You are not limited to one room when building a garden room. It is relatively easy to divide a building up to serve more than one use. Bespoke designers, Executive Garden Rooms offer this service to their clients. Starting with a blank sheet and designing the building and its internal layout around their customers intended uses.
two room garden room
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.
This is an interesting project by Swift Garden Rooms which proves how a garden room can morph into different uses. At 14.5 meters wide it is also one of the widest garden rooms we’ve featured.
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.
Garden Affairs have sent through this photo of a garden room with covered seating area that they have recently completed.
‘L’ shaped garden rooms can be a very good use of space – you can create two rooms with different uses or a softer less ‘cubed’ structure.
Sanctum Garden Studios have recently completed this bespoke two room garden studio, with cedar clad external door and deck area.