Long shot of twin gabled garden room with water feature in foreground

Bright & Bohemian Orangery

This orangery extension to a large, manor house in Kent is bathed with light, creating a fresh and bright sun-room. Joining the family kitchen with the home’s amazing, newly-landscaped gardens, this space serves as a dining and sitting area from which to enjoy the great outdoors all year round. The building was designed with a lead roof and parapet, and twin lanterns rather than a pitched tiled roof so as not to obscure the low first floor windows.

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Fresh and bright sun-room with twin roof lanterns
Close up of a silver couloured door handle
White and purple flowers with garden room in the background
Close-up of entablature in Westbury black
Garden room sitting room, designed with a lead roof and parapet, and twin lanterns
Selection of books on a wooden bookshelf
Blue and green coloured hanging lantern
Close up of green glasses on a table in a garden
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