The Linea range by Garden Affairs is a versatile range of garden offices. With options to customise the size and layout of your building. This 3m x 2.5m example has been tailored around the customer’s design choices.
Garden Affairs can create bespoke log cabin buildings. This 4m x 3m building incorporates a storage shed, serving two uses under one roof.
You get to choose the configuration of doors and windows on the Linea Range by Garden Affairs. In this case, the customer chose to mix a single door with desk height windows.
This 6m x 4m log cabin by Garden Affairs was built to serve as self-contained guest accommodation. Visiting family and friends will be staying in comfort as the space has been divided into a main living space with kitchenette and a bedroom area.
This small garden office by Garden Affairs in 2.8m wide by 2m deep. Although a modest size, there is room for a desk, comfy chair and space to move around freely.
This 8m x 3.9m log cabin living annexe by Garden Affairs oozes traditional charm. The open plan room offers enough space for a living room with a sofa bed, an office area, kitchen and separate bathroom. The annexe was built within five days.
For years, mirrors have been used in garden design to reflect key features and planting. However, we haven’t, until now, seen the garden being reflected by a garden room, but, wow, it is effective! Garden Affairs designed and built this bespoke garden room with covered seating area, for customers who wanted to create a chill-out space within their landscaped garden.
We have featured a lot of garden office buildings which incorporate a storage shed over the years. This one by Garden Affairs has taken our eye though because its the narrowest we have seen that incorporates these two uses.
Since it’s launch last year the Linea Range by Garden Affairs has become a very popular option with those looking to create a home office. This 4.5m x 2.5m example mixes Larch cladding with blue doors and a green roof system.
The design of a garden room can impact on its suitability to be positioned in a tight space. Luckily, the designers at Garden Affairs have created a garden room design, called Linea, that can slot into and maximise the tightest of spaces.