Rest+ provides a dedicated and self-contained sanctuary for your elderly relative or young adult. Perfectly proportioned and equipped to provide independence while still being connected to the family home. Large double doors provide a light and airy connection with the garden.


• 3m x 5m internal floor space
• VELUX roof windows with original blinds 
• VELUX ACTIVE connected operation 
• Victorian exterior design
• Guardian Esprit Shingle in Bister Brown
The Guardian Home Extension is a versatile and flexible system allowing you to create the perfect home
extension for you and your family. Here are some of the key features that have been specified on the REST+ extension:
VELUX® Roof Windows
Welcome in daylight and fresh air while
maintaining a connection to the outdoors with VELUX roof windows. Make the most of your new home extension by specifying the correct size and number of windows.
Advanced VELUX features
Consider the addition of solar or electric roof window operation, or original VELUX blinds for a perfect fit, beautiful design and long-lasting performance. Add VELUX ACTIVE providing connected technology to your roof windows.
Victorian exterior design
In this example Rest+ has been modelled to replace an existing Victorian style conservatory. The Guardian Home Extension can be the perfect replacement to an old or worn-out conservatory. Its design flexibility allows it
to replace or significantly change what was already existing.
Design tips and styling by Joanna Thornhill

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Rising housing and care home costs are leading more families to live together across the generations, for both practical and financial purposes. Adding a self-contained bedroom space downstairs can be invaluable for supporting fluctuating needs, from offering an adult child more privacy and freedom, serving as an assisted living suite for an elderly family member, or simply acting as dedicated space for overnight guests. Double doors leading into the garden means the room can be independently accessed, while family members remain close by if needed.

To ensure this space has a tranquil feel, and to enhance a feeling of connection to the garden, choose comforting sage greens and muted blues to aid relaxation while leaving wooden window and door trims in their natural finish. These natural materials can also be picked up elsewhere in the space, from cosy cork flooring topped with a jute rug, to earthy tones and organic shapes selected for cushions and accessories. Opting for a sofabed or a double daybed means the space can function as a second living room when not required as a permanent sleeping space. And while fully insulated, the addition of a wood-burning stove at the far end creates a characterful focal point and additional feeling of retreat during colder months.
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