Multi-room garden rooms are a growing trend, as more and more buyers are choosing to combine several uses within one building. This 7.5m wide by 4m deep design by eDEN Garden Rooms is a great example of how the interior of a garden room can be divided up to serve different uses.
eDEN Garden Rooms clients wanted to add a building next to their heated swimming pool that could be used for various uses. They wanted a changing room that would save a dripping wet dash back to the house after a swim. In addition, they wanted to create a home gym and a music room where their son could practice the drums.
This sort of design brief highlights where working with a bespoke designer like eDEN Garden Rooms comes into its own. Starting with a blank sheet, the eDEN team will work with you to create a building that will tick everything off your wishlist. Rather than modifying a 'standard design', they design the layout and structure of the building to serve your unique requirements.
In this case, the owners wanted each room to have its own external access yet work together as one building. One important requirement was that the changing room be easily accessible from the swimming pool. To facilitate this, a single aluminium door has been positioned on the side wall, meaning there are only a few steps between the pool and changing room.
The changing room sits in the corner of the larger room that will be used as a home gym. As we can see, this is a modern, light-filled space thanks to the wall of glazing on the front elevation. This has been achieved by mixing French doors with tall windows on either side. The glazed door leading to the changing room adds to how naturally light the room is.
Sliding doors have been fitted in the wall between the gym and music room. These are a clever choice as they allow the two rooms to be used separately, yet when the need is there, the two rooms can be used as one larger space.
Like the gym room, the music room features a set of French doors. All the doors are high-spec powder coloured aluminium. You will notice that the fascia on the roof canopy has been colour matched with the doors.
The dark grey finish of the doors mixed with Western Red Cedar cladding is a signature eDEN Garden Rooms look, as is the plastered and decorated interior finish that creates a light, modern room.