Spring Open Event - 11th May & 12th May
Spring Open Event - 11th May & 12th May

The House that
Jack Built

LGR was founded by Jack, a designer and furniture maker with a devotion to sustainability. Jack has always had a creative and innovative approach to design and his work. This coupled with a tenacious eye for detail and the pressures of working from home during 2020 resulted in the first seeds Workroom being planted (as it was in the beginning). The idea grew, along with the team and high standards were set. This would stand him and the company in good stead for what has now become Little Green Rooms.

We are a young business, which gives us the ability to adapt, be innovative, and personal in everything we do. We are striving to be the best, not the biggest and we are very proud of our garden workrooms, our people, and our sustainability.

Built To Last

Why choose Little Green Rooms?


Design Conscious

Each of our garden workrooms is architecturally designed using nothing but the best materials. Our garden workrooms are styled and finished to a high standard with curtains, carpets and fixtures.


Nature First Perspective

Our sustainability is more than skin deep. From insulation sourced from recycled bottles to the double-glazed FSC timber windows and doors, our buildings are not just kind on the eye, but the environment too.



We believe sustainability and ethics should be more than a marketing tool. We do and will continue to keep our prices fair.


Small, but Mighty

We pride ourselves on being a small and independent business. We provide a tailored service, with each customer working personally with a dedicated team member.
Meet the Team

Small, but mighty.

Little Green Rooms team

We are a young business, we have a creative, bright and

passionate team. You likely found us as a result of Arthur’s marketing and SEO wizardry. You will then be introduced and meet Jack who will go through your first consultation and talk you through the process and product. Jessica will guide you through all things operations and finance, keeping you in the loop throughout. Then onto our fantastic and hard-working workshop team John and Max, who handcraft all of our buildings here in Bristol. And finally, when the all-important install day arrives you will meet our dedicated, experienced and the friendliest install team around Tom, Caz and Kian. We believe our people are the key to our success, which is why everyone who is part of Little Green Rooms enjoys a share of our profits annually.

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The Work-from-home Revolution

Little Green Rooms wanted to create a stylish, functional and sustainable solution to some of that extra space you’ve been craving. 

To work, relax, or grow your ideas & hobbies. We believe the answer is a Little Green Room. We have designed our garden workrooms from the ground up with home working in mind. We know that positive spaces have positive impacts.

We have taken our time to consider every garden room, from aesthetics, size, and functionality to acoustics. As well as this we consider the impact on the environment today and in the future. We are proud to have created a range of products that has done a lot of the thinking for you. 

We designed our rooms to keep you warm in the depths of winter and cool in the warmest summer days. To make sure the space is kind on the eye, and easy on the ears.

At Little green rooms we truly believe that our sustainable practices, quality materials and considered design, make our workrooms the perfect place to work all year round.

Meet the Maker


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Every one of our scrumptious curtains are made by Lottie. She sews every curtain by hand, in Gloucestershire, using traditional methods making working from home as a busy mum look effortless with our favourite tiny team member Osian. Lottie is our founding director Jack’s big sister and has re trained as a maker of beautiful curtains from being an artistic blacksmith. Lottie uses nothing but recycled or natural fabrics, and premium metal hardware for all of her curtains, we think they are just gorgeous!
Always Be Kind

Our Ethical Approach

We favour the environment and people over profit. We only work with sustainable and ethically sourced quality materials to ensure that we keep our impact on the environment to a minimum. We have a commitment to sustainability that shapes our approach to business. From our insulation 100% sourced from recycled bottles to our FSC-rated timber doors and windows, we know where all of our products have come from and aim to have total visibility of the entire supply chain.

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We plant 5 Trees

Every time we take an order, we donate to local charity More Trees who plant 5 trees on our behalf, creating a carbon offset of 7500 tonnes per building.

Insulation from Bottles

Our Supasoft® insulation is made using polyester fibres sourced from 100% recycled plastic bottles.

Small, but mighty
We look after our small team of designers and makers.
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FSC-rated Timber Doors & Windows
Every piece of timber in your workroom is either FSC or PEFC certified. For every tree cut down, five new trees will be planted in their place.
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We operate closely to the Southwest and don’t travel further than we need, which helps to keep our carbon footprint to a minimum.
Ethically Sourced Timber
All of our timber is sourced from well managed forests – FSC® certified.

Take a look at what some of our
wonderful clients have said about us.

Get In Touch

We are a small and friendly team, you can get in touch via email , pick up the phone, book a virtual consultation, or even send a message on social media. We are here to help and happy to discuss your ideas and questions in whatever way is the most convenient.