Pavilion Garden Room with Two-Tone Paint
This show-stopping Garden Room
was recently installed for a customer based in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire after being designed and built by hand at our Norfolk factory using FSC® certified Scandinavian Redwood timber. Measuring 6.0 x 6.0m, the impressive building was then both delivered and assembled at the customer’s address by our in-house installations team.
Often purchased in order to expand living space or act as an entertaining area for guests and parties, our Garden Rooms are an attractive option for all manner of recreational or professional purposes. Externally, the apex roof has an overhang running the length of the building and creating a sheltered veranda at the front, perfect for evenings spent watching the sun set from a comfortable chair, or for enjoying a delicious summer barbecue.
The exterior of this building has an attractive cedar shingle roof and smooth shiplap cladding painted in a two-tone fashion using the colour Pebble on the walls and Cream on the doors and window frames. The windows are all double glazed with Georgian bars and polished brass door furniture, there are eight opening windows in total and a set of double doors for access. The customer also opted to add three velux windows to the ceiling, and white guttering to the exterior fascia boards in order to keep off the wetter weather.
Internally, the building is fully insulated and lined with painted pine lining in the shade of Ivory. An electrical pack is standard with the building to ensure that lighting and appliances can be used and that the building remains fully-functional all year-round.
If our Pavilion Garden Room would look stunning in your spare outdoor space, we suggest that you get in touch with us to discuss your own individual ideas and requirements on 01760 444229. Alternatively, you can arrange to visit one of our showsites where there is a selection of buildings on display, including one similar to this, and a team of experts on hand to answer any queries you might have. Locate your nearest here.