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.
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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.
In many cases, a garden studio needs to be a bespoke size to maximise the space available. Sanctum Garden Studios created this quirky 3m x 4.65m studio so that it could fit snuggly within the three boundaries.
Sanctum Garden Studios saved the day, just before Christmas when Andy & Laura from Billingshurst were sadly let down at the last minute by another garden room company – thankfully this is not a common occurrence.
This contemporary cube garden studio has been fitted with black aluminium doors and windows. Black finishes are becoming popular as they contrast sharply with Cedar cladding.
We have written about triangular garden studios designed to slot into the corner of a garden before, but this recent build by Sanctum Garden Studios features the acutest angles we have seen.
Sanctum Garden Studios created the shell of this building which their customer finished themselves creating a bespoke sauna in the garden.
Buying a garden room is normally a quick process, this job, however, took a few months due to Planning Permission being delayed by Tree Preservation orders.
Most people buy one garden room. Some people buy a large building which they divide into multiple rooms. But, it is unusual, though not unheard of to buy two separate garden studios and position them side by side.