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Does Easter feel early this year?

29 March 2018

Does Easter feel early this year? Being this Sunday 1st April, it is in fact only the earliest Easter for the past five years, when it fell on March 31st in 2013.
For those of you that like a bit of trivia, the earliest ever date for Easter was Sunday 22nd March way back in 1818 – this won’t happen again until 2285, some 467 years later! The latest date for Easter Sunday was 25th April in 1943 but we won’t have to wait quite so long for this to happen again, as it will fall again on this date in 2038.

Thinking about Easter at the family home

Thinking about Easter at the family home

Orangery creates space for relaxing/entertaining

Orangery creates space for relaxing/entertaining

The Easter break is obviously a notable point of the year for a number of reasons, not least the 4 day break, which for many people allows some all-important family time. 

The school holidays have commenced and whilst the weather is still not playing ball, Easter is always a good opportunity for a get together with family and friends.

Conservatory ideal for busy family time

Conservatory ideal for busy family time

Easy access to the garden and some great views

Easy access to the garden and some great views

Of course, entertaining might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but the best occasions always come about from good planning. Having adequate space to host a meal or simply a relaxing drink is obviously a key factor.

One of the many benefits of an orangery or conservatory is the sheer versatility of living space that is created. Anything from a kitchen extension to a dining room, from a relaxing space to fit a sofa and favourite chair through to a home office or simply somewhere to read the newspaper over a coffee: the list is endless. Whether it’s an oak extension or a painted garden room, we can design a space that will add to your lifestyle and will become the room you spend most time in at home. 

Versatile living space with this oak orangery

Versatile living space with this oak orangery

Space for a sumptuous sofa or favourite chair

Space for a sumptuous sofa or favourite chair

Take a look through our Case Studies for more examples of what can be achieved and some further inspiration. Don’t forget, we offer a complimentary design consultation, where one of our experienced sales designers will come and visit you at home and discuss your ideas and aspirations in person.

Full height windows allow in natural light

Full height windows allow in natural light

French doors provide quick access to the garden

French doors provide quick access to the garden

If it’s going to be the rainy and cold Bank Holiday weekend that’s promised, why not sit back with a copy of our brochure and visualise yourself relaxing in a David Salisbury conservatory or orangery? Whether this Easter feels early or late – it is a “moveable feast” after all(!) - we wish you a happy Easter and a relaxing Bank Holiday weekend. 

Posted under 'Company' by Barney on 29 March 2018

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