A Feeling Of Dining Outdoors In Your David Salisbury Orangery
11 August 2017
Who doesn’t like dining outdoors? Evoking that feeling of being on holiday or enjoying some time with family or friends.
Unfortunately the vagaries of the climate in this country mean that the opportunities to do this are sometimes limited. Certainly it feels like it has been a Summer of two halves so far – with the nice weather seemingly disappearing as soon as the children break up from school.
Of course, there is another way of enjoying this dining time, with a feeling of the outdoors, and that is via an orangery extension from David Salisbury. Whether it be painted or perhaps rustic oak, you can take in that feeling of being outdoors that only a glazed extension can bring to your property.
Allowing views of your garden, along with vast amounts of natural light, you can equally share this feeling via a conservatory or garden room. Bi-fold doors are a great example of a design feature that provide easy access to the outside – as some of these photos well illustrate.
Nowadays, it seems the chance to sit down and enjoy and a meal is more and more restricted by other demands on our time. Recent research suggests more than one in five families only sit down to eat a meal together once or twice a week. And 40 per cent of families only sit down together to have a meal three times a week. But there are multiple reasons and studies which underline the importance of us enjoying some time eating together as a family.
And that is what a David Salisbury orangery or oak building extension is all about it – enjoyment for life. Whilst we like to underline the precision quality of our manufacturing and that our expert team of sales designers, spread around the country, are ready to provide a complimentary design consultation, it all comes down to enjoyment.
We want your new orangery to provide you with many years of relaxation and enjoyment. Whether it be spending time eating a meal, or simply taking in the views of your garden on a rainy day, we will make sure your lifestyle is carefully considered during the design process – and leave you with a feeling of being able to dine a little closer to the outdoors.