Garden Rooms Scotland

Bespoke garden spaces, designed with style

Work: Garden Rooms Scotland

Garden Rooms Scotland were looking for a new website to showcase their fantastic range of garden rooms. They were looking to ensure that information on their products was easy to find, and to give a clear call to action for anyone interested in finding out more.

The design team worked closely with the client on developing a design which incorporated product imagery, and used the existing logo and branding to inform the design language. They also worked to develop illustrations for the process timeline, creating a consistent brand language across the site.

The resulting site clearly showcases the different product categories and bespoke work that Garden Rooms Scotland offer to their clients.

Key Project Points

Our planning, design and build teams worked closely with the trust in order to ensure the new site provides an insight into the products and services available.

  • A products section that uses fantastic imagery and details for each of the Garden Rooms
  • Clear information on each of the showrooms
  • An insight into the design and build process
  • Case studies from happy customers
  • Brochure enquiries from new customers
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