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With its unique, slanted sides, the Oblique is the perfect garden room for those looking to add character to their outdoor space. Despite its characterful design, the Oblique garden room is easy and cost-effective to maintain, with its projecting roof offering the front face additional protection from weathering all year round.
Perfect for any outdoor space, the Oblique’s overhanging roof also allows owners to open the garden room doors whilst it is raining and snowing. Complete with its slanted sides, also known as ‘cheeks’, this garden room’s concave design makes it the perfect nook-like retreat in your own back garden.
The Oblique is uniquely designed to add character to your garden and offers a versatile space that you can use all year round for anything you like. Looking for more inspiration? Take a look through our gallery.
Do you have bigger plans for your custom room? The Oblique can be customised to suit all your garden room needs, including size, materials and of course its use. From a choice of outdoor motion sensors and decking on the exterior, to a selection of wood flooring and USB sockets on the inside, the possibilities for your custom garden room are endless.
The Oblique garden room comes complete with a range of high quality, standard features.
Our optional extras are specially selected to help bring your project to life and make your garden room bespoke to you.
Our commitment to building garden rooms that are bespoke to your needs is what sets us apart from our rivals. Everything from flooring to fascias, through to size and shape is fully customisable.
The Custom Garden Rooms team are always up for a challenge. We use our years of industry experience and knowledge to create your perfect garden room in any space, and to fit any size.
Garden rooms are not ‘habitable’ spaces, i.e., you aren’t living in one, so they do not require planning permission. This makes the project timelines for garden rooms infinitely quicker than annexes.
In most cases, our standard garden room buildings (up to 30sq metres) do not require planning permission as they are built to comply with permitted development rights. However, rooms that are ‘habitable’ such as bedrooms, do require planning permission and building regulations.
Put simply, a garden annexe is a ‘habitable room’ meaning it contains living accommodation. Due to this, planning permission will need to be obtained and building regulations approval will also be required, but don’t worry we can help with all this. The construction of the building is also modified to adhere to all of the above.
Absolutely! Our garden rooms are designed for year-round use, and are well insulated and come with an electric heater.
Absolutely! Rarely are two garden rooms the same, we’ll create a garden room that’s bespoke to you and your needs.
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We have a complete gallery of beautiful, custom garden rooms and annexes that we’ve created over the years. Why not take a look and get some fresh inspiration for your very own bespoke garden living space?