The term 'garden room' can mean many different things and summarizes three very distinct product types designed and manufactured by Lloyd Christie Garden Architecture. Historically, a garden room was essentially a conservatory or greenhouse with very simple heating, a place to keep tropical plants in the winter. Today, the term covers anything from a glazed extension, modern conservatory and home office to a traditional cold conservatory for keeping tropical plants.
Most commonly it is used in the context of home offices. These are usually free standing rooms built in the garden, either as a focal point or tucked away. The build quality of a garden room is high, with good insulation, heating, electricity and sometimes bathroom facilities. At times such structures are also used as guest rooms or playrooms.
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