The owners of this period vicarage in Buckinghamshire required a new space to act as a formal dining roompartially glazed so as to allow views of the sculptured gardens whilst keeping the room cool from the heat of the room's south direction. This traditionally designed garden room features two vertically glazed gable ends and a slate roof to match the existing property. The roof also features a glazed portion.
Two sets of French doors, featuring Edwardian glazing bars that mirror that of the property's existing sash windows, open wide providing full and easy access to the garden. Joinery is boldly finished in Westbury Black giving a truly traditional aesthetic with chrome Turnstyle ironmongery. The floor is Farley Limestone with ivory grout creating an opulent finish.
The room provides the ideal place for formal and informal dining into the early hours, in a cool, light filled space that truly adds value.
View of garden room from the garden, showing the whole extension including interior/exterior paintwork
The inside of the garden room was painted white and cream to retain the feeling of light and space within
Close up view of one of the gable ends
Showing the exterior in its entirety, with closed French doors, to show the adaptability of Westbury Black paint which changes in appearance according to the light levels
Showing the open French doors, painted white on the interior, to better blend with the interior of the extension
Close up of the left-hand gable end, to illuatrest the detail
Close-up of the corner of the roof of the garden room, to show the detail of the design and manufacturer
Close-up of the corner of the French door of the garden room, to show the detail of the design and manufacturer