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Inspiration from our ever popular Case Studies

2 August 2019

During this Summer holiday period, when we typically spend more time in our homes, it is often a period when we tend to think about future home improvement projects or adding an extension such as an orangery or garden room.

To some customers, the prospect of a building project like this can seem a little daunting. As market leader in our field, customers often tell us that they chose David Salisbury because they felt reassured by our brand being synonymous with quality and the sheer number of successful projects we have completed over the years.

Alongside flicking through the glossy pages of our new brochure, perhaps one of the most popular sections of our website are our Case Studies, which are being added to on a regular basis.

Latest david salisbury orangery case studies

Adding regular new case studies

Latest david salisbury orangery case study

Showcasing inspirational interiors

Just in this section alone, we have in excess of 125 completed and beautifully photographed projects for you to review and peruse – but that’s just a tiny proportion of our overall experience. Whilst collating the content for our new Listed Buildings page, we found we have successfully worked on well over 1,000 of these historic properties alone.

Handily organised into categories, there’s plenty of inspirational ideas amongst these pages, for different sized projects and design briefs.

David Salisbury orangery kitchen extension exterior

Orangery creates space for a kitchen extension

David Salisbury orangery kitchen extension interior

Stylish kitchen extension a popular design brief

Orangeries and orangery kitchen extensions remain our most popular form of project in general and there’s plenty of inspiration to be found here.

Oak framed extensions continue to be a growing part of our business and the sheer variety of case studies within this section underline this point.

Oak orangeries & garden rooms

Bespoke oak orangery for a smaller space

Oak orangery & garden room

Bringing you closer to the outdoors

As already noted, over the years, we have become specialists in gaining the relevant consents for adding extensions to Listed Buildings – we’re certainly very proud of each and every one of the listed case studies that appear on our website.

Of course, Conservatories still comprise a regular part of our work so there are numerous inspirational examples shown here.

Reflecting our growing sales of Commercial Buildings and timber Windows & Doors, these new case study categories provide further examples of the variety of our bespoke design skills.

David Salisbury bespoke timber windows & doors

Wood windows & doors for the residential market

David Salisbury commercial timber windows & doors

Highlighting prestigious commercial projects

And if all of these is not enough inspiration for you(!!), be sure to check out our Pinterest and Instagram – more and more prospective customers are being inspired to contact us via these channels.

If we haven’t already, we’re looking forward to inspiring you soon!

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Posted under 'Comment' by Barney on 2 August 2019


One of my favorite types of blog post is the marketing   case study – a personalized story of success or failure (or otherwise interesting or unexpected results). As blog posts go, it’s not as easy to churn out as a “top 5” post (ahem), but you can learn so much more from them. It’s often easier to take something actionable away from specific examples and real stories than vague abstractions, so a well-written case study is a great way to get attention and links. As an added benefit, a case study is always unique, whereas standard tip posts are often just reproducing information you can find elsewhere on the web.

Many thanks for your comment Asta - we like to post a mixture of content, combining case studies with Blogs. We're grateful you took the time to read this post and for recognising that we're trying to write something both unique and informative.

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