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 and the conservation officers requirements.
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.
French doors to the remaining elevations add to the openness of the area. The frames and lantern were finished in ‘Top Hat’ colour from the Dulux range.
Underfloor heating beneath the large porcelain floor tiles keep the area cosy and warm in the British winter.
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, it replaced a derelict green house that housed a substantial grape vine, which we managed to keep alive and its producing many grapes to date.
Painted in Farrow & Balls ‘James White’ and constructed in ‘Accoya’ wood its a room our customer absolutely adores and practically lives in. It has commanding views of the West Lancashire countryside from every angle.
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.
The steel supporting brackets to the left hand wall have been specially fabricated for the purpose and engineered to reflect the agricultural past of the host building.
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. It still looks as good as the day we completed it, the paint finish looks in extremely good condition, even after so long.
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. The frames have a Georgian bar detail with a gabled peak and a deep frieze fascia with detailed pilasters to the corners.
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. As part of the same project, we also replaced all the windows along the same style.
This orangery was installed on a part renovation part new build of an old farmhouse in the heart of the beautiful 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. The door styles were an offset margin bar and finished in Farrow & Balls `New White`.