Oak framed garden rooms often feature large areas of glazing, often including direct glazing to the roof and lanterns. This floods the space with natural light and maximises the view of the garden to give an inside space that makes the most of the outside! For more examples, including Douglas fir garden rooms click here.
This project is perhaps, the archetypal garden room – literally a room in the garden! It is glazed on three sides with an open sided end bay, offering an all weather ‘inside-outside’ space. Not only was this an extension to a listed building, but the conservation officer was so pleased with it that he nominated this project for an award!
Dining and lounge space with garden views
This garden room extension provides a dining and lounge area with an abundance of natural light and clear views over the garden.