You’ve always wanted to be an artist. You have the talent and, more importantly, the passion. But where to do your work? You want somewhere inspiring but peaceful and quiet so you can concentrate on your art. Your garden is the ideal place to set up, which is exactly what our client did: turning a quiet unused area of their garden into a practical and cosy artist garden room studio.
The idea behind this project was to create a space where the client could work on their art without having to sit at the kitchen table (which isn’t ideal). They wanted somewhere that felt like home but was separate from their house – somewhere that would allow them some freedom whilst still feeling safe enough not to worry about things getting damaged by rain or wind!
A complete transformation
The Hawksbeck classic range garden room is a small structure with a big impact, and this is exactly what our client decided to choose with the help of our experienced designers. It’s the perfect example of making the most out of an unused garden corner, no matter your garden size.
This delightful artist studio garden room sits idyllically within its lush green garden setting, thanks to its natural dura composite wood cladding finish. Dura Cladding is a durable and low-maintenance cladding for any garden room exterior. It’s lightweight, easy to install and available in various colours, including cedar-effect, which gives the studio that cosy cabin feel.
Picturesque garden view
The cosy space has been designed with light in mind, with the client opting for bespoke black framed u-PVC French style doors and the extra addition of a slim side window, both of which flood the room with an abundance of natural light. The glazing on this small garden room studio also provides a calming garden view to look out upon when pondering your next paint stroke. It’s perfect for relaxing after a long day at work.