Kitchen Orangeries | Hardwood Kitchen Orangery Extensions
"Stunning Kitchen Orangery Extensions in Premium Oak, Timber or Pine Wood"

The kitchen is the heart of the home, where you cook, dine, and occasionally entertain, and many of us would like to have more space in our kitchens. A simple way to make this room bigger, lighter, and more open is to install a kitchen orangery, which will give you more floor space, and also add an attractive feature to contemporary or period homes. Here’s why orangeries are an ideal choice for those looking to extend their kitchen.

Seamless Kitchen Integration, Beautiful Design

A timeless, beautiful Orangery crafted around your kitchen

Our kitchen orangery design will integrate seamlessly with your kitchen providing effective space utilisation combined with beautiful design. Our internal design team can help create visuals to help you plan your orangery to fit naturally with your kitchen. Our design team can assist with all aspects of kitchen extension considerations, design planning, styling and more.

  • Fully made to measure (can be made to size around specific Kitchen dimensions)
  • Luxury Hardwoods (FSC certified)
  • Fully customised lanterns
  • Luxury Glazing Bars
  • Completely Custom Architectural Features
  • Diverse Colour & Wood Stain Range & Colour Matching
  • Custom Ironmongery Options
  • High Quality Security Features & Multipoint Locks
  • Single, Double & Triple Glazing Options
  • Pilkington Activ Self Cleaning Glass
  • Excellent Thermal Efficiency
  • Low Lead Times
  • We Can Supply & Install Or Supply Self Build Kits


     
Kitchen Extension Costs / Prices

Due to the bespoke nature of our kitchen orangery products we can only provide costs when we have information around the size, shape, design and other features. Simply fill out the enquiry form or call back form to get a quick 5 minute quote.

Enquiry Form


Kitchen Extension Kits / Trade

Here at Orangeries UK we can provide a full DIY kitchen orangery kit ready for self assembly with detailed instructions. We can also supply kitchen orangeries to trade, please speak to us over the phone to discuss DIY kits / trade prices.

If you are interested in our trade products or DIY kits please contact us to see how we can help you.

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

Kitchen Orangery 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 Stains

Iroko

Mid Oak

Mahogany

Oak

Medium Oak

Spanish

Walnut

Sapele Stains

Iroko

Mid Oak

Mahogany

Oak

Medium Oak

Spanish

Walnut

Opaque Colours

Ash

Autumn

Bristle

Cadet

Calm

Ghost

Grove


Ivory

Lawn

lilly

Marsh

Milk

Mist

Moon


Polar

Porcelain

Powder Blue

Sandscript

Sea Green

Seashell

Slate





Premium Design Options

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.

Gable Fronted
Lean To
Victorian

Edwardian
P Shaped
Custom Design



Kitchen Orangery | Ideas for a Kitchen Orangery

Fancy some design inspiration? Here are some examples of our customers Orangeries where they have been used for a Kitchen / Dining area.


Why install an orangery kitchen?

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’re to spend nearly six hours a week in the kitchen - or roughly 24 hours a month - shouldn’t it be a space we enjoy?  

While we have to use the kitchen for cooking and cleaning, 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 for your latest dinner party, we often use this space as part of our daily life. Indeed, the kitchen often doubles up as the “heart of the home”, and so by putting a kitchen in your orangery extension you can really maximise your return on investment by spending as much time in it as possible.

A kitchen may be a practical space, but that doesn’t mean it has to look perfunctory. We can design an orangery that maximises light, works with the colour scheme and style of your property, and integrates naturally with the garden to fit seamlessly into your home.   


Benefits of a Kitchen Orangery Extension

We can custom create your orangery space to your specifications, so if you’re purpose-building a space with a kitchen in mind, we can develop something that meets your required specifications.

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. Our experts can provide advice on how to maximise the efficiency of the space so that you can enjoy all year round, and we can also assist with information regarding planning permission to ensure your kitchen meets all necessary regulations.

Aside from the personalisation aspect, there are other benefits of having a kitchen orangery. Any addition of square footage can boost the value of your property, and this is especially the case when inputting a kitchen. In fact, some experts believe adding a kitchen can add an estimated value of 11 per cent to the property, or roughly £33,000 to the average UK home. While a typical kitchen renovation can cause a huge amount of disruption to your daily life, an orangery kitchen extension is very different. You can continue to enjoy and use your kitchen while the new extension is being built, which can be a huge relief. If you want to really make the most of natural daylight, why not opt for a roof lantern orangery? This allows the light to flood in which is ideal for illuminating kitchen workspaces.


Find Out More

Our experts can assist with everything from the conceptual design to the finishing touches, taking into consideration things such as the installation of electrical and plumbing to provide you with a fully fitted and functional kitchen space.  

It could be that you have an existing orangery in place and want to transform the space from it’s current usage as a living space, children’s play room or home office into a kitchen. You may also have recently purchased a property with an orangery in place, and want to rejig the layout of the ground floor to better suit your needs and/or taste. At Orangeries UK, we can retrofit kitchens to help you repurpose an existing orangery to suit your requirements, in addition to building a brand new orangery kitchen from scratch.
To find out more about installing a kitchen orangery, call get in touch today.


Simple option
If you need to add space to your home, then your first thought may be to add an extension to your property. However, this can be costly, and means you’ll often have the long process of getting planning permission. Orangeries are often much cheaper than an extension, and certain styles don’t require planning permission, so the process of designing and building them is much quicker.

Increased floor space Increasing the floor space in your kitchen gives you many different design options, and means you can enjoy a bright, uncluttered space. Installing kitchen orangeries could give you space to add a kitchen island, more storage cupboards, or larger appliances. The choice really is yours.

Dining area
If you have a combined kitchen and dining room, then you might find it difficult to entertain in a limited space. Many kitchen diners only have space for a small table, making special occasions and dinner parties impossible. Adding a kitchen orangery means you can have a bigger dining area, with space for friends and family to gather.

Open space
If your kitchen is feeling a little gloomy, then adding an orangery lets in lots of natural light. Orangeries feature large panes of glass, and are usually topped with a roof lantern, so you’ll be opening the room up and making it brighter. You could even add bifold or patio doors to the back of your orangery, which would give it more of a garden room feel, and would be ideal as dining space when you threw a BBQ or garden party.

Traditional or contemporary
Orangeries can be designed in both contemporary or more classic styles, and we’d ensure that the finished product fits in with the overall look of your home. If you are looking for modern kitchen orangeries, then Orangeries UK would be happy to show you some previous designs that have used crisp, clean lines, and floor to ceiling glass panes. Those looking for a classic look could choose oak or timber, and perhaps choose a decorative roof lantern, or have their orangery painted in a traditional Farrow & Ball colour to co-ordinate with their home. Orangeries UK offer a wide range of traditional and contemporary designs, or could even build a completely custom room, the choice is yours. If you are looking for an easy way to extend your kitchen, why not get a quote from Orangeries UK? Simply pick up the phone and call 0843 8868 552 for a free, no-obligation quote.