Orangeries are quickly growing in popularity and now appear to be the preferred option when people consider modern glazed extensions for their home.
They first became popular in the 17th century for growing exotic plants and fruits. Classic Design Window’s Orangeries are elegant, light filled extensions that use well-crafted tall windows.
Whereas a conservatory has walls entirely of glass, an orangery will have side elevations which are partly constructed from a different material such as wood or stone.
A Custom Design Windows Orangery is custom made to your unique specifications, which will give your home a beautiful extension to your living space which can be used all year round.
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Bespoke conservatory designs are ideally suited for tricky sites or just simply for people wanting something different for their home conservatories in Nottingham, Leicester and Derby.
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Our bespoke orangeries offer the ultimate in flexibility and choice. Whether you desire something simple or intricate our experienced conservatory designers will be able to guide you through the whole process, creating the perfect conservatory for your home. You’ll be amazed at how much an orangery will add value and space to your home.
Gable Orangery Conservatories
A Gable orangery can add real grandeur to your home. They date back to the Edwardian style, from which modern conservatories were created.
With a Gable design, the front of the roof doesn’t slope back to the centre, instead, the front of the conservatory stays upright, like the end of a house. This is where the gable style gets its name from.
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A Gable orangery conservatory is square or rectangular in style, like an Edwardian conservatory. This gives you maximum space to plan the interior.
The gable roof provides a grand and stunning impact both inside and out, and the front of the Gable conservatory looks like the rising of the sun – often called a sunburst effect.