This 18 ft x 12ft granny annexe by Booths Garden Studios shows how with some thought and clever design a fully functional home can be created in the smallest of gardens.
A recent report by Aviva shows that the number of people moving back in with their parents is growing. A great solution here is a garden annexe allowing you to live together, yet separately. They are a quick and cost effective solution.
Executive Garden Rooms are building up quite a portfolio of granny annexe buildings. This recent build is one of the smaller ones they have designed, sitting on a footprint of just 21.5 square meters.
SIPS Garden Rooms have sent through some images of a micro home that they have built in their clients garden. These photos show that with some thought you can create a modern, light and airy living space at the end of your garden.
Booths Garden Studios have recently completed a Dad Pad, the owners affectionate name for their granny annexe building.
Garden living annexes also known as granny annexes and garden lodges are a popular topic on this site. We are therefore pleased to be able to share with you this article written by the Swift team who can design a living annexe specifically for your needs.
Building With Boxes have recently built this one bedroom lodge with open plan living space, kitchen & shower room.
Booths Garden Studios have recently completed this L-shaped garden room building. The modular building system that Booths use makes it easy for them to create different shaped buildings like this one.
Executive Garden Rooms have recently completed a spacious granny annexe. They handled all the rule compliance for their customers making it a stress free process
Garden Spaces explain how flexible living spaces can be created in the garden for use as granny annexes or as a first home solution for younger relatives.