Orangeries in Fife and Edinburgh are extremely popular for those customers looking for an extension but with a twist.
An orangery is exactly the type of glass extension that suits not only traditional properties but makes a fabulous addition to any home.
Our orangeries combine classic design with modern technology and create stunning new living spaces that are built to last you a lifetime.
Every home is unique and we’re always happy to work closely with you to ensure your ideas and aspirations for your home, become reality.
Orangeries By Windsor Bespoke
There are a multitude of reasons why our orangeries are some of the best double glazing products you can buy.
Nothing enlivens your home like a house extension, and our products are finely crafted from industry-leading materials in state-of-the-art manufacturing conditions.
If you live in Fife or Edinburgh and want to expand your home, then contact our specialists.
By choosing Windsor Bespoke as your installer of choice, you opt to work with our talented team of experts.
What Are Orangeries?
An orangery or orangeries was a room or a dedicated building on the grounds of fashionable residences from the 17th to the 19th centuries where orange and other fruit trees were protected during the winter, as a very large form of greenhouse or conservatory.
What Is The Difference Between Orangeries and Conservatories
The main differences in construction are the base and roof.
Both styles are usually built on a solid concrete foundation, with orangeries made up of a brick base and flat perimeter roof with a central glass lantern, while most conservatories have floor-to-roof frames and pitched glazed roofs.
Glazed windows are used in both styles to maximise energy efficiency, with larger panels used in conservatories to provide a clearer view of the outdoors.
Orangeries on the other hand are often more imposing structures and help to add a touch of grandeur to a property.
Conservatories are available in a variety of materials including uPVC, aluminium and timber including whereas orangeries tend to be made from timber – although uPVC and aluminium orangeries are also available.
With a higher proportion of glazed surfaces, conservatories let in lots of natural light, making them ideal if you want to spend sunny afternoons looking out over your garden.
This means that many are used primarily as sitting rooms, featuring comfy seating, coffee tables and other relaxing items such as books and music systems.
Closer to a traditional extension of the home and with less glass, orangeries can offer more privacy and can be adapted for use as dining rooms or kitchens as well as sitting rooms or home offices.
With more available wall space, both interior and exterior design can more closely match that of the rest of the home.
What Can Orangeries Be Used For
Orangeries can be used as kitchen extensions, offices and much more. Alternatively you can opt to have them built free-standing and create your own peaceful retreat from the world.
Our Orangeries are all bespoke products, designed to your specification and finished to the very highest standards in luxurious Oak or Mahogany hardwoods.
If you are a traditionalist or just like to stand out from the crowd with something a bit special then an Orangery could be the perfect option for you.
Windsor Bespoke Orangeries Features
- Attached to your home or free-standing
- Oak or Mahogany hardwood
- Insulated walls and flooring
- Thermally efficient
- Available in any RAL colour
- Tempered or laminated safety glass
- Bespoke design service
Orangeries Fife and Edinburgh
Get in contact with Windsor Bespoke today for a quote for your bespoke orangeries. We look forward to hearing from you.