A characterful home with plentiful outside space was the reason our clients moved to this beautiful Arts and Crafts property. However, the home lacked a connection with the garden. Whilst an extension project wasn’t part of the initial plan an Oak framed Garden Room would be the perfect solution to capitalise on the surrounding views.
Oak Garden Room Styling
The period styling of the property meant it had small windows and often lacked natural light. The extension now offers an abundance of natural light not only in the new Oak Garden Room but also within the existing kitchen.
Carrying the interior styling throughout the home offers a cohesive flow between old and new. The neutral colour pallet lets the Oak take central stage with its warming honey tones providing a calming and relaxing space.
Externally the glazed gables mimic the pitched roof styling of the home. The dwarf brick wall and render help the old and the new to complement each other whilst still allowing the Oak Garden Room extension to create a statement.
THE VAULTED ROOF WITH EXPOSED OAK RAFTERS, OAK FEATURE TRUSSES AND GLAZED GABLES NOT ONLY OFFER THE AESTHETIC WOW FACTOR BUT THEY PRACTICALLY MAXIMISE THE CEILING HEIGHT HARNESSING PLENTIFUL NATURAL LIGHT.
Our Oak Garden Rooms offer all year round use
The room was designed to be used as a dining room and main sitting room and therefore needed to be used all year round. Our Oak Garden Rooms have a tiled, insulated roof which ensures the room maintains an ambient temperature all year round – The perfect solution to glass roofed extensions that are renowned for overheating in the summer and being too cold in the winter.