Corner Garden Log Cabins Buyers Guide

Want to make the most of an awkward corner of your garden and give it some real character? Corner log cabins are a great way to avoid any wasted corner space. Don’t feel you have to neglect that area of your garden, there is always a solution with a garden building.

Now you’re probably thinking where to start with choosing the right corner garden room?

Choose a DIY kit, where you receive all the pieces according to the measurements you need, and then you simply require to construct it. Let’s talk you through our corner cabin options.

Coronet W2.5m x D2.5m / W8′ x D8′ (approx)

The Coronet is designed to fit into small corners, and sit snug in your garden. With French double doors that feature 24mm double glazing, it’s a stylish summerhouse that is designed for year-round use. The slimline double glazed windows create an airy, light and modern feel from inside the cabin.

Corner Log cabin 2.5 x 2.5 Coronet Dunster House

DaftBadger W4m x D3m / W14′ x D10” (approx)

The larger DaftBadger allows space for an extra item of furniture or another use, whilst still blending in seamlessly to the corner of your garden.

Corner Garden Log Cabins - DaftBadger

DaftDuck W4m x D3m / W14′ x D10” (approx)

The DaftDuck is a multi-room corner log cabin, with a garden room and separate storage shed together in one building.

Corner log cabin wih sideshed for storage

Our corner buildings have enough space to transform into a home office, summer house, lounge or bar. The 45mm tongue and groove interlocking logs provide that extra durability and ease when assembling the cabin, as the logs simply slot into one another.

Top Features – What To Look Out For…

Corner Garden Log Cabins Top Features

Locking System 

The locking system on your garden building is really important and you want that added security when the garden building is unoccupied. All Dunster House log cabins have a 4 point locking system.

Slow Grown Spruce 

Choose a durable wood type that is long lasting, rather than opting for a cheaper alternative that you find will need a lot of treatment or replacing soon rather than later. Dunster House uses slow grown spruce timber, which is known to be more dense, with fewer knots and sap.

Internally Beaded Windows 

As mentioned previously security is a high priority when purchasing any outdoor building. The windows and doors on a Dunster House garden building are internally beaded securing the glazing in place, making it harder for intruders to remove the window and gain access.

Pressure Treated Floor Bearers

Ensure the garden building is going to sit on a foundation that is going to last. Dunster House floor bearers are fully pressure treated and guaranteed for 10 years. The pre treatment reduces the likelihood of rot and insect infestation.


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