Here at David Salisbury, while trends over the past few years might have evolved more towards the orangery style of building extension, a new conservatory is still a hugely popular form of glazed extension around the country.
This painted conservatory in Dorset is a good example of a beautifully clean, classic design complementing the existing red brick property.
Designed by Stephen Carter, who has a good eye for effective but sympathetic designs, the new living space created is the ideal spot to relax and take in the views of the outside or enjoy a morning coffee. Quick access to the garden is provided by a set of French Doors at the end of the conservatory leading out onto the patio area.
Shortly after the new glazed extension was signed off, the customer came back to David Salisbury to order new timber windows and doors for their property. These were designed and manufactured ready to be delivered and installed at the same time as the conservatory to minimise time on site.
Whilst we specialise in award-winning orangeries, our cutting-edge, high tech factory at Highbridge in Somerset is also set up to produce volume windows and doors orders for commercial contracts, such as our recent marquee projects at the Grand Brighton Hotel and the Cliveden Spa refurbishment.
Lean–To CONSERVATORY Design
As a business, we always take great satisfaction in every project we are fortunate enough to work on – but it always feels especially significant when a customer entrusts us with more than one order.
Our central aim is to have a transformative effect on our customers’ lifestyles by improving their homes. In this case, we can certainly claim to have transformed this customer’s home by creating a relaxing new living area and replacing the timber windows and doors.
Designer , David Salisbury Stephen Carter
Stephen has worked for several prestigious luxury kitchen companies over the past 20 years and brings this plus his wider interior design experience to David Salisbury.
Stephen particularly enjoys using his depth of knowledge and creative flair to blend any new project sensitively and sympathetically to any style of home. He likes nothing more than discussing the wider interior design aspects involved.