The owners of this period vicarage in Buckinghamshire required a new space to act as a formal dining room, partially glazed as to allow views of the sculptured gardens whilst keeping the room cool from the heat of the room’s south facing direction. This traditionally designed garden room features two vertically glazed gable ends and a slate roof to match the existing property.
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.
Colour - Westbury Black
Size - 6.3m x 5.23m (33m²)
Gable lanterns - 2.2m x 5.2 and 2.2m x 3.6m
Location – Buckinghamshire