With 12 m² of inner surface area, the Flers B cabin is indeed compact. With the exact same dimensions as it sister model the Flers A, it is perfect for small gardens, whether you decide to set it up in the middle of it or in a corner.
The only difference between the two models lies in the openings. While the A model offers a full sliding door panel to the light, the actual B model divides the facade in three parts.
An almost-fully glazed double-door and two high fully glazed tilt-and-turn windows on each side.
The wooden panel at the bottom of the door conveniently allowing you to close the door with your foot, should you be carrying something out or in.
You will have guessed the door in this model thus handles classic opening, while the A model offered sliding.
As a side-note, and in case you are considering installing your hut in a corner, keep in mind it’s always better for the timber to avoid constant shadow and thus humidity.
As a result, prefer an open mesh fence over a wall of concrete to surround part of your cabin.
…and practical cabin
Despite its compact size, the Flers range of bungalows still has a couple of practical sides.
This B model in particular offers you:
- two tilt-and-turn windows to air the cabin even by rainy weather
- both windows and door are glazed to let natural light in (just remember to orientate your cabin accordingly)
- the vintage open gable style roof that extends as an overhang on the entrance side.
70 cm of shelter for you to stand under whenever needed. It is practical for sure, its benefits proven, and also gives a stylish look to your cabin. Take a few steps back; not an unpleasant hut to look at indeed!
Or maybe your garden could fall for another style?
Rest assured, as you are given many different ones to choose from.
Still not convinced? Feel free to submit your idea to us!
We’ll be more than happy to help you realise it, and liven up that special place on your land.
For your own special home garden hut.