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A sleek garden room with a projecting roof, the Unilateral garden room design is ideal for any garden and any use. As with all our garden rooms, the Unilateral can be used as a ‘base design’ that’s customised to suit your needs.
The projecting roof on the Unilateral custom room is a popular choice for those who want to add decking to the area surrounding their garden room. This combination makes the perfect patio space for sitting outside, growing plants or adding stylish garden ornaments to complement your cedar garden room.
The Unilateral garden room can be tailored to suit a variety of uses, from salons to dog groomers, yoga studios and man-caves, what you want to use your custom garden room for is completely up to you! Learn how we built a photography studio that doubles as an office using the Unilateral model garden room.
The Unilateral is seamless in it’s current design, but you can make it yours using our extensive range of optional extras. From thermowood, cedar, composite cladding and larch on the exterior, to wood flooring and USB sockets inside, the possibilities are endless with this outdoor living space design.
The Unilateral 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.
Typically between 7-10 working days, depending on the specification.
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Photography Studio | 5m x 4m