This delightful garden cabin was built by the recognised leader in the UK’s oak framing industry Charley Brentnall (of Carpenter Oak and Woodland) for Jo Willer, a designer for Designers Guild and her husband Chris Stephens, curator and head of displays at Tate Britain, so it is not surprising it is visually captivating.
At the bottom of their pretty victorian garden, overlooking the vegetable patch, is a green-oak building known as “the hut”, which houses a desk, book shelf , a sleep mezzanine and day bed -perfect for additional guest accommodation..
The oak frame is the perfect structure for this rustic garden cabin which is subsequently clad in oak boarding with a shingle roof. Inside, the oak frame leads the overall interior style. White washed tongue and groove clad walls and floorboards give the small cabin a light and airy feel.
Now, ten years on, Jo and Chris wanted to move house. They loved the cabin so much they decided to take it with them… Read Charley’s blog post here