"Bespoke Pine Softwood Orangeries & Conservatories from £8995"

Pine Conservatories and Orangeries make a fantastic addition to any home. They will not only add value to your property, but will create a practical space which can be comfortably used all through the summer and winter. Orangeries are also sometimes called “garden rooms” as they quite often extend a home out into the garden, and give excellent views of the surrounding space.

Luxury Pine Conservatories & Kits

Extensions built from prestige pine softwood

Orangeries UK manufacture luxury orangery and conservatory structures from beautiful pine softwood materials which add that unique look and feel. From living room orangeries to kitchen conservatories, we provide and install bespoke structures or provide DIY kits for your own installations.

  • Made to measure
  • Designed to your specifications
  • High Quality Hardwood (FSC Accredited)
  • Curved Glazing Bars & Decorative Features
  • Bespoke Framework Style & Design
  • Hundreds of Colours & Wood Stains
  • Beautiful Architectural Features
  • High Quality Security Features & Multipoint Locks
  • Single, Double & Triple Glazing Options
  • Pilkington Activ Self Cleaning Glass
  • Superb Thermal Efficiency
  • Short Lead Times from Design to Manufacture
  • Comes As A Complete Kit (We can install on request)
  • Treated & Refined Oak (ROT / Mould Resistant)


     
Prices / Costs

Because our Pine conservatories and orangeries are so bespoke, we only quote prices from. If you would like an accurate price then get in contact with us to get your free no obligation quote. Our pine structures start from £8995 and the cost depends on the size, shape and style of your chosen product.

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Trade & Kits

We can supply pine conservatories and orangeries at trade prices or in bulk volume. Please get in contact with a member of our trade team to discuss your trade project requirements. We can provide for single projects, large scale products, new builds, property renovations, listed property renovations and much more.

We also frequently supply to glazing and conservatory installers around the UK.

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

Pine Conservatory 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





Structure Shapes, Styles and Sizes

If you are looking for a bespoke structure to extend your home then look no further. We make all of our conservatories 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



More About Our Pine Products

An orangery is a particularly good choice for a kitchen or combined kitchen / dining room extension, but whatever the intended use, you can’t beat the elegance and versatility of timber. Commonly used are the low cost timbers Pine and Redwood. These timbers are light in both colour and weight, and have a wide, open grain structure which is very distinctive. Pine conservatories are not naturally very durable, so the wood must be treated with preservatives in order to extend its durability for outside use. A pine orangery or pine conservatory can be painted in a solid colour or in a translucent stain which will show the grain of the timber. The next step up from a softwood orangery or softwood conservatory in terms of quality is to choose a hardwood conservatory. Hardwood comes from deciduous trees and the types of hardwood used for building conservatories and orangeries are more durable and beautiful than comparable softwoods. Sapele hardwood is often called “African Mahogany” as it bears many similarities to mahogany – it is a similar rich dark colour and the grain structure looks almost identical. Because of its strength, durability and beautiful appearance, sapele timber is often used to make high quality furniture and musical instruments such as acoustic guitars, as well as being the standard choice for our conservatories and orangeries.

The ultimate timber choice for an orangery is oak. Oak is one of the most durable timbers and has an unmistakable grain and rich colour which is best suited to rustic or farmhouse-style homes. We only use high-quality solid European Oak in our conservatories, there are no veneers involved as with some cheaper products. As such, oak is also the most expensive timber we offer, but we also offer a low cost alternative in Idigbo timber. Idigbo can be stained in a range of different colours designed to imitate oak timber including “light oak”, “mid oak”, “antique oak” and more. When inspected up-close you will notice that the grain of idigbo timber is different from the grain of oak, but from a short distance, when stained in the right colour, Idigbo and oak can look very similar. Some of our previous customers have even installed our Idigbo windows and doors within an outer frame of rustic oak and without looking very close-up it is difficult to tell the difference.

Whatever your timber choice – whether you want a pine or softwood orangery or conservatory, a hardwood orangery or even solid oak, we can provide you with the guidance and expertise necessary to see your project through to completion.

Related Information

Read about: The Advantages and Disadvantages of a Pine Conservatory

"Bespoke Pine Softwood Orangeries & Conservatories from £8995"

Pine conservatories and orangeries make a fantastic addition to any home. Not only will they add value to your property, they’ll also create a practical space which can be comfortably used all through the summer and winter. Orangeries are also sometimes called “garden rooms” as they quite often extend a home out into the garden, and give excellent views of the surrounding space.

What is Pine?

Pine has been used in British households for decades; you’ll find this classic softwood in Victorian homes especially – they’re often used as window frames.

Whatever type of conservatory you’re looking for, be it a gable fronted, lean to, Victorian or Edwardian., we’ll design and build the perfect pine conservatory for you.



Pine can be a more cost-effective solution and has the benefit of being a renewable, carbon-neutral material, which is expected to more and more of a key factor in the approaching years.

Why Choose Pine Conservatories?

A wonderful addition to your home, a pine conservatory is often the most popular softwood used by Brits these days – and has been for many moons now. Whatever it’s used for – from luxury customised households to space-saving apartments – pine is, without a doubt, one of the most popular timber woods around.

Not only is it versatile, it’s also easy to paint – and easy on the eye. Did you know this attractive timber is one of the few environmentally-friendly woods used in conservatory construction? The more expensive oak and other softwoods, such as red cedar, are also kind to the environment.



Being a natural wood, pine has an ageless quality. It’s a classic material that’s never become out-of-date - nor is it ever likely to. Better yet, it can age beautifully to give an even deeper charm to the property. Seeing as nearly all conservatories border a garden, its natural appearance makes it more look more uniform with its outdoor surroundings.

Beautiful Pine Conservatories for Sale

As well as building gorgeous custom-built conservatories, we also take care to install our pine orangeries and conservatories with the up-to-date window and door technology to make sure you appreciate the comfort of your conservatory - with the peace of mind that yours is built to last.

We supply and fit pine conservatories in Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Birmingham, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Cornwall, Devon, Derbyshire, Dorset, Essex, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Herefordshire, Kent, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, London, Middlesex, Norfolk, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Suffolk, Surrey, Sussex, Somerset, Warwickshire, Wiltshire, Worcestershire.

Popular Pine Conservatories


Many folks believe the first conservatory of the period was the octagonal-styled Victorian conservatory. Interestingly, it was the pine lean-to conservatory - which has been used in homes over the last 150-or-so- years.

Modern names have been given to the different types of conservatories to make them sound more appealing. Ironically, these new brand names are incorrect, e.g. ‘Victorian conservatory’ has been the name given to the aforementioned octagonal or multi-faceted conservatory.

Another example is the Edwardian conservatory or Georgian conservatory – the real name is hipped roof conservatories.

Another is the name ‘Edwardian Conservatory’ or ‘Georgian Conservatory’ being given to hipped roof conservatories.



Benefits of a Pine Wood Conservatory

Pine is a supple, inexpensive material which is why it’s great for building conservatories. Its durability makes it tremendously popular. Its versatility allows numerous design possibilities, such as sliding door hardware to improve the look and uniqueness of the conservatory and, consequently, the property as a whole.

Here are just some of the advantages of pine wood conservatories...

  • The glass panels and lightly coloured pine wood will make the connecting room feel much brighter and more roomy
  • Because pine has a natural pale colouring, it blends perfectly with other light colours
  • Lighter woods like pine will help to create a lighter, brighter conservatory om which you’ll want to spend loads of time in
  • Pine is one of the least expensive woods you can buy, whilst remaining solid and sophisticated
  • Although pine is soft in colour, it still has a gorgeous grain while the dark design of this grain contrasts attractively with the lightness of the rest of the wood
  • Its consistency and grain adds intensity to the appearance of the furniture, without making the space feel diminutive or overcrowded in any way
  • Pine is obtained from forests which are grown sustainably, so that when one pine tree is cut down another is planted as a replacement
  • Pine is a wonderful choice for anyone wanting to create an aesthetically pleasing conservatory for their home without harming the environment
More About Our Pine Products

An orangery is an excellent choice for a kitchen or combined kitchen / dining room extension, but whatever the intended use, you can’t beat the elegance and versatility of timber. Commonly used are the low-cost timbers pine and redwood.

These timbers are light in both colour and weight, and have a wide, open grain structure which is very distinctive. Pine conservatories are not naturally very durable, so the wood must be treated with preservatives to extend its durability for outside use.

A pine orangery or pine conservatory can be painted in a solid colour or in a translucent stain which will show the grain of the timber. The next step up from a softwood orangery or softwood conservatory in terms of quality is to choose a hardwood conservatory.



Hardwood comes from deciduous trees and the types of hardwood used for building conservatories and orangeries are more durable and beautiful than comparable softwoods. Sapele hardwood is often called “African Mahogany” as it bears many similarities to mahogany – it is a similar rich dark colour and the grain structure looks almost identical.

Because of its strength, durability and beautiful appearance, sapele timber is often used to make high quality furniture and musical instruments such as acoustic guitars, as well as being the standard choice for our conservatories and orangeries.

Oak Orangeries

The ultimate timber choice for an orangery is oak. Oak is one of the most durable timbers and has an unmistakable grain and rich colour which is best suited to rustic or farmhouse-style homes. We only use high-quality solid European Oak in our conservatories, there are no veneers involved as with some cheaper products.

As such, oak is also the most expensive timber we offer, but we also offer a low-cost alternative in Idigbo timber. Idigbo can be stained in a range of different colours designed to imitate oak timber including “light oak”, “mid oak”, “antique oak” and more.

When inspected up-close you will notice that the grain of idigbo timber is different from the grain of oak, but from a short distance, when stained in the right colour, Idigbo and oak can look very similar. Some of our previous customers have even installed our Idigbo windows and doors within an outer frame of rustic oak and without looking very close-up it is difficult to tell the difference.

Whatever your timber choice – whether you want a pine or softwood orangery or conservatory, a hardwood orangery or even solid oak, we can provide you with the guidance and expertise necessary to see your project through to completion.