The Elegance of Birch Plywood Garden Room Interiors
Published: 29 May 2023
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Birch plywood, with its distinctive grain and warm honey tones, is a signature element in mid-century, Scandinavian, and Japanese interior design aesthetics. Its versatility, durability, and unique charm make it a sought-after choice for individuals wishing to incorporate these stylish influences into their homes. If you're aiming to replicate this look in your garden room, then Miniature Manors is the team to talk to. They offer beautiful birch plywood interiors as an alternative to the traditional plastered and decorated finishes. The photos we have here showcase a bespoke garden office & gym Miniature Manors finished with birch ply.
Commonly, garden room designers adopt a white interior paired with a wooden floor, creating a bright and spacious feel. As we can see, a birch plywood finish provides an exciting and stylish alternative. Moving away from the conventional plastered and decorated finish or melamine-faced boards, plywood boards bring an eye-catching, contemporary touch to the interior of a garden room.
A Subtle Backdrop for Your Furnishings
Birch plywood, known for its subtle grain pattern and pale honey colouring, is typically used for lining walls and ceilings and for bespoke fitted furniture. Constructed from layers of birch veneer glued together to form a robust, durable board with a distinct grain pattern, birch plywood has been gaining popularity in garden room design due to its versatility and appealing aesthetic qualities. This choice of material is especially popular among customers with a penchant for Japanese, Scandinavian, or 1960s-style finishes.
A Finish with Richness and Warmth
For the project featured in these photos, the Miniature Manors clients wanted to create an interior aesthetic that complemented the black, steel-clad exterior of their garden room. The birch plywood finish brings the richness and warmth of wood indoors, integrating a naturally appealing element into this modern garden space.
The pitched roofline allowed for a skeiling - a sloped section of ceiling to be created. Miniature Manors' carpenters precision-cut the boards to adapt perfectly to the distinctive skeiling. The meticulous attention to detail is evident in the uniform shadow gaps created between each board. Achieving this precise finish, with an equal width of the gap between each board, requires skill and patience.
A Worthwhile Investment
Creating a birch plywood interior like this requires additional labour and material cost compared to a plastered finish, but as we can see, the end result is stunning. It's a worthwhile investment for those seeking a unique and high-end interior design for their garden room. After all, a well-designed garden room, like this one, can become a space you use daily, becoming a central part of your living and working space.
Miniature Manors focus their work in the South East of England. To learn more about incorporating a plywood interior into your garden room, talk to the Miniature Manors team on 01403 610 619 or email them at email@example.com. Explore www.miniaturemanors.co.uk to see more examples of their work.