Hampton Conservatories timber Orangeries are becoming a popular alternative to a home extension as the combination of a substantial structure together with the luxury of outdoor living is often the ideal blend.
Moreover our wooden Orangeries are a great way of maximising natural light through a roof lantern and look equally well in both traditional and contemporary residences.
Although conservatories and Orangeries are considered by many to very similar there are some big differences between the two glass structures. Orangeries were originally designed to allow people in climates similar to the UK to grow citrus trees and although an orangery is technically a form of conservatory, Orangeries tend to be built with more substantial proportions and include a semi-solid roof.
Bespoke Orangeries tend to be built with more brickwork or wooden sections, usually with full height pillars creating a feeling of luxury and can sometimes blend better with a property, whereas conservatories are still seen more as a garden room due to the large amount of glass they use.
Like any form of house extension, building a bespoke wooden orangery that suits your home is about choosing the right designer for the job. With over 35 years of experience in building luxury conservatories and Orangeries, Hampton's have been trusted by numerous homeowners to create the perfect new living space for their families.
If your project is part of a larger renovation, conversion or self-build proposal and you are thinking of instructing an Architect or already have, we have dealt with hundreds of Architects and have developed longstanding relationships with many of the top architects in the field. So we can create the perfect bespoke wooden orangery that they have designed for you.
From the second you contact Hampton Conservatories about having a bespoke orangery designed and built, we will guide you through the process from initial consultation about your project, through the building regulations and planning permissions involved in building a timber orangery to the final design, installation and aftercare of your new luxury orangery.
One of the most popular reasons to add an Orangery to a property is to extend the kitchen and dining area to make for a more lavish living space. The kitchen of a home is usually one of the more used areas of the property for family and friends to gather.
This makes it the ideal living space to extend and allow more natural light to enter which creates a more pleasant environment to rest and relax while spending time with loved ones.
Extending your home with a kitchen orangery is one of the most practical home improvements you can make according to a lot of the glossy magazine editors and we can help guide you through the process of creating the perfect Orangery that would improve your home.
Hampton Conservatories bespoke Orangeries are fitting for private and commercial clients who reside in listed buildings as well as conservation or heritage areas as they can be sympathetically designed to comply with planning and building regulations.