Types of Conservatory: Kitchen Conservatory
“A kitchen conservatory is a quirky idea but it works well for a wide range of properties including period properties.”
A kitchen conservatory is, ultimately, a conservatory extension that is primarily used as a kitchen.
Of course, a kitchen conservatory can be designed any way you like. Although, many people choose to extend their kitchen with a conservatory and then use the conservatory extension as the table, or dining room, area.
However you choose to have the layout of your kitchen conservatory, Orangeries UK can provide you with a high-quality kitchen extension that is practical and functional, as well as stylish and in-keeping with your property’s style. The designing and planning of your kitchen conservatory is essential, particularly due to the amount of appliances a kitchen usually contains, as well as the fact that most people prefer to have a spacious kitchen in which to work.
At Orangeries UK, we can help you through the design and planning stages of your kitchen conservatory, as well as adhere to any existing planning permission guidelines and personal specifications you may have. A hardwood kitchen conservatory offers the ultimate in luxurious living. Not only will you have more space in your property for a larger, more social kitchen, our hardwood options, including oak, idigbo and sapele offer a classic and elegant appearance that can help increase the value of your property.
Other aspects of a conservatory kitchen diner that we can assist with is tailoring bespoke windows, bifold doors and ironmongery. Ensure that your kitchen diner follows the same theme as the structure itself. Popular themes include traditional styles kitchens, cottage style kitchens and victorian/edwardian/georgian and elizabethan style kitchen extensions. Many opt for a lean to conservatory for a kitchen extension but this is dependent on the property, available development space and available outside light.
For more information on a kitchen conservatory from Orangeries UK, contact us on 0843 8868 552, or fill out an enquiry form on our website.