Case Studies

Our varied projects range from small but elegant entrance porches to larger, more intricate structures, on a host of differing property styles.

Featured case study

Victorian Conservatory

A traditional style Victorian conservatory, with a clerestory window to provide increased height to the room. Attached to a Grade 2 listed property in Lancashire, we worked closely with the local Conservation Officer to achieve a structure that satisfied both our customers…

Orangery Kitchen

Working in partnership with a local bespoke kitchen manufacturer, we created this fantastic orangery kitchen. The roof lantern over the casual seating area floods light into the adjoining kitchen area and the 9 leaf bi-fold doors really bring the outside indoors when fully opened…

Georgian Farmhouse Conservatory

After satisfying the requirements of a very demanding conservation officer, we achieved his approval for this stunning conservatory, which our customer had yearned for, for many years. Attached to a Listed Georgian farmhouse, that had been in the same family for over 100 years…

Glazed Roof Over Pool

A glazed roof over a single lane swimming pool. The `Sapele` timber spars are stained in a rich mahogany stain. The roof glass over the pool is laminated Low E safety glass internally and a solar control, self cleaning glass externally…

Modern Style Conservatory

This was a more modern style design conservatory, attached to a property in a conservation area in the seaside town of Lytham St Annes. On this project, at the request of the customer, we used Accoya ® wood for the first time, over 8 years ago now…

Orangery & Glazed Link

An orangery and glazed link on a grade 2 listed old rectory building on the Pennine moors. The orangery is painted in Farrow & Ball `New White`. The stone dwarf wall is finished with a dressed stone plinth detail to mirror the detail on the old rectory building…

Double Gabled Conservatory

In a long ago age, the cottage to which this double gabled conservatory is attached, was were the head gardener, of a large country estate lived. Situated in the Cotswolds the dwarf wall is built in local Cotswold stone and the frames are finished in Farrow & Balls `French Grey` which compliments the property beautifully…

Orangery in the Ribble Valley

This orangery was installed on a part renovation part new build of an old farmhouse in the heart of the Ribble Valley. Working closely with the client and their builder we achieved this great space with a complicated roof design and gable arch detail with crows feet spokes…

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