A garden room offers a design compromise between a conservatory orangery or standard brick or stone extension that is light and airy letting in lots of light which would have in many cases frameworks similar to many glass structures but with a tiled or slate roof.

Below is a garden room design completed by our team of experts some years ago built in timber on a listed building with a tiled roof specified but the conservation officer that is a nice addition to an old stone cottage.

Below is Bespoke Garden room garden built for a client in Hemmingford Grey Cambridgeshire onto a listed building. Our customer wanted a conservatory to let in extra light in this new Georgian style garden room kitchen extension, but that choice was not entertained by the local conservation officer.

The design compliments the property and it demonstrates that when orangeries and conservatories are not entertained on historical or old buildings a garden room is sometimes a option that is acceptable to the conservation officer.