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Flow Log Cabin 5.95 x 4.0m

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The Flow Log Cabin, double glazed and with an integral side room, shed area for storage. Made from 40mm thick logs and measures overall 5.95 x 4.0m.

Enjoy the open and airy space of the main cabin with large full glass doors and windows, toughened glass and double glazed. Supplied with EPDM and adhesive.

Roof Material:
Floor Required:
Foundation Beams:
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The Flow Log Cabin, double glazed and with a integral side room, shed area for storage. Enjoy the open and airy space of the main cabin with large full glass doors and windows, toughened glass and double glazed . Made from 40mm thick logs and measures overall 5.95 x 4.0m.

Add floor and roof insulation to the Flow and it will be a great garden office log cabin,you'll be toasty warm, enjoy views of your garden from the panoramic windows. Large, full glass double doors and all in double glazed glass.

The storage shed can be placed to either the left or right of the cabin. The access door the the shed area can also be moved to the outside wall if required. These two options are decided at the point of installation.

This building is manufactured using 40mm slow grown Spruce - a variety specially selected for the interlocking construction. For a high quality finish and to comply with strict Dutch standards, Tuin log cabins do not feature a mixture of timbers or finger jointing in the wall logs.

For an all year round cabin, learn more about insulating your Log Cabin.

Arriving to you untreated, the Flow can be customised to complement any garden theme with the addition of treatment. For the more traditional garden, choose a stain or to create an outstanding feature, be the envy of your friends and paint in bright colours!

The Flow Log Cabin Garden Office features as standard:

  • 40mm interlocking wall logs
  • Double conical tongue and groove for stability
  • Double door
  • Two Fixed Windows next to the door
  • One fixed smaller window in the Storage area
  • Double Glazed
  • EPDM Roofing sheet
  • Quality door and window fittings
  • Toughened glass
  • Tanalised foundation beams
  • Fixing kit and instruction manual
  • Wind and watertight connections
  • Minimum 16mm Tongue and Groove Roof Boards
  • Pent Roof


  • Overall Dimensions: 5.95m x 4.00m
  • Building Footprint: 5.75m x 3.80m
  • Cabin Internal Dimensions: 3.68m x 3.72m
  • Compartment Internal Dimensions: 1.91m x 3.72m
  • Roof Height: 2.30m
  • Door Height (including frame): 1.90m

Flow Log Cabin Optional Extras:

Note that quantities are approximate

  • Easy roof membrane
  • Storm kit
  • EPDM adhesive (4)
  • Air Vent (4)
  • Profiled foundation beams in pressure impregnated timber, hardwood or composite (9)
  • 18mm Wooden Floor (11 packs)
  • 26mm Heavy Duty Wooden Floor (14 packs)
  • Guttering 65mm

Optional Extras - Treatments

Please note, this cabin is supplied untreated, we recommend that the building is treated with high quality paints and treatments. They should be applied strictly to the manufacturer's recommendation. We also offer our own treatments:

  • Carefree treatment (12 2.5l tins)
  • Embadecor Stain (5 2.5l tins)
  • Embalan Paint (5 2.5l tins)
  • Impregnation Fluid (3 2.5l tins)
  • Factory Impregnation in three colours

Quality check:

  • No Mixed timbers known as Spruce and Pine mix
  • Slow grown Spruce
  • Wind and Watertight Log Connection
  • 10 year anti rot promise
  • 14% moisture content
  • Dutch Standards

Roof Covering information:

As standard this log cabin is supplied with an EPDM rubber roof which is the best and most reliable roofing option we can offer, This is what we always recommend for log cabins with a pent style roof.

Please note, using a Drainage Outlet for EPDM roofs is highly recommended.

The EPDM is supplied with adhesive and is a superior alternative compared to normal roofing felt and shingles for cabins with this roof type, lasting for up to 20 years. For more information on how to install EPDM please see EPDM on Log Cabins.

Or you may prefer to use your own roofing option? Not a problem as you can select to purchase this cabin without any roofing atall at a reduced rate under the options tab above.

Approximate Delivery Time: 14 - 21 Working Days

Roof Material The Flow Log Cabin is supplied with EPDM and adhesive, a high quality and durable roofing material that will last for up to 20 years.
Floor Required Finish off your Log Cabin with a floating floor, floor joists are included ONLY if you order a floor with your Flow Log Cabin.
Foundation Beams
Delivery Week

Deliveries are carried out by external hauliers or carriers, Log Cabins are delivered with a fully articulated lorry with a moffett forklift.

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Log Thickness
40mm Logs
Overall Dimensions
5.95 x 4.00m
Internal Dimensions
3.68m x 3.72m
Minimum Base Size
5.75 x 3.80m
Log Cabin Height
Roof Type
Pent Roof
Double Door
Canopy or Porch
Window Type
Fixed window
Glass Type
Double Glazed
Multi Rooms
Integral storage shed
Size Group Width
Log Cabins up to 6m wide
Size Group Depth
Log Cabins up to 4m deep
An Installation Walkthrough Of The Flow Log Cabin With A Side Annexe.
An installers walkthrough of Tuin\'s Flow Log Cabin with a Side Annexe- To be used as a pool house.
An installers walkthrough of the Flow Log Cabin with a Side Annexe.
An installers walkthrough of the Flow Log Cabin from Tuin.
An installers walkthrough of the Flow Log Cabin Studio.
An installers walkthrough of the Flow Log Cabin with additional annexe
Flow, flat roof log cabin video walkthrough.
The 45mm flow log cabin, a walk around by a customer.
A customers narrated walkthrough of their Flow Log Cabin.
A customers walk through of the flow log cabin.
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19 Reviews  

5 Most recent customer reviews (see all reviews):
David Brown
Feb 27, 2022
Another well finished product from Tuin. Turned up well packed and dropped off by the install site.
Unit has gone together well. It will make a great garden office and we have insulated it.
This is the fourth unit that I have purchased now and am very pleased with the service and the product.
Mr. Eoin Bradley
Nov 10, 2021
I had been looking at options for an out building for over a year and happened to stumble across this excellent alternative to having two separate buildings. I was advised by my father to use Tuin due to the quality of the product which I can now verify is great.
The shed is a lovely piece to look at in the back of our garden and meets all expectations. The delivery date did change from when I originally bought it but there was eventually some good communication which allayed some of our frustration.
All in all a great product for a good price versus all other options of an external living and shed area all combined.
Mr Cliff Nicholls
Aug 3, 2021
We placed our order on 1st February and communication was good regarding the expected delivery date. Whilst waiting for delivery we arranged for a concrete slab and electrics and data cables to be laid and having all this done well in advance was a bonus. I also asked a number of questions of the Tuin team about insulating which were answered very well and viewed every available video on how to assemble the cabin which was time well spent.
The delivery was actually a day earlier than scheduled, and the very friendly driver parked up his HGV at the top of the narrow lane where we live and came down the lane on his forklift with our cabin and annex on a single big pallet!
We unpacked and sorted the pieces, and on a nice sunny day in early April commenced the build. As others have commented the instructions are rather generic and could be clearer for the first timer like me. I followed the advice using a big set square to check the building was square, and we used the profiled foundation beam – a top tip which would have saved us hours is where you have cabin like the flow with a very open front, and hence a break in the first row beams, use one of the rear wall pieces to check it is 100% square – this would have saved us some grief slightly later when despite my best efforts with the set square, I was about 3.5 cm out and had to do some adjustments before the windows and doors went in.
The quality of the timber pieces was extremely good, with all bar one piece slotting in very easily. The offending piece which turned out not to be cut properly was #12, which is the very long piece directly above the windows and doors. The cut out above the annex window was about 4cm too narrow, and it also was splitting. I am fairly handy, and once I realised what the issue was it was a simple case of chiselling out the extra material and gluing the cracks.
There were a couple of occasions during the build that it would have been nice to speak to someone to clarify various points such as the annex window, which was unexpectedly an opening window, I understand this is part of the normal service that had been suspended because of covid and the massive demand at present. Emails were eventually responded to, but by that time I had sorted the issues.
I did not order a floor or insulation from Tuin and locally sourced 40mm Quintherm (same as Celotex) board and constructed a fully insulated floor and roof using 2 x 2, and OSB. We upgraded to the EPDM membrane which I would recommend, it easy to fit although very heavy!
I am very pleased with the end result which we are using as a home office/den and Gym. It stays warm with only a small amount of heat from an electric rad, and also on the few hot days we have had it’s not too warm (it is facing north so not getting direct sun through the windows during the day, which is good I think). We bought the wood sealant from Tuin and have used Sadolin as recommended – the paint seemed to cost almost as much as the cabin!!
The quality of the wood and machining is excellent, and I would give Tuin 9.5 out of 10, docking half a mark because we could not contact them easily during the build.
The main build could easily be completed in 2-3 days, because of the insulation I did with the roof and floor it took about 7-8 days to get fully watertight.
Mr. Simon Harper
Apr 3, 2020
I've been very impressed both by the service from Tuin and the quality of the cabin. To start with the delivery...great communication about delivery time and when it arrived it was incredible how the guy managed to get the 6mtr pallet through our gateway onto the property, I had prepared myself for having to unpack it all on the roadside and carry it through bit by bit.
As it was I could leave the cabin unwrapped and finish building the timber base. I spent a lot of time on this, measuring, squaring up and reinforcing (great advice on the website) and it was well worth it as the cabin went up very easily. Me and teenage son got it done in 2 half days with a further half day to nail on roof boards (invest in knee pads!). I had one moment of doubt regarding placement of the roof boards but got very quick email reply from Sophie at Tuin sorting that.
We're halfway through adding the floor and roof insulation and just need a dry and windless day to put the EPDM down.
The cabin looks great, good sleek design and the preciseness of the machining of the logs made the whole build very satisfying.
Thanks to all at Tuin.
Mr. Nigel Ewen
Oct 17, 2019
Very happy with the Tuin Flow Cabin although there were issues, as you might expect. Not all bad. I was worried about the delivery as we live up a narrow street. When I called Tuin to check on the width of the load they said 6 metres. Now, that is quite wide. With cars parked on the road there was no way a 6 metre wide package was going up it. Fear not! because it turns out the little fork lift truck that comes with the lorry has special wheels that turn through 90 degrees and even 180 degrees so the load was not 6 metres wide but just the width of the fork lift truck itself. Whew! that was a relief.

We built the cabin on a concrete base and I would recommend this to everyone, but, check the base is totally flat and with 90 degree corners. Check this yourself and save yourself heartache later on. WE got some one to lay the base and we now have a drop of about 40mm across the 6 metre width. This means the guttering will only work one way. The rain water will only run from right to left. Not a huge issue but irritating.

I built it myself apart from lifting doors and windows into place which requires 2 people. 2 of us worked on this for the 1st day getting the structure up to door height with windows and doors fitted. I did the rest myself.

issue 1) The manufacturer had cut 4 of the 6 metre logs wrong and I had to delay construction while they shipped up replacement logs. This took around a week as they managed to source some within the UK. Could have taken a lot longer if they had to come from Holland. The kit comes with one spare uncut 6 metre log but my woodwork skills are not up to making the necessary detailed cuts.

issue 2) One of the 6 metre logs comes with many cuts already made in it. This log fits above the doors and windows at the front of the cabin. There is a weak point between where the middle wall joins and where the cut is for the floor to ceiling window. Take great care when fitting this log and try and use gentle shoogling, or rubber mallet to get everything to drop into place. I probably relied to much on a heavy hammer and hey presto, the log split. Not the end of the world but just irritating.

issue 3) The logs all warp a little. This is not an issue for most of the construction as the corners help to 'untwist' the wood and everything is cool, except for one corner. The left hand corner at the front next to the door. The left hand wall had bowed out a little approximately 2/3rds of the way up. This didn't cause a problem but everyone noticed it and thought I didn't know how to build a log cabin. The doorways are all loose and slot into place so the front left hand door frame was not available to pull the wall but into a straight line. After 6 months of looking at the wonky wall I decided on a fix. I attached a 1.2 metre long plank of wood (part of the packaging) to the inside wall and then using 2 carriage bolts slowly pulled the bulge in until the wall was straight. I'll leave the plank in place for a year or two and then remove it.

issue 4) not really an issue but if you buy the membrane for the roof don't use the spray on glue cans. They only work when there is no wind at all. Even a slight breeze stops them from working.

My experience was actually very positive and I would recommend these log cabins to everybody. You will end up with a very professional cabin. The quality is way better than anything I could find locally.

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