Timber orangeries and conservatories are the number one choice for homeowners who know what a good design looks like. They are the ideal alternative to the benchmark brick house extension. What our company does is create and also install these fine additions for customers across the South East.
Orangeries are very popular home modification projects due to their affordability. Normally, you would introduce one at the back of your house. There, it occupies unused garden space and gives it purpose. Typical uses for an orangery include as an extra office, lounge, playroom, or even dining room. However, it’s also possible to turn them into bedrooms and home cinemas.
There are plenty of benefits if you own an orangery. We’re going to go through some of them here.
That light and airy feeling
One advantage is that they fill your property with a light and an airy aura. They combine all the practicalities you’d find with an extension, including insulation as well as additional privacy. At the same time though, you receive the atmosphere and light of a conservatory. Such a set up will certainly brighten up your days.
Bridge the gap between home and garden
Orangeries are useful for uniting the outside and inside of your house. They almost bring the garden inside, especially if you choose the right doors and glazing. The space is great if you love opening up the house and enjoying your outdoor space. You might favour a classic style or something a bit more contemporary. Whatever the case, stylish outdoor furniture, and an adjoining patio can accompany it.
At Wood & Wisdom, sympathetic designs for orangeries and conservatories are a significant speciality of ours. This is wonderful news for you as they make it easier for you to obtain planning permission. We use Accoya or oak, and throw lantern roofs as well as bi-folding doors into the mix.
If our offerings interest you and you’d like more details, you’re welcome to contact us anytime.