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Orangerie were buildings frequently found / located in prestige residences throughout the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. This type of structure was designed to be similar to a greenhouse (glass room) to allow maximum light and warmth into a property which typically grew citrus trees, orange trees & other produce.
An orangery-style extension has been added to the rear of this period property to create a light-filled open plan kitchen for modern living. Sympathetically renovated throughout, the interior has been reinstated with bespoke Georgian style wall panelling with raised moulded detail to recreate lost architectural features.
A bespoke oak orangery extension can be very versatile, with each elevation taking in any combination of masonry, windows, french doors or bi-folding doors. Your lifestyle will dictate the use, but the possibilities are plentiful - a kitchen extension, feature dining room, study, light and airy living room or simply a room to entertain.
Orangeries are usually regular in shape, square or rectangular, they may be placed in isolation on the rear or side elevation of the property, perhaps in the corner of a ‘L’ or ‘T’ shaped return, or on a ‘wing’ as we used to say, or even free standing as a garden room detached from the house.