Miniature Manors have created a garden office that will need little maintenance to stay looking like new thanks to the use of composite wood cladding. The stone grey boards look great mixed with darker grey uPVC doors and windows.
This 3m x 3.6m contemporary garden office has been designed around the needs of an IT specialist. The electrical spec includes USB charging points and data cabling for a reliable internet connection.
MOSSpods offer several solutions for creating storage alongside their garden rooms. In this case, a separate pod was designed in the same style as the office.
Even when buying a small, modest priced garden office, you want a good service. Having contacted several companies, a recent buyer found Sanctum Garden Studios to be flexible and helpful throughout the planning and building process.
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.
Garden Fortress created this 4m wide by 5m deep building as a home office and showroom for a furniture designer. Based on their Classic Garden Studio Range, the customer was able to tailor the design and finishes to their own tastes.
This 4.6m x 3.8m building by Executive Garden Rooms has been designed as a place to work and spend time relaxing. It has been designed to sit in the corner of the garden with lots of glazing to create a great inside/outside connection.
Order a 15sqm or greater garden office from INSITU Garden Offices by 1st September 2018 and they will include the office furniture for free. Lots of options to choose from and a space planning service to help you decide on your ideal layout.
Not all buyers are aware that you can rent a garden office. Booths Garden Studios offer rentable options on their popular QCB range of buildings. With an upfront cost of around £1,000 and weekly payments, it is an appealing way to own a garden office.
Dore Garden Offices were commissioned to create a contemporary garden studio for an architect. It always interests us to see studios being used as architect offices. It is interesting to see their choice of materials and the configuration of doors and windows.