After recently moving into their property, our clients were eager to transform their garden into a space of luxury.
Having enlisted the help of a garden designer and landscaper, they wanted to create an indoor space within the garden which could become a hideaway/snug/playroom for the children.
After considering several garden hideaway ideas and with the above factors in mind, we removed the existing garage to make space for two outbuildings - the hideaway and a utility room.
Although these were two separate buildings, we wanted to bring them together; eventually designing the pergola (which now has the additional purpose of a playground/activity area)
As this garden is a real sun trap, it was important to really maximise the opportunity for light flow through the hideaway. The solution came in many forms; French doors, a roof light, and a floor-to-ceiling narrow window.
Using Osmo oil, the cladding has been stained and oiled to match the surrounding black fence structure, whilst still maintaining its beauty with the grain of the cladding showing through.
We all agreed, one of our most interesting garden rooms in Bristol
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