Orangery in Worcester

A great example of what can be done with an original base of a hexagonal-ended conservatory. We create a space to be used all year round.

Orangery near Bewdley

Bespoke orangery with french doors to match the same style as the property, slightly out of the ordinary design for us but the end design left the client and ourselves really pleased.

A standout feature for the property.

Orangery and Side Extension in Solihull

Orangery and utility side extension in the heart of Solihull. A great addition to this house. We were involved in this project from drawings to leaving the client with just flooring to lay.

We have allowed the client to now have a great room, filled with light to use all year round with a fully insulated roof and cavity wall.

We pride ourselves on leaving the homeowner a great room which they are proud to show off.

Aluminium Framework

We worked with a builder in the Solihull area to produce a very thin aluminium framework. A clean finish running through the windows into the glazed roof.

  

Orangery in Knowle

We were involved with this project from submitting the planning application to final decoration. Working closely alongside the kitchen fitters, we were able to create this spacious bright open plan living/kitchen space. A great addition to another property.

 

Bi folding doors Knowle

Working alongside a local developer, we supplied and fitted some Accoya bi-folds and window for a party room. A prime example of indoor-outdoor living.

 

  

 

Conservatory In Leek Wootton

The client wanted the look of Oak without having the hassle of movement in the timber. We used Accoya, mimicked the sections of Oak but won’t have the hassle of any movement.

 

 

Timber Bifolds in Ullenhall

This couple wanted their grand children to be able to run between their garden and kitchen as if it were one space, the most effective way to achieve this, was to have bi folding doors.

Orangery near Banbury

With the original property being an old rectory, the homeowner wanted to have a room where she would have plenty of natural light beaming in, unlike the rest of the property. She decided that the best way to achieve this was to have an orangery.

We designed the below orangery, trying to be sympathetic to the original property by introducing Gothic arches and tall windows and doors. We feel the orangery blends in well to the original house.