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Do you have an area in your garden that is a perfect suntrap? This could be the ideal spot for your new garden lounge.

Attached to the house, the garden lounge will give you useful extra space - somewhere to drink your coffee in the early morning sunshine or enjoy a glass of wine at sunset. Or perhaps the design of your garden means that a free-standing garden lounge would give you a better view or just more sunny hours.


The garden lounge is the perfect place to sit and chat, listen to music or read a book away from the distractions to be found in the house. Make yours into a special place with carefully chosen furniture to suit your relaxing style.

The combination of aluminium structure and sliding doors gives a wide range of opening configurations enabling you to make the make the most of the sunshine while being protected against cool breezes. Open or closed, the garden lounge is a beautiful addition to your home.

While an extension or conservatory will most likely require planning permission, this is rare for a garden room, so you could choose from our extensive range of standard models and arrange installation with the minimum of delay. Special requirements? No problem, we can provide bespoke sizes where necessary.

Contact us today to find out which garden room is most suited to your lifestyle.

The New Year is already under way, as is the cold and wet winter weather. If you’re looking forward to warmer sunnier days, an excellent New Year’s resolution could be to make sure you’re better placed to enjoy those days this year. One of the hottest trends in lifestyle and home improvement right now is the coming together of indoor and outdoor spaces. Verandas and patios are placed to maximise direct sunlight, enhance garden views and merge with the indoor transition area by using complementary looks and styles in furnishing and flooring. Another part of the indoors/outdoors trend is the inclusion of ‘garden rooms’ that immerse you in the scenery.


If you and your family enjoy relaxing outdoors, enjoying the sunshine and summer breezes but you don’t have a formal space set aside for this purpose it may be time to invest in a veranda. Not only will a veranda provide protection from rain - it will most likely increase the value of your home as well. A veranda can be constructed to flow almost seamlessly from your kitchen/dining area to maximise the living space for entertainment and dining purposes.