Luxury, Bespoke Orangeries

Your Vision For Your Home.

Our bespoke orangeries are designed and tailored to reflect your dreams and work in harmony with the character of your home.

We craft your surroundings and evolve an enhanced environment that enriches your personal space.

Every orangery we develop is unique, from the windows, doors and lantern through to the brickwork and cladding.  Your orangery will be unlike any other.

Experience a truly personalised addition to your home.

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Over 20 Years' Experience

You need a company you can trust and there is no substitute for genuine industry experience and expertise.

At Rococo, we have been designing and building high quality, beautiful orangeries for over 20 years. We tailor our products to complement a wide range of styles and characteristics and we understand that every project is different.

Our bespoke and comprehensive service is there to support you through every stage. Our professional and highly qualified team of craftsmen will develop the designs, and manage the planning and the build phases. Share your vision with us and we'll bring that vision to life.

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If you're looking for "good enough", you won't find it here. We use the finest materials and products, installed by our experienced and dedicated craftsmen.

Our handpicked products, which are sourced from trusted and established suppliers, are carefully selected to further enhance and complement your orangery.

Let our attention to detail elevate your project to new heights.

 

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An End-To-End Solution

Your time is precious and we want to make sure it is not wasted. Let us manage your project from start to finish.

Once you are happy with the designs, the entire process can be managed by us. We'll arrange for our craftsmen to begin work, we'll handle deliveries and materials but we will keep you informed at all times so that you can monitor progress.

We specialise in giving you complete peace of mind so that all you have to do is sit back and look forward to the end result.

 

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Orangeries : What is the difference between an Orangery and a Conservatory?

What is the difference between an Orangery and a Conservatory?

What's the difference between a conservatory and an orangery?

You’re thinking about getting an extension on your home to increase your living space and provide a room where you can relax, entertain and enjoy your garden, but after a quick online search it becomes obvious there are a number of options to consider, and yet the difference between the two most popular choices; a conservatory and an orangery, remains a mystery to most.

With the heightened popularity of Grand Designs and people now wanting a much more bespoke solution, we think the distinction between the two ought to be made clear to help make your decision that little bit easier. 

When someone says the word conservatory there’s no mistaking what they mean ­ a room with a glass ceiling and walls that allows in optimal light. However, where the term orangery is used much less, the confusion can set in.

The idea of an orangery was conceived in Italy in the 17th century, where some of the more wealthy homes built them to grow citrus trees and protect them from the frosty weather. It’s generally accepted that conservatories followed, the difference being they were used for the protection of shrubs and herb plants rather than fruit.

These days, there are still fundamental differences when it comes to construction and design. Conservatories tend to feel like an additional room, sharing similar design features to the rest of the house and complimenting it in terms of colour and tone. They use minimal brickwork and the glass is separated only by narrow frames, thus making it the ideal solution if you wish to view the garden from a room and have it still feeling like part of the house.

On the other hand, orangeries are designed as a bespoke family room, dining or kitchen extension and add a touch of elegance to a property while subtly blending in with the rest of the house. Being much larger constructions, they traditionally involve lots of brickwork, have large windows, bi-folding doors of aluminium sliding doors and a glass lantern ceiling. Thermally they vastly out perform a conservatory and will be specified to meet and exceed building regulation and heat loss calculations. Unlike conservatories they’re seen more as extensions of the home with an emphasis on luxury.

Both conservatories and orangeries offer flexibility in terms of materials and here at Rococo, designs can be tailored to your exact requirements meaning that whatever you choose, you’ll end up with the perfect solution to make your home feel complete.

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