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.

 

Orangery in Lapworth

This couple wanted a room that they could use all year round, a nice dining room during the winter and sun room during the summer. They have been able to create a room where they can seamlessly flow between their dining room and their garden.

Barn Screen near Wooton Wawen

This couple wanted to replace their old, dilapidated barn screen using Accoya , a strong durable timber.

A bar screen like this would cost between £7.5k – £8.5k

Orangery near Wootton Wawen

This couple wanted to change their old conservatory, for a more solid structure, which can be used all year round. However, they didn’t want a standard orangery with deep fascia’s, they wanted to blend it into the house by having a tiled mansard.

This orangery would cost between £45k – £55k

Bespoke Roof Lights

Bespoke roof lights made for wedding venue in Blackwell.

Roof lights of this size would cost between £4000-£5000

Orangery in Rowney Green

This couple in Rowney Green felt that an orangery would be a great addition to their house, giving them extra living space and somewhere to sit during the summer with the doors open. Originally, this is all they wanted, an extra bit of space. However, 3 years later they decided that they wanted to extend their kitchen, so they came back to us and asked us to extend the existing orangery to create a large, kitchen, dining and living area as seen in the photo’s below, as you can see they have what a lot of people would love to have. Light open plan living, with beautiful views looking over the Worcestershire country side.

 

Orangery in Edgbaston

This couple in Edgbaston felt that an orangery would be the perfect addition to their home, opening up the kitchen and dining area to the garden. The orangery allows this couple to have a much lighter room than they had originally. During the summer the bi folding doors allow them to combine indoor and outdoor living. This type of orangery would be great for a hot summers day, having a BBQ with family and friends.

Orangery in Warwick

This couple in Warwick originally had a dilapidated, double glazed conservatory, that was past the point of repair. So they decided to call us, after a few discussions with the customer, they had decided that they wanted us to build them an orangery, when we got the process started, we submitted planning permission with listed building consent, to replace the existing double glazed conservatory with a new double glazed orangery onto the existing base. However at first the planners had requested that we only single glaze it. After appealing this, they allowed us to double glaze it, which then allowed us to create what you can see in the pictures below. We felt that the final design was very sympathetic with the house and the area of Warwick where the house was.

“We would not hesitate to recommend Traditional Conservatories Ltd to anyone interested in having a new or replacement conservatory, or even better, an orangery”