Bespoke Joinery Manufacturers & Building Restoration - Conservatories & Orangeries

Conservatories & Orangeries

All of our Conservatories can be manufactured in hardwood or softwood and are individually designed. If you are looking for a space to relax and enjoy the natural light then we can create a special hardwood conservatory for you. Each hardwood conservatory is individually designed to meet your desires and blend in with the style and shape of your home.

cons_1Lean-to Conservatory

One of our most popular and classic glazed extensions, the lean-to conservatory is an ideal solution for creating a beautiful sun room to fit easily on to your house. Perfect for linking two sections of the host building, or merely as a bright and airy garden room.

cons_2Octagonal Conservatory

An elegant and spacious structure, the octagonal conservatory is evocative of the typical glass house styles of the Victorian era. Often used as a follow on from sitting rooms, dining rooms and kitchens, the Octagonal is a fitting design for houses of all sizes, shapes and ages.

cons_3Hipped Conservatory

A hipped conservatory is highly versatile in so much as it can often be designed to fit into the apex of houses, thereby using up space that might usually be redundant. Its square sides and broad hipped roof maximise the opportunity for additional living space.

cons_4Gable Conservatory

The straightforward lines of a gable fronted conservatories will complement all styles of buildings. It can serve as a link between two buildings, or be sited to the front, rear or side of the house. Its rectangular shape allows for easy furnishing as a sitting room, dining room or traditional garden room.


Hardwood orangeries can match the character of some properties more suitably than a conservatory with its larger area of glass. This is particularly important with a south-facing extension that will heat up rapidly on sunny summer days. The flat roof of an orangery pierced with one or more roof lanterns, in a matching hardwood finish, will protect the interior from the heat of an overhead sun, and as heat rises, the roof lanterns will provide much needed ventilation while still allowing the area beneath to be bathed in natural light.