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spacious orangery addition

An orangery addition and space that creates the feel of continental living

Case Study #23

How a well designed structure and landscaping can change the way your home and garden is used.

The work of Vale was part of a much larger scheme of remodelling the house amidst extensive landscaping, giving the owners a striking indoor/outdoor space.

Our designer chose to work with softer faceted shapes for the garden room to create a contrast with the squares and angles of the existing building. To the left of the garden room, a porch provides a link to the house separated from the living space by internal doors. The window detail reflects that on the house with the exception of two windows to the rear wall of the orangery, which have rounded tops. Two sets of doors open onto two elevations - designed to provide maximum appreciation of the outside.

Picture before orangery extension
Dimensions : 9m x 5m
Colour : Wild Mink (Exterior), Wild Mink (Interior)
Watercolour 1 Outdoor entertaining with an orangery

Floor tiles laid inside the garden room are repeated on the outside terrace, linking the two spaces together.

Orangery with outside living space
View of internal orangery window
The gardens have been designed around the structure to provide little glimpses of the garden room from a number of viewpoints.
View of orangery side entrance

We love how some of our clients have decorated their rooms. The somewhat bohemian style and international influences make this a really interesting space to while away the hours.

Inside bespoke orangery

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