Orangeries with Stone & Masonry
UK, Ireland, Europe & North America
Bespoke orangeries can be built from a range of materials, with beautiful results being achieved through a perfect blend. Glass coupled with traditional stone can produce a stunning, luxurious aesthetic; an orangery constructed from a mixture of hardwoods, stone and masonry can be a beautiful statement feature to add to your home. The ideal mix of materials is different for every project. Our expert designers at Hampton Conservatories have years of experience in crafting the perfect combination.
Orangeries constructed from stone and masonry provide a solid and usable structure that holds consistent temperature throughout the year, resulting in endless possibilities for the use of the space. Bespoke orangeries can be utilised as a kitchen, extra living space, a home office or even a children's playroom. However you plan to utilise your orangery, you can be confident that it will be a bright, cosy, and sophisticated addition to your home.
A bespoke orangery is a beautiful addition to any home. Utilising stone and masonry within the build is an ideal way to respect and complement the existing architecture, ensuring the extension fits seamlessly into the original design of the property. Here at Hampton Conservatories, we’ve created many structures using a perfectly crafted blend of masonry and stone that is in keeping with the local area. This is a great choice for your orangery if you aim to represent the environmental, cultural and historical context of your surrounding.
Do you think a stone and masonry orangery is the right fit for your project? Contact us today to speak with one of our experts.
Hampton’s Award Winning Quality
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Trusted Build Quality
“Working with Hampton Conservatories has been fantastic from start to finish. They have guided us through the complete process and we’re delighted now with our beautiful orangery. It looks as good as the day it was finished.”
– Mr Smith, London –
Chateau Conservatory in the South of France
The creation of a traditional conservatory adds an extra dimension to this French courtyard
16th Century Stone & Masonry Inspired Orangery in Jersey
This 16th century inspired design seamlessly complements original building through using local stone replicate