Chelsea showroom - location, location, location
8 February 2019
One of the many great features of an extension like an orangery or garden room is the sheer versatility and flexibility of the space that is created. Whether this be for living, dining, a kitchen extension or simply relaxing, we cater for pretty much most lifestyles.
This flexibility of usage is best underlined by our twin showrooms at The Chelsea Gardener – the well-known and well respected high-end destination for outdoor furniture, garden equipment, gifts, decorations, plants and pots.
Whilst the primary purpose of our traditional, freestanding orangery and contrasting modern garden room (shown here in these photos above) is to act as showrooms for new and existing customers of David Salisbury, they are also available for a number of other uses.
Our striking orangery structure, with its distinctive domed roof lantern, is often used as a location for photo and video shoots. A wide variety of products and businesses have taken advantage of this stunning location, from boutique fashion brands to TV production companies using video to exploit the latest digital marketing technologies.
Both of our showrooms are available to hire for meetings or private evening functions (whether corporate or social) but are perhaps best utilised when we host our regular business networking events. With our partners Grants Blinds and Popinjay Joinery, these evenings always create a lively atmosphere and plenty of inspiring and thought-provoking industry conversation.
We always say to our partners or suppliers that if they need a meeting space in London, whether for a brief catch up or a more formal presentation (like we do when we host our quarterly national sales meetings), then either showroom space can be made available, on request.
We’re looking forward to hosting a well-known fashion millinery brand this Friday 8th February 2019, who are running a photoshoot in our orangery showroom to photograph their new 2019 Lookbook.
We’ll share some of the photos from the day in due course…
Of course, when photography is concerned, it is all about location, location, location.