"We manufacture and supply high quality bespoke conservatories nationwide"

Orangeries UK also specialise in the construction and supply of high quality, bespoke, luxury conservatories designed to add a beautiful touch to any property. Our prestige design range features conservatories in many different styles including Victorian, Edwardian, Contemporary, Modern, Traditional, Classic and many more.

Our most popular conservatory extensions include: Timber Conservatories, Oak Conservatories, Pine Conservatories, Hardwood Conservatories and Wood Conservatories.

Conservatories tailored to your exact design specifications



Manufactured in our joinery to your exact specifications

The demand for bespoke wooden conservatories in the UK has increased for a variety of reasons. Many property owners prefer the premium look and feel from 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 as long as UPVC.

  • Conservatories made to your exact size and shape requirements
  • Premium Timbers, Oak, Pine Selected at Source
  • Custom Decorative Curved Glazing Bars
  • Wide Range of Colours & Wood Stains including Iroko, Idigbo, Sapele (See our complete range of Conservatory Styles
  • Complete Range of Architectural Features
  • High Security & Multipoint Locking Systems
  • Single, Double & Triple Glazing Options
  • Pilkington Activ Self Cleaning Glass
  • Superb Thermal Efficiency
  • Short Lead Times
  • We Can Supply & Install Or Supply Self Build Kits
  • Nationwide Delivery & Parts Support


     
Wood Types - Choices

We manufacture conservatories using premium quality wood, below are the types of wood we manufacture from (both hardwood and softwood).

Timber

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

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

Pine is another premium hardwood, known for it's 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.

Conservatory Prices / Costs

Our conservatories start from £7995, however, because conservatories by nature are very bespoke, there are a whole host of costs associated with size, styling and configurations. 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.

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Trade Conservatories & Kits

We can supply conservatories to traders, conservatory 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 setup quickly.

We can also supply conservatory kits in bulk for various projects.

Popular Conservatory Colours & Wood Stains

Below are just some of the colour options we offer, we offer a complete range of colours including a colour matching service.


Iroko

Mid Oak

Mahogany

Oak

Mid Oak

Spanish

Walnut

Idigbo Wood Stains

Iroko

Mid Oak

Mahogany

Oak

Medium Oak

Spanish

Walnut

Sapele Wood Stains

Iroko

Mid Oak

Mahogany

Oak

Medium Oak

Spanish

Walnut

Opaque Wood Colours

Ash

Autumn

Bristle

Cadet

Calm

Ghost

Grove


Ivory

Lawn

lilly

Marsh

Milk

Mist

Moon


Polar

Porcelain

Powder Blue

Sandscript

Sea Green

Seashell

Slate






Some of our Conservatories supplied to customers






Conservatory Colour / Stain Options

Below are just some of the colour options we offer, we offer a complete range of colours including a colour matching service.


Oak

Polar

Porcelain

Powder Blue

Sandscript

Sea Green

Seashell

Slate

Smoke

Snow

Steel

Walnut




Conservatory Shapes, Styles and Sizes

If you are looking for a bespoke hardwood conservatory then look no further. We make all of our conservatories from scratch, which allows you to customise the shape, size, height, roof lantern options and much more./p>

Gable Fronted
Lean To
Victorian

Edwardian
P Shaped
Custom Design



Planning Permission & Design Considerations for Conservatories

There are various things to take into consideration with any Conservatory, Garden Room, Sunroom, Garden Office design, planning permission is another area that should also be covered to ensure the development is fully permitted.

     

Here we answer the question of Do you need planning permission for a Conservatory?



Trade Conservatories & DIY Conservatory Kits

We also supply Conservatories to traders, if you have a trade enquiry please follow the link below or call us to speak to a member of the team.




Additional Information about Conservatories

Orangeries UK also specialise in the construction and supply of high quality, bespoke, luxury conservatories designed to add a beautiful touch to any property. Our prestige design range features conservatories in many different styles including Victorian, Edwardian, Contemporary, Modern, Traditional, Classic and many more.

Our conservatories are made from premium hardwood materials, we typically manufacture conservatories from scratch using Sapele and Oak hardwoods. These timbers can be provided in a number of different stain and paint finishes to achieve the style you want.

You can customise your conservatory design any way you want and we’ll manufacture and deliver it for you. We also have a team of installers who can assemble and install the conservatory for you. Our specialist team includes designers, layout planners, building specialists and more, so if you need a conservatory to fit within an awkward space, or you require a conservatory that’s going to be an optimal fit for the available space then look no further.

If you would like some ideas or inspiration why not look at our Conservatory Gallery, you’ll see some of the previous work we have done based on customer specifications, you’ll also get to see our range of Edwardian, Victorian, Lean to, Gable Fronted and P Shaped conservatories once finished and installed on a property.

Our specialist team can help you take your vision of a perfect home conservatory and turn it into a reality. From creating a bespoke and distinctive design to creating the CAD drawings that take into account existing building design, planning permission and building regulations to manufacturing the product ready for delivery and installation, we can help every step of the way.

Some popular conservatory types include:

Edwardian Conservatories

An Edwardian conservatory usually follows a square or rectangular floor plan. The main thing distinguishing this type of conservatory from others is that the roof is of a “hipped” construction, where two angled hip rafters connect adjacent roof pitches which run at 90° to one another. Conservatories of the Edwardian era also often incorporated decorative flourishes such as finials and crestings to the roof, and coloured, leaded glass. All of these elements can be replicated in our conservatory range if desired, but equally the design can be kept simple and understated for a more contemporary look.

Victorian Conservatories

A Victorian conservatory usually follows a “rounded” floor plan, with an angled bay window at the end. This is also typically what you would see on the extending part of a “P-shaped” conservatory, with the longer part of the building being a “lean to” structure (see below). The roof above the bay window section will incorporate several pitched panes of glass at angles (typically 135°) to each other, with angled hip rafters connecting the adjacent pitches. Victorian style conservatories are great for adding a “classic” feel to a property. They are also roomy, bright and can significantly increase available space within a property.

Lean-to

A lean-to conservatory will generally follow a square or rectangular floor plan. The roof will be of a single pitch, with glass or brick gables at the sides, creating the impression that the roof is leaning against the existing building for support. These are a popular and simple choice and are probably the most cost-effective way to add a conservatory extension to your home. There are some limitations in that with this design of building it is difficult to achieve projections greater than around four metres, as the larger the projection, the longer the glass units and rafters in the roof need to be, and there are limits on the lengths and sizes of timbers available.

Gable-Fronted

A gable-fronted conservatory will also generally follow a square or rectangular floor plan, similar to an Edwardian conservatory, except that with a gable-fronted conservatory instead of a third pitched roof section at the front, there are two pitched sections down the sides, with a vertical triangular gable frame at the front of the building. The gable frame can be a simple triangular frame with a few supporting mullions, or it can be a grand and elegant feature incorporating “cartwheel” or “sunburst” designs, arches, leaded and coloured glass and more. A gable-fronted design provides an opportunity to create something special and unique which will set your building apart and add spectacle to your home.

Lantern Roof Conservatories

A Lantern roof conservatory is one where there is a roof of one of the styles listed above, but with a separate vertical framing section within the roof structure. These look like the top part of the roof has been cut off and elevated higher, with vertical glass framing between the two main pitched roof sections. This design really created a grand and impressive structure suited to the most elegant homes.

Special Features and Other 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 of conservatory, including “T-shaped”, “X-shaped”, conservatories which link one building to another, and conservatories which 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 (plumbing / electrics / heating).

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