Conservatories and orangeries are similar in many respects, but the best way to tell them apart is by assessing how much glazing is incorporated into the structure. Conservatories are generally made up of over 75% glass in the roof and over 50% glass in the walls, whereas orangeries typically contain less glass, while including more brick in the wall structures. This example displays an orangery, as there is less glass involved than a traditional conservatory.
The roof, patio doors and windows help to transform this space into a brighter, more spacious indoor setting, allowing light to create the perfect atmosphere for all aspects of family life. The owners of this orangery were eager to incorporate patio doors and elegant side panelling to encourage their children to play outdoors, and easy access to the garden through the extension does just this.
Whilst the interior of the orangery is stunning, the exterior must be seen to fully appreciate the hard work and craftsmanship which went into creating this gorgeous structure. This extension benefited from the professionalism and expertise of Trademark, who made the major job of re-roofing a building extension look easy!
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