Home Business, Inspiration
Professional photographer Anne was growing tired of renting expensive studio space. Wanting to focus mainly on dog photography, she decided it was time to explore the options of a home studio and found a garden room would be the perfect solution.
Why The Customer Needed A Garden Building
As a photographer with her own business, Anne was having to rent expensive studio space due to not having a dedicated space within her home. Not only was this extremely costly but also inconvenient as Anne had to haul all her equipment to the studio. After considering more expensive and disruptive options such as a garage conversion and after many recommendations, Anne decided a garden room was the best option for her.
What We Did
A garden room gave Anne the perfect opportunity to design her studio to the specifications she required. Photography studios need to be a certain length and depth, which is why Anne opted for a 5m x 3m building.
The position of her building was also very important as she required as little sunlight to enter the building as possible. Anne also chose to have her internal walls plastered so as to provide a smoother background to her photos.
The Finished Project
Having a dedicated space so close to her home, means Anne is now able to invite her clients to her garden photography studio and not have added financial pressure which now allows her to focus on her career.