Garden Spaces work closely with each of their clients to create a garden room unique to them. This is clearly demonstrated by this multi-function garden room building.
Garden Spaces client wanted to replace an existing garden shed with something more multi-functional. Working collaboratively with the Garden Spaces team they have created an L-shaped building with a main room that can be used all year round and a secret storage room behind.
The building sits on a footprint of 4 meters by 4.68 meters, creating a main room of 10.9 square meters and a storage room of 2.7 square meters.
We like the combination of windows that the client has opted for. Rather than create a fully glazed front wall, which is common in garden room design, they have mixed and matched floor to ceiling glazed panels with smaller opening windows. The room is accessed by a single glazed door. The way the floor to ceiling glazing has been positioned on one corner really frames the view of the garden beyond.
The doors and windows are a black uPVC which contrasts sharply with the Western Red Cedar cladding. This black accent colour has been replicated in the kerbing on the roof and the narrow composite deck that runs around the building.
Garden Spaces customer opted to have blinds integrated into the glazing. These blinds come in a range of colours, in this case, green, and are discreetly fitted between the panes of glass. The blinds are controlled by a magnetic pulley system.
Inside the garden room, the customer chose to have an underfloor heating system installed. They also chose to upgrade the standard laminate flooring option to an engineered oak floor. This type of flooring oozes quality and offers the beauty of natural wood.
The garden room is fully wired electrically, fully complying with Building Regulations. The electrical specification includes eight internal dimmable LED downlights and five exterior grade LED downlights. There are five double power sockets positioned around the room.
The storage shed discreetly sits at the rear of the building and is accessed via a secret door on the side of the garden room. The door has been match clad in the Cedar cladding that has been used on the walls. Inside the storage room, the OSB boards of the SIP’s panels are on show. These are a practical, durable finish for a storage area. A strip light has been fitted in the storage room.
This building clearly shows how Garden Spaces can work with you to create a building that works for you.
For more information about how Garden Spaces work, take a look at their website or give the team a call on 0845 387 9 387 to discuss your ideas.
A few more Garden Spaces garden rooms:
- Garden family room with en-suite & storage
- Contemporary pool & plant room
- Mix timber cladding and render on your Garden Space
- Three very different Garden Spaces