The New Forest was granted National Park status in March 2005, and now covers approximately 220 square miles of Hampshire and southern Wiltshire. The area was famously named a Royal Forest in the 11th century by William the Conqueror and the landscape has remained largely unchanged for thousands of years. Key locations such as Brockenhurst, Hythe, Lyndhurst, Beaulieu, Burley and Lymington provide a perfect rural environment within which to live.
With such inward investment and residents truly focused on laying their roots in these idyllic settings , Rococo have been lucky enough to work tirelessly in the region for since the early 90’s !
Since our inception, Rococo have worked on numerous conservatory projects , however, in more recent times the trends seems to be with customers who are developing new properties or re vitalising existing buildings . This is often achieved by using architectural aluminium to deliver a more modern and contemporary appearance, or in-order to maintain their rural and historic charm, more natural products such as; sliding sash windows or storm evolution’s timber alternative products are a perfect substitute.
The New Forest to Romsey by car is only 10 minutes away. Have a drive down up and come for a coffee or tea in or showroom to see the products we have on offer.
Visit our showroom in Romsey for a friendly, no pressure discussion about your home improvement.
Our impressive showroom is the perfect setting for a fantastic array of products, displayed in all their splendour.
Please call ahead to book a time slot with a member of our team.
Our showroom is open :
Saturday appointments are available with our design consultant at 10.30 am, 11.30 am and 12.30 pm and they get booked up very quickly. So please don’t hesitate to give us a call today !