Westbury Garden Rooms blog
The striking beauty of natural stone is all-pervading in our new collection, a timeless and elegant range of limestone, sandstone, and porcelain floor tiles. Strong, durable, and robust; these quality...
With the warm and sunny evenings now upon us, we've put our own spin on the Aperol Spritz, the perfect drink to enjoy in your orangery this summer.
It's Bring Your Dog to Work Day everyday at Westbury - but today we're using it as an excuse to celebrate our four-legged friends!
James shares some of his memories from the past twenty years at Westbury, his vision for the company's future and what continues to inspire him today.
May 2018 is a special date here at Westbury because it marks our 30th anniversary!
We're celebrating World Baking Day 2018 with a delicious recipe for rhubarb and vanilla cake from The Green Apron.
With our workforce in excess of 70 and rising, each and every member is pivotal in maintaining our standards of excellence.
We’re delighted to announce recent promotions for two of our senior staff members in recognition of the vital role that they play within our daily business operations.
We are reflecting over the fantastic year we have had here at Westbury Garden Rooms in 2017. Here are some of our highlights which we hope you’ve enjoyed reading about...
Westbury Garden Rooms is delighted to have been awarded the prestigious World of Interiors Prize for Excellence at Decorex International earlier this month.
Following our recent 12 month review by Investors in People, Westbury Garden Rooms is delighted to announce that we continue to hold our Silver Award accreditation.
Decorex International is internationally renowned for being the only UK event to discover the finest products from an unrivalled collection of hand-selected exhibitors.
Our projects are centred on excellent design, craftsmanship and service, but don’t just take our word for it. Read the results of our customer satisfaction survey here.
February 2017 marks our sister company's 25th anniversary. Director, Jonathan Hey, explains how the timber window industry has changed.