Whether you’re waiting for the summer sun to flood your house with heat, or you’re finding the crisp winter weather to be a relaxing addition to your home, orangeries and conservatories have several exciting qualities that can completely revamp your home all year round. However, the creativity and surprises don’t have to stop there. If you have opted for an extension on your home, there is a 99% chance that you can have a roof lantern installed as well. Integrating this stylish feature will add even more excitement to your property, and we’ve put a few pointers together to explain why.Read More
Whether we like it or not, Christmas is fast approaching. It’s time to start planning for the festive season and getting a head-start is going to make your life a lot easier when it comes to the big day. Christmas is a time to connect with family and friends and preparing your living spaces for the inevitable social gatherings is an absolute must. We’ve put together a few pointers on how to make the most of your conservatory this Christmas, and how to take advantage of the luxurious space you have to offer…
Sadly, summer is coming to an end and soon the leaves will begin to fall. As autumn approaches, it’s time for you to reconsider updating the interior of your conservatories. Autumn comes with a flurry of new décor and trends to try out, all of which are very different to the summer advice we’ve given you previously. We want you to prepare yourselves for the colder temperatures, and the cosier nights in, and with these in mind – here are our four ways to update your conservatories for autumn.
Nowadays, architects seek to incorporate their house structure plans with the available outdoor space, to make the most of every part of the design prospects. With cutting edge technologies and materials in mind, the sky is the limit when connecting inside and outside spaces together. Gardens that feature the aesthetics of an indoor living area are often forgotten about, however utilising bi-folding doors, new window designs, orangeries and conservatories can interlock both gardens and homes together in a unique fashion.Read More
Considering orangeries are renowned for their ability to absorb the sun’s heat and light, keeping them cool during the summer months is a topic than can often be ignored. It’s difficult to enjoy the luxurious qualities an orangery has to offer whilst being hot and bothered, so we’ve put together five ways that can cool the place down, making it a relaxing, comfortable place to entertain friends and family in during the hotter times of the year.Read More
If you’re thinking of improving your home with an orangery, now is definitely the time to do so. As summer starts and temperatures rise, what better way to spend time with your family and friends than in a luxurious sun lounge, that interacts both your garden and your inside living spaces at the same time.Read More