The kitchen is the heart of the home. Because it’s where we cook, dine and entertain, most of us would like to have more space in our kitchens. By installing a kitchen orangery, you’ll create more open plan space and a lighter, more open area to dine and relax. Whether you’re considering extending your existing home built in a period style or are attaching a kitchen orangery to your modern new-build, Orangeries UK can help with both kitchen orangeries and kitchen conservatories.
Our design team will help seamlessly integrate your kitchen orangery into your kitchen to best utilise space, creating bright, open plan space as part of your orangery extension. Of course, creating a space that’s beautiful is, important too! We can help create visuals to help you plan your orangery and will offer our expertise in terms of styling in order to create a kitchen you absolutely love.Below are just some of the features of our kitchen orangeries:
If you are looking for DIY Kitchen Orangery kits for self-assembly, we can supply ready-to-build kits directly to your door. We offer trade prices on bulk orders and for traders who are return customers. Our kitchen orangery kits are easy to setup and install and are used frequently by builders, architects, interior designers, home builders, property development companies and more.
If you are interested in our trade products or DIY kits, please contact us to see how we can help you.
Below are just some of the colour options we offer, we offer a complete range of colours including a colour matching service.
If you are looking for a stunning, luxury design / style then look no further. We make all of our orangeries from scratch, which allows you to customise the shape, size, height, roof lantern options and much more.
Below are just some of the style options that we offer. For inspiration or to see what projects we’ve been working on, have a look at our orangery gallery. If you have any questions about shape, style or size, please don’t hesitate to contact a member of our team today. Browse our galleries and case studies for our open plan kitchen orangery projects – we’ve designed & built thousands of kitchen extensions in premium hardwood for homeowners across the UK.
A kitchen orangery can combine a more open plan space with integrated kitchen units as part of the design. The requirements for a kitchen orangery will be different as there will need to be considerations for electrical installations, vents, plumbing and more. Our designers will also make recommendations on windows, doors, and roof lanterns for your new kitchen extension.
It’s no secret that as a nation, we spend a lot of time in the kitchen.
Recent estimates show that we spend roughly four hours and 13 minutes cooking each week and spend a further one hour and 38 minutes a week washing up and cleaning the kitchen. If we spend nearly six hours a week in the kitchen ( roughly 24 hours a month!) shouldn’t it be a space we enjoy?
While kitchens were made for cooking, many of us also choose to use the kitchen as a place for socialising. Whether it’s having kids at the kitchen table while they do homework or guests around your central island as you prepare cocktails at a dinner party, the kitchen is often used as a central gathering point. Indeed, the kitchen is viewed as the “heart of the home” and by installing an orangery and moving your kitchen inside of it, you’ll maximise space and be able enjoy the company of family and friends more comfortably.
We can custom create your orangery to your specifications. If you’re purpose-building a space with a kitchen in mind, we can develop a space that utilises space, maximises light, and that is functional. Maybe you want south-facing windows to maximise the amount of sunshine you enjoy, or perhaps you want a large open-plan space to create a kitchen-cum-diner. We can help with both. Our experts will offer advice every step of the way, from design through to planning permissions.
While a typical kitchen renovation can disrupt your daily life, the installation of a kitchen orangery extension is different. You’ll be able to continue using and enjoying your current kitchen while the new extension is being built. What’s more, orangeries are less expensive than other home extensions and the design and building process takes less time as there are fewer planning permissions required.
Any addition of square footage to your home can increase the value of your property. This is especially the case when adding on a kitchen. In fact, some experts believe the addition of a kitchen can add an estimated value of 11 percent to the property. That’s roughly £33,000 to the average UK home!
Orangeries can be designed in both contemporary or more classic, traditional styles. Regardless of the style you choose, we can guarantee that the finished product will fit with the overall architectural style and design of your home. For modern kitchen orangeries, we can show you examples of projects that introduce clean, crisp lines, floor-to-ceiling glass panes and bi-folding doors. For more classic designs, we can show you examples of projects that incorporate oake or timber, decorative roof lanterns, and Farrow and Ball paint that complements colours present in the existing property.
Of course, you can create a completely customised room as well!
Our experts can assist with everything from conceptual design to the finishing touches. Of course, we always take into consideration planning permissions and the installation of electrical and plumbing. We see the project through from start to finish so that, in the end, you’ll have a fully fitted and functional kitchen space.
Whether you have an existing orangery that you want to transform, a kitchen you want to repurpose and retrofit, or a new-build that you’d like to add an orangery to, our experienced team of professionals can help.
To discuss a project, get a quote, or to have general questions answered around extensions, living spaces & more, please don’t hesitate to contact us today. Remember, we design, manufacture and install kitchen orangeries. We also provide DIY kitchen orangery kits.