We know it will be a popular option with buyers, because it has one of the most requested features we hear - a wall or floor to ceiling glazing. The front wall of the Lomond is fully glazed. A set of sliding doors forms this glazing. The doors slide both ways for ease of use.
You could access the room via the sliding doors, but you don't have to. A single glazed door is positioned on one of the side walls, which offers easy day-to-day access into the room.
The Lomond is highly insulated for comfortable year-round use. The core structure of the building being constructed from SIP's panels. These panels mixed with double glazing in the doors means the room will be a comfortable place to spend time all year round.
As we can see from these images, the Lomond has a crisp, modern interior with plastered and decorated walls mixed with laminate flooring.
Stylish cladding details
Another key feature of the Lomond is the way the exterior cladding has been detailed. In these images, low maintenance composite cladding has been fitted. Composite wood cladding is available in several muted colours. The Bridge Garden Rooms team tell us, you could swap this for Cedar or Larch cladding.
Powder-coated aluminium fascias accentuate the sections of cladding, making a feature of them. We think this mix of finishes is very successful and makes the Lomond stand out from the crowd of Cedar clad cubes.
Bespoke sizes available
The building in these images is 3m x 3m, but Bridge Garden Rooms are able to manufacture the Lomond in bespoke sizes.
An experienced name
Bridge Garden Rooms are an experienced name in the industry. As we mentioned earlier, they offer one of the largest ranges of garden room designs on the market. These designs are a starting point; the Bridge team can tailor the design to your needs and tastes.