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Object of Desire: Bonni Outbuildings

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Object of Desire: Bonni Outbuildings

April 24, 2024

Currently dreaming of adding a sweet Bonni outbuilding to my garden (even though there are two insurmountable obstacles in my way: I don’t have the space, and the company is based across the Atlantic in Oxfordshire, UK).

Bonni’s prefab outbuildings are both good-looking and planet-friendly. Mainly manufactured off-site, the structures are made from materials sourced within a 10-mile radius of company headquarters. The wood is FSC-certified, brought in from the owner’s nearby family timber business. The roof is corrugated steel, a durable and recyclable material. The buildings are meant to be powered by either solar, wind, or biomass energy. And the construction calls for building on stilts instead of a carbon-intensive concrete foundation.

Here’s a peek.

Photography via Bonni.

Bonni offers a pitched-roof design as well as a flat-roof option (pictured), and each is available in small, medium, or large sizes. 
Above: Bonni offers a pitched-roof design as well as a flat-roof option (pictured), and each is available in small, medium, or large sizes. 
This is the large size, which measures 4.9 x 7.4 meters and features two sets of French doors. Clients can choose from corrugated steel or timber for the exterior cladding, in vertical or horizontal design, left in its natural form or painted in one of six available colors.
Above: This is the large size, which measures 4.9 x 7.4 meters and features two sets of French doors. Clients can choose from corrugated steel or timber for the exterior cladding, in vertical or horizontal design, left in its natural form or painted in one of six available colors.
Add-ons include a wood-burning stove, kitchenette, and furniture. You can find the range of offerings here.
Above: Add-ons include a wood-burning stove, kitchenette, and furniture. You can find the range of offerings here.
Circular windows are in every Bonni outbuilding.
Above: Circular windows are in every Bonni outbuilding.
A sweet powder room can be added.
Above: A sweet powder room can be added.
The small size, perfect for a home office.
Above: The small size, perfect for a home office.

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