Monday, September 10, 2012

Beauty therapy in a garden office

This is the first time eDEN Garden Room has been asked to build a garden room which will be used as a beauty therapy treatment room.

"The customer had a vision of creating a tranquil space for friends and family to enjoy beauty treatments surrounded by nature," says eDEN's Rachel Wichall. "Living in a medieval village, nestled in the Kent countryside, the customer’s property is Listed. For this reason the garden room did require planning permission from the local authority, which happened to be a relatively painless procedure. The only restriction the local authority put in place was that the garden room doors did need to be hardwood which was not a problem for us.

"The result is a tranquil space, which fits beautifully in the natural surroundings. Designed to meet the planning requirements and achieve all the customer’s detailed requirements for her beauty therapy room – we think this is a smasher! The team had a great time working on this project and it was a lovely client who sent a special message to the team when the garden room was completed thanking them for their hard work."

The full spec is: hardwood double glazed French doors (with security locks), slit window and hardwood opening window, clad in durable and high quality redwood larch cladding, fully insulated (walls, ceilings, floor), plastered and painted, heated by underfloor heating, finished with an overhang and decking, lit by spotlights and decking lights. -------------------------------------------------------------------------
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