This period stone farm house on the edge of Bristol in North Somerset was transformed over several orders from David Salisbury, spread over a couple of years, allowing each installation to be staggered, in line with customer requirements.
The centrepiece of the finishing touches to this property is a traditional orangery, painted white and rounded off with Gothic fenestration bars on the windows and doors.
With its full height windows, the orangery provides a panoramic view from the rear of the home whilst the French Doors provide convenient access to the outside. The additional space houses some relaxing furniture, perfect for some family time or to entertain guests.
One of our leading sales designers, Simon Phipps, was on hand to provide expert design advice to the customer through each order they placed.
Starting with replacement timber casement windows, these were bespoke designed, manufactured and delivered on a supply only basis.
Following on from this was an additional order for windows, along with a run of bi-fold doors, which open in the middle and slide back equally, 3 doors on each side. A more contemporary alternative to French Doors, bi-fold doors are the ideal solution for anyone seeking that feeling of indoor/outdoor living that is increasingly in demand and remains on trend.
The clean and simple white paint finish rounds off this project whilst the traditionally styled windows and doors work in harmony with the grey stone of this farm house.
So if you’re looking to renovate your home, whether by adding more space via an orangery or garden room extension, or replacing your wood windows, be sure to consider to David Salisbury: award-winning joinery which will transform your home and living space.