Traditional Oak Conservatory
The owners of this 250 year old period property in Kent, with its dark living rooms and small windows, required a room to inject new light and life to the home. Constructed and finished in stained Oak this orangery has architectural interest with its unconventional five sided design. Three sets of French doors open wide to the four acres of landscaped garden allowing a flow of air through the kitchen and into the house. The octagonal Oak roof lantern creates a stunning centrepiece to this informal dining room, creating the sense of eating outside.
Filled with natural light, this orangery has become the centre of family life and the hub of the home.
The service was smooth and very well executed. The designers gave a lot of input to the final design and we placed a lot of faith in them