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Orangery with Views in Dorset

This painted orangery neatly fulfils the brief of bringing the outdoors closer to the indoors of this stunning red brick property in Dorset.
The latest in a long line of successful projects designed by David Salisbury’s most experienced sales designer, Simon Martin, this bespoke timber orangery has added a wonderfully relaxing living space to this customer’s home.
With double French doors at both sides and at the front aspect of this extension, there is flexible and easy access to the well maintained gardens, whichever way you turn.
The large lantern roof brings in plenty of overhead natural light during the day whilst the full height windows and doors provide great all around views.
This has created a great example of what the very essence of a modern orangery is all about – a seamless link between the existing property and the additional space provided by this form of building extension.
Of course, it does not have to be an orangery that carries this particular characteristic – every David Salisbury conservatory, garden room or oak building is designed to work in harmony with the host building, as the existing property is known.
The key is to work with an experienced designer and a bespoke joinery company that can manufacture with precision accuracy. Every single structure we design and install here at David Salisbury is entirely unique.
Overall dimensions, configuration of doors and windows, choice of paint colour and door hardware – all of this is designed and specified to your precise requirements and to work in sympathy with the architectural features of your home.
Even after 30 years of successful operations, David Salisbury himself is still pushing the boundaries in terms of manufacturing and woodworking technology.
So if you’re considering a quality building extension like an orangery, put your trust in the market leaders.

Simon Martin - David Salisbury Designer

Light & Painted Orangery, Dorset

Designed by:Simon Martin

Stunning views from this light painted orangery