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A lounge conservatory offers a calming, tranquil place for relaxing in a property, particularly where the conservatory looks out over a garden or green space.
Whether you enjoy your lounge conservatory with friends and family, or use it as a space in which to escape to and relax in on your own home, a lounge conservatory is most definitely a luxury addition to your property.
Some people decide that their lounge conservatory will be a kids-free zone in the house, while others like the space to be a family room where everyone can play games, have a chat and generally spend time together.
A lounge conservatory usually features comfortable chairs, indoor plants and is well-heated, in order to ensure a comfortable, aesthetically-pleasing room, where you’ll enjoy putting your feet up.
Many styles of conservatory will work well as a lounge conservatory. Where Victorian, Edwardian and Georgian conservatories provide a traditional appearance, modern lean to conservatories, as well as conservatories with completely modern designs, can also be used for a lounge conservatory.
A lounge conservatory does not necessarily need to a house a television. It may be that you would like to keep the lounge conservatory as a quiet room where you can read the newspaper, listen to music or enjoy a morning coffee.
Whatever you decide to use your lounge conservatory for, it will undoubtedly provide a space in which you can feel good and truly relax in the comfort of your own home.
At Orangeries UK, we manufacture a range of lounge conservatories made from hardwood and timber. Our timber frames tend to be a popular choice, due to the fact that timber is hard-wearing and a fairly luxury, yet affordable, product. What’s more, timber conservatories can be constructed in a range of designs, including lounge conservatories.
Timber Lounge Conservatories
All of the conservatories from Orangeries UK are constructed from responsibly-sourced hardwood products, our main hardwoods are sapele, idigbo and oak.
Timber offers incredible flexibility in terms of designing a lounge conservatory, as well as impeccable strength, durability and an aesthetic elegance.
A timber conservatory from Orangeries UK is undoubtedly the perfect choice for a lounge conservatory. A timber lounge conservatory will make a luxury addition to your home, improve the property’s value and add extra-space that is not only peaceful and calm, but will last for years.
Oak Lounge Conservatories
A lounge conservatory made purely of oak offers the ultimate in luxurious living. A stunning addition to any property, an oak lounge conservatory has elegance, class and high-quality appeal.
Oak conservatories work well as an extension for conservation buildings, listed properties and more traditional properties in general. That is not to say though, that modern properties do not look fantastic with an oak lounge conservatory.
Although oak is a more expensive option in comparison to timber conservatories, there are a number of people who opt for oak due to its unfaultable reputation and also for tying in with the style of the rest of the property.
For more information on Lounge Conservatories from Orangeries UK, give us a call on 0843 8868 552.