This Salthouse Studio
has been installed at the bottom of our customer’s lengthy garden in Faringdon, Oxford to be used as a family entertainment area.
The Salthouse is 3.6 x 4.2m in size, so it will be plenty big enough for the customer to decorate as they wish, and they will be able to have many people inside it at one time, perfect for family gatherings with squishy furnishings and maybe even a pool table.
The pent roof has got a heavy duty felt coating, which is a thick, durable and waterproof material. The roof slopes towards the back to allow rainwater to run off the back, protecting the front of the building, and there is also black guttering across the back wall to catch rainwater.
The studio has been painted in Valtti Slate paint, a lovely colour that really suits the customer’s garden.
Our Salthouse Studio is now fully installed, painted, wired up, heated and we absolutely love it! Very impressed overall with how it looks and how solid it all feels.
Mr W - Bristol
To provide an unhindered view of their garden, the whole of the front side of the Salthouse is floor-length glass, with a window on both gable ends, double doors on the front right, and four more windows to the left of the doors. As well as the wall of glass windows, there are also two fanlight windows high up on the back wall to help with ventilation.
Internally, there is painted matchboard lining on the walls, insulation in the floor, walls and ceiling, a heavy duty floor with a natural lacquer on it and an electrical pack with a heater. All of these features mean that the building is perfectly suited for year round use; it will even be cosy enough to use in the dead of winter.
If you like the look of this Salthouse Studio, please have a look at our range of Garden Studios to see if there are any other designs that take your fancy or may suit your needs better than this one.
If you would like some help or further information about our buildings, please contact us on 01760 444229 and we will be able to take you through your requirements and discuss the buildings that will be best suited to these requirements.