offers three ranges of garden room building, all in a contemporary style. Rather charmingly, two of the ranges are named after the bosses sons – Caden and Jacob. They have a third range called the Cube.
Caden Garden Room
The Caden range is the Outdoor Building Group’s most popular design. The glazing is focused on the front wall. The roof extends beyond this front wall to create a canopy which has downlights recessed into it, which will create a nice curtain of light down the front of the building.
Jacob Garden Room
The Jacob range is aimed at buyers who are looking for a bigger building. The L-shaped building sits well in the corner of the garden and creates a spacious living space. The Jacob garden room has a great connection with the garden, thanks to the doors and windows on the different elevations.
Cedar clad garden rooms
Both the Caden and Jacob ranges are finished with Western Red Cedar externally. This is an attractive and durable finish that requires little maintenance. As standard, this is mixed with grey uPVC doors and windows, but there is the option to upgrade to an aluminium finish.
Internally, the rooms have the feel of a new build house, thanks to the plastered and decorated interior and the wooden floors. The rooms are fully wired electrically.
Cube garden room
The Outdoor Building Group also have a Cube range. As the name suggests, this range has a more cubist feel without roof eaves detail. The Cube range differs from the Caden and Jacob in that it has Siberian Larch cladding. Siberian Larch is another durable cladding finish but doesn’t have the rich colour of Cedar.
To learn more about the Outdoor Building Group’s range of garden rooms, take a look at their website or give the team a call on 0141 896 0272 to make an appointment for a site visit or to view one of their garden room buildings.