The design of a garden room can impact on its suitability to be positioned in a tight space. For instance, a garden room design that has a roof eaves detail will limit how close the walls of the room can be positioned to the boundaries of the space. The materials used for the exterior cladding also can have an impact, as if they are not durable, how will you maintain them.
Luckily, the designers at Garden Affairs have created a garden room design, called Linea, that can slot into and maximise the tightest of spaces. This recent project is a great example of how versatile the Linea range is.
Garden Affairs customer had the perfect space for their new garden room, but it was going to be a tight fit between old stone walls. The Linea garden room has a cubist form without overhanging roof eaves. This means that the walls of the new room can be positioned as close as possible to the stone walls. This avoids dead space between the garden room and boundary wall and maximises the space within the new room. A spacious 3.2m x 3.4m garden room has been slotted into the space.
The Linea garden room range is clad externally in Larch which is a durable timber. This is an important consideration when positioning a building tight to a boundary, as you are going to be unable to maintain the cladding.
Garden Affairs customer chose to have the exterior of their room pre-painted in the factory. Garden Affairs offer a range of colours to choose from. This customer opted for contemporary soft shades from the grey palette.
The Linea garden room is available on both a self-build and full installation basis. To learn more talk to the Garden Affairs team on 01225 774 566 or take a look at their website.