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Georgian orangery extension to period property

Georgian orangery adds character to this 17th century period property

Case Study #20

This charming solid roof dining room orangery is a stylish place for entertaining friends and family. It links to the house with a kitchen annexe and pantry with a separate rooflight.

This beautiful brick property is decorated with a variety of window styles including two two-storey canted bays and ogee-headed sash windows with Gothic traceries.

The principal elevation faces north and the requirement was for a cosy solid roof dining room orangery which would create a stylish place for entertaining friends and family.

Owners wanted to make this an open plan area off the living room and also incorporate a small kitchen annexe which would make serving drinks and food seamlessly easy.

Before project picture
Floorplan for Georgian orangery extension
Dimensions : 8.5m x 5.6m
Colour : Earth (Exterior), Porcini (Interior)
Internal viww of orangery extension
Small kitchen within an orangery extension
CLose up of roof lantern within a kitchen

Although north facing, the kitchen is flooded with light from the rooflight above.

The gothic arched glazing bars within the door panels match those on the front of the house.

The design features one set of four folding doors and one single door, which link the gardens and home together.

Close up view of column and window details on an orangery
CLose up of georgian orangery extension

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