This bespoke orangery is a classic example of why good design is not all about size.
A traditionally designed orangery has been seamlessly installed to blend in with the existing modern home and create a link between house and garden.
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At approximately 13 square metres, the footprint of this orangery is smaller than average but the compact size does detract from the finished look in any way – far from it: the design is perfectly balanced and sits neatly in proportion with the rear of the host building.
This is the latest in a long line of eye-catching designs from Dan Featherstone, one of David Salisbury’s most creative sales designers, who still hand draws and watercolours his initial drawings for that really personal, intimate touch.
The before and after photos in the slide show above really illustrate the transformation the rear of the house and garden has undergone with the addition of this bespoke orangery. The new extension is full of natural light, which is augmented by the beautiful and bright stone flooring.
Twin sets of French doors provide convenient access to the beautifully landscaped contemporary garden – during warmer months, these doors can obviously be left open to create that sense of indoor/outdoor living that only a glazed extension such as an orangery or garden room can provide.
Dan chose a shade of ‘Slipper White’ for the orangery, from our own unique colour palette, to match the existing property’s exterior doors and windows.
Great design, great teamwork, happy customer: perfect result.
If you’re thinking about extending your company with a bespoke orangery or garden room, talk to David Salisbury: our award-winning orangeries are backed up with an paralleled support team of joiners, surveyors, project managers and customer service staff – a clear point of difference from most other companies operating in this market.
Photo Credit: Dan Featherstone
Designer , David Salisbury Dan Featherstone
Dan has been in the conservatory & orangery industry since 2003, starting life as a concept artist watercolouring proposals by hand and moving into sales quickly, as he enjoyed the challenge of designing a beautiful structure from every different design brief. This beginning made him appreciate the smaller details and the impact they have when designing a structure to complement the host building.
Dan arrived at David Salisbury in 2016 and has enjoyed being part of the team over the last few years, successfully designing a wide range of fantastic projects. From lovely little quaint spaces to vast structures, every project requires individuality to make it belong and so no two projects are the same.