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Photo 1: This 15' x 9' (4550mm x 2730mm) LoLine QC6 garden office features a 6ft (1820mm) "Picture" window. We always discuss the frontage from left to right so this is...

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Photo 2: Note the gravel roof on this 9' x 9' (2730mm x 2730mm) LoLine garden office.

The gravel roof topping is free with every QC6/7 and QCB garden studio. The gravel is close to maintenance free and helps reduce rainfall noise within your garden studio. It also adds to the insulation of your garden studio roof.

 

Photo 3: Gravel roof on a 12' x 9' (3640mm x 2730mm) LoLine QC6 Garden Office

Photo 4: Garden Artist Studio with large 6' x 6' (1820mm x 1820mm) "Picture window" in the middle of the frontage

Photo 5: Closer look at the large 6' x 6' (1820mm x 1820mm) "Picture Window". This simply replaces 2 full length windows and gives an uninterupted view from inside your garden studio. Alex and I discuss this in this VIDEO HERE.

Photo 6: 15' x 9' (4550mm x 2730mm) LoLine QC6 Garden Office with 6ft (1820mm) "Picture Window" on the front and a fanlight window on the left side.

Photo 7: 15' x 9' (4550mm x 2730mm) LoLine QC6 Garden Office with half window on near side wall.

Photo 8: Garden Studio with Half Windows and French Doors.

This is a 24' x 12' (7280mmx 3640mm) QC6 with a flyover roof and decking.

Photo 9: Decoupled floor for treadmill to sit on in your garden studio gym. This helps reduce the vibration of running on a treadmill away from the whole studio. It can also be lowered as in this photo so as to help taller people on a treadmill.

Photo 10: Decoupled floor for treadmill to sit on in your garden office gym

Photo 11: Large garden studio for use as a library.

John - the owner of the studio emailed this photo to me saying "Interior is beautifully light and airy."

This is his wifes studio and will be used for storing all her many books. John already has his own garden studio from us which he uses as his office.

Photo 12: Solid Panels On A Garden Office