Buying a garden room does not have to be a hurried process. There can be a lot of benefits to taking your time. This is what Alan did when buying his man cave building. Taking time to hone the design, so that it was big enough to incorporate a pool table & bar and maximised views of the garden.
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Looking for a 3.6m x 2.4m garden studio? Customers highly recommend Sanctum Garden Studios. Customers comment on the smoothness of the pre-planning stage and the quality of the logistics, meaning the studio can be built in 1-2 days on-site.
Sanctum Garden Studios have gone international! They recently travelled to a village near Le Mans, France to install a bespoke contemporary garden room. This is an interesting project, not quite a standalone garden room building, but not a traditional garden room extension either. It’s a hybrid of the two.
Artist Sehila had a clear vision for her new studio, Sanctum Garden Studios turned it into reality. The 6m x 3m Cedar clad building features partition walls creating a cubical for a w.c. to be fitted by a plumber.
Wanting to create an art studio each, a husband and wife commissioned Sanctum Garden Studios to create one large building divided into two rooms with a connecting door.
The Hampton Grey range from Sanctum Garden Studios proved the perfect option for an artist looking to create a studio that would house her kiln. The 3m x 2.4m studio was a perfect size and the steel framed floor suitable for the weight of the kiln.
Seeing a garden studio is one of the key steps in the buying process. Sanctum Garden Studios can arrange for you to see one of their past buildings near to where you live. This gives you the chance to get an idea of size and the quality of the structure and the finishes.
Sanctum Garden Studios recently completed a 6m x 4m classroom for a nursery school in Lancashire. The new room provides valuable extra space for the school where the children can play and learn. The building was based on Sanctum Garden Studios Contemporary Range which features dark grey uPVC doors and windows and Western Red Cedar cladding.
When choosing the exterior cladding for your garden room, your main choices will be the material and the colour, but you might like to think about the direction the boards are fixed too, as this can also effect the appearance.
Interesting to hear that the garden room industry is not stopping work as the snow falls. The hardy Northern lads at Sanctum Garden Studios have worked through the snow to get their build weathertight and completed on schedule, so as not to let their client down.