Garden rooms with composite exterior cladding are growing in popularity. Buyers like the option of an external cladding that does not require maintenance, will not rot and will maintain its new appearance. This art studio by Garden2Office is a great example of a garden room with composite cladding.
Garden2Office specialise in highly insulated Swedish garden room buildings. They offer a range of exterior cladding finishes; personally, we are big fans of their black cladding options!
Composite claddings are pre-coloured during the manufacturing process, so they don't require painting to maintain their appearance. Garden2Office's customer has chosen a stylish light grey board, which, as we can see, looks great mixed with the darker grey trims and uPVC doors and windows.
Flick through the images, and you will notice that the boards have a look of wood with a distinctive grain pattern.
Mix of windows ensure a light workspace
Garden2Office will work with you during the planning stages to create the ideal layout of doors and windows - they can position them where you need them.
You can also choose the style of window that works for you. In this case, the customers have mixed different size picture windows to create a glazing configuration that wraps around the corner of the building. The room is going to be used as an artist's studio, so this combination will create good natural working light.
Maximising the space available
Looking at the position of this building, we know that some garden room companies would have considered it tricky/unsuitable, but Garden2Office are experienced hands in the industry. As we can see, they have maximised the space available.
To learn more about creating a garden room with composite cladding, chat with the Garden2Office team on 0800 612 4371 or send them an email: email@example.com. Please take a look at the Garden2Office website to learn more about their work.