Oak Garden Room with Mezzanine

Barso

Oak framed Garden Room

On entering, this stunning cruck frame Oak Garden Room project it renders you speechless. Its grandeur and character boast such a presence, you feel your cares wash away, peahens, peacocks and chickens roam the surrounding grounds as the piano self-plays in the corner, the vaulted Oak ceiling providing the perfect acoustics, a wonderful ambience for relaxing and entertaining guests.

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Oak framed Garden Room

Oak is a characterful yet timeless material that ages sympathetically


It was important the chosen material blended sympathetically with the natural surroundings and so Oak was decided as the best solution for this, improving further with age and subtly silvering into the landscape. Opting for horizontal weatherboard to sit alongside the Oak frame creates a contemporary design statement that embraces nature.


“The photographs expose the grandeur and beauty of the Oak within this project”


Using glazed roof panels encourages additional natural light into the room


Customising your Oak Garden Room project with bi-folding doors allows your room to be opened out into the garden in the summer months, encouraging a gentle breeze under a shaded canopy, whilst providing seamless access to the garden for indoor-outdoor living and entertaining.

During the winter months the suspended fireplace crackles away in the corner, whilst the glazing on 3 elevations provides the perfect viewing platform for the changing seasons. The fully insulated roof helps maintain a comfortable temperature all year round, protecting the home from the impending winter frosts.

Oak framed orangery
Oak garden room with log burner

The amalgamation of glass and Oak is an unrivalled combination


The vaulted ceilings, glazed gables and roof glazing provide plentiful natural light into this large Oak Framed Garden Room project. The sunlight catches the chandeliers, refracting dappled light across the room. The Oak frame takes centre stage both internally and externally, whilst also blending and complementing the natural surroundings.