Get ready for summer 2016 with a wooden orangery from Orangeries UK
So, the clocks have just gone forward, which has officially started British summer time, and got us all excited for the longer days, warmer weather and summer events.
Although the weather outside might not seem quite so set for summer, there is no better way to start preparing for the summer season than with a brand new orangery from Orangeries UK.
Orangeries UK is part of the Country Hardwood group, who are experts in the home design industry; namely, roof lanterns, orangeries, conservatories, windows, doors and bi-fold doors.
At Orangeries UK, we design, manufacture and provide high-quality, luxury orangeries for a range of properties. Whether you are looking for a family-friendly orangery or a couple’s country abode, we can create your perfect orangery for summer here at Orangeries UK.
Some more information about the wood orangeries from Orangeries UK
Here at Orangeries UK, we maintain that wood is the perfect choice of material for an orangery. After all, not only is it strong, durable and versatile, wood has a naturally beautiful appearance.
Whatever type of wood you choose, you can guarantee that you’ll have an aesthetically-pleasing product. For example, you could opt for oak (if you are looking for a prestigious wood and the ultimate in luxury living) or sapele, and in both cases would have a gorgeous orangery that will last during harsher months.
As a result of their luxury appearance combined with their durability, wooden orangeries are becoming increasingly popular in the UK.
At Orangeries UK, we feel that our wooden orangeries offer only the highest standard of property extension. We use only high-quality, FSC-sourced wood that is treated for durability. Because our wood is ethically sourced from sustainable forests, you can relax in the knowledge that your wooden orangery will be an environmentally-friendly choice of home extension. What’s more, all of our wooden orangeries are elegant and aesthetically-pleasing.
Orangery or conservatory?
When choosing between an orangery and a conservatory, it may be useful to consider that orangeries often feel more like a room than conservatories. This is because they tend to have slightly more brickwork. This makes orangeries the perfect choice for kitchen, lounge or dining room extension.
In general, orangeries are considered more expensive than conservatories, but, in actual fact, this isn’t always true. Where a building has to fit into an awkwardly shaped space, an orangery can be a cheaper alternative, due to the flat-roof design which is more easily made to fit an unusual shape than a conservatory roof.
Garden studios with a range of uses
Garden studios, also referred to as garden offices, garden rooms and garden annexes, have a wide range of uses and can, ultimately, be used by individual property owners however you like.
Garden studios are popular when used as an office, particularly if you work from home, since they provide the perfect space, away from distractions in the main area of your house, and can separate space for paperwork, filing cabinets, computers etc.
What’s more, garden studios can also be used for more practical activities, such as carpentry, sculpting, or perhaps even use as a family activity room.
For more information on our Garden Studios, please visit Garden Rooms