Miniature Manor's customer wanted to create a permanent workspace to avoid the time and travel costs associated with being a mobile beautician. With a growing family, she looked to the space in her garden to create a room so all her equipment could be stored safely without having to clutter up her house. In addition, having a dedicated salon space means she could set up her equipment, and it be ready to use each time she went to work, which obviously saves time.
Miniature Manors are bespoke garden room designers and like to work closely with their clients to draw up a design that works for their specific needs and intended use. In this case, the building was designed so that it could be zoned to house a treatment couch, a nail bar and pedicure station. So that clients don't need to go into the main house, a cloakroom with toilet and basin was installed in the salon.
The Miniature Manors team offer a turnkey service on all their projects. They project manage the whole build for their clients from installing the foundation right through to connecting the electrics and plumbing to the mains supplies. This means you are quoted one price with no hidden extras as you find with some companies, who quote for the building but expect you to arrange and pay for a suitable foundation and the final connections to the mains services. Working with one company, like Miniature Manors, from start to finish, offers a lot of peace of mind.
Miniature Manor's client is particularly pleased with the arrangement of glazing in her salon, as it allows for generous amounts of natural light to enter the room. The two sets of Anthracite grey sliding doors have been mixed with a rectangular window positioned high up in the front wall and another in the cloakroom.
As part of the project, the Miniature Manors team installed a sizeable deck area to the side of the salon. This will be used by the family, but also creates a place for clients to sit and wait for their appointment.