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Which Outdoor Structure Or Garden Building Is Which?

Myndstone offer an end-to-end, turnkey solution for the design, manufacture and construction of bespoke modular garden buildings, outdoor structures, log cabins, summer houses, granny flats, annexes and extensions. We work with architects, property developers, builders of new homes, landscape gardeners and interior designers

Outdoor Structure & Garden Buildings

Garden shed: A small structure used for storage or as a workshop. Garden sheds are usually made from wood and come in a variety of sizes and styles.

Greenhouse: A structure with walls and roof made of glass or plastic, used for growing plants that need warmth, light, and protection.

Pergola: An outdoor structure consisting of columns that support a roofing grid of beams and rafters. Pergolas are often used as a shaded walkway or sitting area.

Gazebo: A freestanding, roofed structure that provides shelter and an attractive focal point in a garden. Gazebos are often used for outdoor dining or as a place to relax.

Arbor: A structure made of wood or metal that is used to support climbing plants such as vines and roses .

Orangery: A type of greenhouse that is used to grow citrus trees and other fruit trees .

Log cabin: A small house made from logs, often used as a summer house or holiday home .

Treehouse: A small house built in the branches of a tree, often used as a play area for children .

Summerhouse: A small building that is designed to be used as a place to relax or entertain guests during the summer months. It is usually located in the garden and can be made from wood, metal, or other materials.

Garden room: A versatile structure that can be used for a variety of purposes. It is usually located in the garden and can be used as a home office, gym, playroom, or guest room. Modular garden rooms are typically insulated and have electricity and heating installed, making them suitable for year-round use.

Garden studio: A small building that is designed to be used as an art studio or workspace. It is usually located in the garden and can be made from wood, metal, or other materials .

Pool house: A small building that is located near a swimming pool and is used to store pool equipment or as a changing room .

Cabana: A small building that is located near a swimming pool or beach and is used as a changing room or shelter from the sun .

Shepherd’s hut: A small building on wheels that was traditionally used by shepherds as shelter while tending their flocks. They are now often used as garden rooms or holiday homes .

Teahouse: A small building that is designed to be used for tea ceremonies or as a place to relax and enjoy the garden view .

Barn: A large building that is typically used for storing farm equipment, hay, or livestock feed. Barns can also be converted into living spaces or event venues .

Stable: A building where horses are kept and cared for. Stables can also be converted into living spaces or event venues .

Workshop: A building where tools and machinery are stored and where work is done on metal, wood, or other materials .

Cabin: A small house made from wood that is often located in rural areas or near lakes and mountains .

Chalet: A wooden house with overhanging eaves, typically found in mountainous areas where there is heavy snowfall .

Conservatory: An enclosed glass room attached to a house that serves as an additional living space.

Atrium: An open-roofed entrance hall or central court in a modern building.

Lean-to: An outdoor structure with one side attached to an existing wall of a house or other building.

Rotunda: A circular building with a domed roof.

Folly: An ornamental building with no practical purpose, typically built in a large garden or park.

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