This is one of our most popular designs with bi-fold doors along the front elevation, and an oak post in the corner with a door on the side.
It is always good to be asked back by old customers, and here we had great pleasure in building a second oak framed barn in a style to match the first one we built some years ago.
From old brick structure to stunning cedar clad garden room. Watch the transformation.
This is an example of one of our most popular garden room designs. Often built to fit snugly across the end of a long narrow garden.
This looks like one of our brand new garden rooms, but is in fact a refurbished garage. Hidden behind the cedar cladding are the old concrete panels. The roof was raised and walls floor and ceiling insulated to a high standard. We even managed to accommodate a precious old apple tree!
In central London where square footage is highly valued, adding living space to your current accommodation is a popular choice. This self-contained living space was designed for an Au Pair but could equally give a grown up son or daughter some independent space, it could easily be used as a space for guests, short or long term.
The interior of a refurbished outbuilding, looking spic and span and ready for use as a therapy clinic. A great example of how we can turn a tumble down old building into a valuable space for work or leisure.
The recessed front elevation in this 4m x 2.8m garden office is a popular feature that tends to give a softer appearance. The lights above the French doors and glazed panels are controlled remotely, making it a lovely garden feature when viewed from the house, even when not in use.
Clad in Iroko, a hardwood from Africa, this is a large 7.8 X 4.8M garden room complete with shower and WC. Designed to fit into the available space and with flexibility for use as an office or visitor accommodation, it has become a valuable addition to our client’s property.
Taller than usual, this garden room is 3m high to give a ceiling height of 2.65m and with corner glazing, lots of natural light. It looks beyond the garden to panoramic views of rolling downland in the distance. We worked with our client to produce a design that gave them the best outlook from the one vantage point they had available.
This is another one of our brick built garden rooms, this time using reclaimed bricks. Built in London it makes the most of a small back yard, giving our clients another great living area a short hop from their back door.
Another unusual design, specific to our clients needs. The hipped, slated roof and featheredge timber cladding matches other buildings on the property. The large low windows positioned to allow views of their pristine vineyard from the comfort of an arm chair. The flat roofed section? To house and sample the years harvest from a temperature controlled insulated wine store! www.dropmorevineyard.co.uk
Black buildings seem to be becoming more popular and this one looks particularly good at the bottom of a long garden in West London. The exterior is clad with painted shiplap timber, and the matching powder coated aluminium doors and windows combine well. This building is in fact was one of our refurbishments, but if it is the style of your choice we can build from new to the same design.
This open fronted ‘room’ is unusual, but is another good example of how we design and build bespoke buildings to meet our clients requirements. The photo shows it unfinished, but when the floor is paved it will look fantastic as part of a small pool and garden complex. Our instruction was to build a suitable outdoor space to provide a sheltered area from which our client could entertain and relax while looking over the pool and garden to the Berkshire Downs in the distance. This met his requirements perfectly.
This new studio was build without needing planning permission in the London garden of a professional artist.