Witnessing the change of season from your orangery
6 October 2017
With the stunning sun rise this morning around the country, following a full moon last night, it feels like an appropriate moment to reflect on the change of season.
The farmers have got the harvest in and the leaves are most definitely starting to fall off the trees. The sun feels especially low in the sky during the morning and late afternoon and this can create the most stunning landscapes.
Whilst the temperatures are starting to fall, it seems a shame not to be able to take in these scenes. One of the most obvious benefits of an orangery or garden room, is the great views that full height timber windows and doors can provide.
Adding a painted orangery or oak building extension to your home is the best way to bring a feeling of the outside to the inside of your home. Working in harmony with the immediate surroundings of your home, we always produce designs that are not only in-keeping with your property but provide that all important transition from inside to out.
We can also offer a full range of bespoke blinds and shades for your conservatory or house windows, allowing you to let in just the right amount of sun or shade.
But it is not just windows and doors that allow in the views – our distinctive lantern roofs allow a great perspective of the sky, whilst of course letting in abundant natural light.
Function remains a key part of the design process – in other words, carefully considering how you will use your new extension, whether it be for a kitchen extension, dining or simply relaxing. Whatever the case, we like to think we design and build for “enjoyment.”
Enjoying these autumnal scenes feels particularly opportune at the moment. Doing so from your orangery, oak extension or garden room gives the best of both worlds – a feeling of the outside, whilst retaining the warmth of indoors.
Now the only other thing left to ponder, is it time for tea or coffee? Or something else perhaps? Either way, enjoy the weather today…before it changes again this weekend!