You might be wondering what the difference between a garden room, pod office or studio is? The answer is, nothing!
Whether you search for your new building using the term pod, studio, office or room, you will end up with the same type of building. They are all designed for year-round use with insulation, double glazing, electrics and heating.
Companies tend to call their buildings studios, offices or rooms as a way of differentiating themselves in a busy market, and to rank well for a keyword on Google! Some companies use the different terms to showcase various designs on their website. But, at the end of the day, you could safely buy a garden studio and use it as a home office. Likewise, a pod could be purchased for use as an artists studio!
Garden annexes are different
The term garden annexe does, however, refer to a different type of garden room. While all garden rooms are high spec, garden annexes are designed to comply with Building Regulations so that they can be slept in.
Making a garden room Building Regulation compliant means changing and upgrading certain aspects of the standard garden room specification.
Garden annexe and the alternative spelling of garden annex, are often used to refer to buildings that feature a toilet or full shower room and a kitchen.
We like the term garden rooms
We like the catch-all term of room. You can explore this site knowing that whether you call it a pod, office or studio you will find high-spec buildings designed for year-round use, that are fit for any purpose.