If you are looking to make a bold statement or to subtly enhance the design of a period property then take a look at our beautiful bespoke conservatory options. We promise it will change the way you live and enhance your home.
We specialise in the construction and supply of high quality, bespoke conservatories designed to add a beautiful and enchanting touch to any property. Let in more natural light with our prestige design range which features conservatories in many different styles including Victorian, Edwardian, Contemporary, Modern, Traditional, Classic and many more.
Our most popular conservatory extensions include:
Our prestige design range caters to all your design needs whether you are looking for a contemporary finish or have a period home we have the conservatory design that’s the right fit for you.
The demand for bespoke wooden conservatories in the UK has increased for a variety of reasons. Due to the Covid pandemic, families are enjoying more time at home and want to get the most out of their properties. For example, if you work from home you may want a room in the house where you can enjoy more natural sunlight. Having a conservatory will ensure that you have more light-filled spaces where you can enjoy your time at home – whether it’s a living room conservatory, dining room conservatory or office conservatory – it is sure to add that extra ‘wow’ factor to your home.
Many property owners prefer the premium look and feel of a hardwood conservatory over conventional UPVC. Thanks to advancements in Wood treatment hardwood conservatories are now more durable than ever, requiring little maintenance and lasting just as long as UPVC.
We manufacture conservatories using premium quality wood, below are the types of wood we manufacture from (both hardwood and softwood).
Timber is a popular choice as it is cost effective, versatile and has a premium look and feel.
Learn more about our Timber Conservatories.
Oak is a premium, high-quality wood that is used for upmarket, prestige conservatories. Oak is more expensive but is incredibly durable and adds an impressive touch to any property where installed.
Learn more about our Oak Conservatories.
Pine is another premium hardwood, known for its grain and visually appealing appearance. Pine is not such a common choice but offers a wide degree of styling and staining options.
Learn more about our Pine Conservatories.
We offer a free quotation based on basic specifications that you provide including size, frame material, colour and design features, glass options and any other specifications that you may have. Learn more about our Conservatory Costs.
On average, a conservatory costs between £18,000 – £20,000 to design, manufacture and install. If you’re looking for less expensive options, consider a small, Supply Only conservatory built from uPVC. With a budget of £12,000-£15,000, you might consider a small, Supply Only hardwood conservatory. Read more about our Conservatory Costs.
We can supply conservatories to traders, installers, architects, project managers, property developers and more. Our trade conservatories can be supplied per project or in volume. Thanks to our design and instructions, our conservatories can be erected quickly and without expertise in conservatories or conservatory structures. Thanks to our straightforward click and connect framework our conservatories can be set up quickly.
We can also supply conservatory kits in bulk for various projects.
Below are just some of the colour options we offer, we offer a complete range of colours including a colour matching service.
The cost of a conservatory varies, depending on the materials used, its size, and whether or not installation is required. While we’ve done our best to provide accurate numbers, below you’ll find GUIDE PRICES ONLY.
For your reference, the prices listed in the ‘Build/Install’ column include the cost of designing, manufacturing, supply and installation. The prices in the ‘Supply Only’ include the cost of design, manufacture and supply, but not installation.
In order to provide the most accurate guide possible, we’ve created tables with prices based on the materials used.
Use our conservatory cost calculator to see how much your ideal conservatory could cost.
If you’re looking for a conservatory roof solution, our joinery can design and manufacture a replacement conservatory roof to your exact specifications. If your existing conservatory roof has suffered from damage, weathering, age or other environmental factors then we can help. Our conservatory roof systems can breathe new life back into your conservatory, or they can give it a whole new look. Some people simply do not want to replace an entire structure because of a failing roof, this is where we can help. We offer glass roof and solid roof options that will enhance your living spaces.
Learn more about our conservatory roofs.
If you’ve taken the major step to add a conservatory onto your home, congratulations, you have made one of the best decisions you could make to improve your comfort and home life.
The hard work is behind you, you’ve picked your conservatory style, figured out where you want it sited, but now you have one more decision to make: what flooring should you put down in your conservatory?
Our conservatory flooring ‘buying guide’ will assist you in choosing the right flooring.
Learn more about conservatory flooring.
Before installing a conservatory you need to find out what planning permissions you require.
Under new regulations that came into effect from 1 October, 2008 adding a conservatory to your home is considered to be permitted development.
So you’ve decided on your new conservatory and can envisage yourself relaxing in the sunshine, reading the newspaper and looking out over the garden, the next step is hiring the builders, and of course, checking whether you need planning permission. Planning permission is mind-boggling for most of us, and if we’re honest, a little inconvenient. However, your perfect conservatory isn’t too far away.
Contact us and find out more about planning and permission.
If you have a large detached property, you can use the space to create a home that you can be proud of. One of the best design options available to you is the p shaped conservatory – which combines Victorian style with contemporary functionality.
Orangeries UK is a specialist in p shaped conservatories. We’ve helped many households make the most of their space by introducing stylish elements from Victorian and Edwardian design while using modern architecture to retain the proportions of your property.
Our designers understand how to use available space to enhance p shaped conservatories without compromising your garden area.
Elegant Conservatory style is always going to be popular, and of all the conservatories we offer, gable-fronted models embody classical design. The Georgian style is still present in our modern garden rooms, and they’re a fantastic option if you enjoy traditional style but want to add contemporary elements.
The Gable fronted conservatory is different to most designs because the roof stays upright instead of sloping to the centre. People like this design because it resembles a house, which is perfect if you’re a fan of traditional designs.
We offer a range of gable-fronted conservatories for customers with all kinds of budgets and can work with you to create a perfect design for your budget.
If you’re looking for a minimalist style, lean-to conservatories offer a streamlined look, perfect for contemporary homes. We offer stunning designs for various house types, including bungalows and properties with limited exterior space.
Regardless of your budget and property size, a lean-to conservatory allows you to enjoy year-round sunshine, irrespective of the season. Also known as Mediterranean conservatories, the glass windows are excellent for trapping sunlight and turning it into heat.
Learn more about lean-to conservatories.
If you’re looking for something extra special for your home we have the highest-quality bespoke designs, custom conservatories are a great way to put your stamp on the property. We offer a range of designs and work to your specifications to create a conservatory that you’ll love spending time in.
It isn’t easy to find your dream conservatory that meets your style preferences and fits the rest of your property, so if you have something specific in mind, it’s time to talk to us about custom designs.
All of our conservatory styles can incorporate special features as optional extras, including leaded and coloured glazing, applied glazing bars including arches, circles or any other designs, roof crestings, finials and pendants, fluted posts, decorative pilasters, roof mouldings, additional trims, quadrants and mouldings and more.
It is also possible to combine several of the above conservatory styles. For example, you could have a “P-shaped” conservatory where the main length of the building is a Lean-to, with one end projecting further from the house with a Victorian-style bay. With our sophisticated modern design techniques, we can manufacture almost any shape, including “T-shaped”, “X-shaped”, conservatories that link one building to another, and conservatories that fit into tight and awkward spaces. Speak to one of our team today for further guidance. Please note that we also manufacture kitchen conservatories which are suitable for complete kitchen installations and townhouse conservatories.