The Stable Company

The Stable Company designs, manufactures and installs high quality, timber frame buildings and serves customers throughout the UK and Ireland. They specialize in small garden rooms, equestrian buildings and other outbuildings. The Stable Company’s insulated Garden Rooms would be the best option for a tiny house. The Company offers three: the Mono, the Duo and the Eco. The Mono has a single pitched roof and a choice of three different depths and unlimited widths. The Duo has a traditional pitched roof and a choice of 12 sizes. The Eco has a single pitched roof that features sedum plants and rocks.

The company also offers a pad foundation, Thermowood® siding, cedar roof shingles or insulated metal roofs, French doors, skylights, exterior lighting and decking. Interior options include laminate flooring, electrical and lighting, heating units and blinds.

The Stable Company also offers its customers the use of its in-house, planning permission and building regulations services as well as deposit protection and an insurance backed guarantee.

Photos courtesy of the Stable Company

By Christina Nellemann for the [Tiny House Blog]

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Victoria - Ozarks Crescent Mural - September 5, 2011 Reply

I really like the design.

SteveR - September 5, 2011 Reply

and by “timber frame” here, you mean of course, traditional stick framing. timber=wood in UK English

Peter Lofty - September 6, 2011 Reply

What a brilliant design this is, perfect for a mid-size garden and a home owner with a bit of moeny to develop their garden. I like how the eco model has a roof garden, very cool!

Benjamin - September 6, 2011 Reply

I hadn’t heard of sedum before. I wonder if I can plant it on my gravel roof.

    Benjamin - September 6, 2011 Reply

    (edit) I already get patches of grasses and moss there in the rainy season, thanks to the birds and winds.

April - September 10, 2011 Reply

Great looking little spaces. And the roof is very neat!

Paul Martin - September 16, 2011 Reply

This cabin is a wonderful place to escape! Perhaps as an office for someone who works from home? I love the wooden cladding and Soffits.

George Pepper - October 3, 2011 Reply

These are a great idea – they would be the perfect place to have guests to stay if you went for the model with the bathroom, electric and heating installed.

Biljana@GRPdesigns - November 27, 2014 Reply

I love the roof, great idea:)

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