If you’re undertaking a barn conversion, you might think the addition of an oak conservatory is the perfect finishing touch. Not only will it add valuable extra space to your property, but timber conservatories create a striking focal point and offer loads of aesthetic appeal.
Your kitchen really is the heart of your home and large, open-plan kitchen diners are incredibly popular with families today. However, if your home doesn’t have a large kitchen already, you don’t need to start packing your bags just yet! An oak orangery or conservatory could be the perfect solution and will ensure you achieve the stunning space you desire.
Whether you already have a hardwood extension, or are currently considering the addition of an oak conservatory or orangery to your home, there are a number of extra features you should consider. These finishing touches will really help to make your conservatory a stunning and integral part of your property, enabling it to be used and enjoyed all year round by everyone in your household.
Oak extensions of any kind can completely transform your home, adding fantastic extra living space as well as increasing its value if you come to sell and move on in the future. If you’re currently looking at timber extension options, it’s likely you’re weighing up the differences and benefits of orangeries and conservatories. In fact, it’s a subject we hear and advise on a lot!
If you’re the owner of a 1980-1990’s uPVC conservatory, it might be time to consider an upgrade. Once the height of sophistication and a place to proudly show your dinner guests, uPVC conservatories today are often slightly dreary places that are either freezing in the winter or sweltering during the summer depending on the advice provided.
An oak conservatory provides a fantastic, and highly valuable, extra living space to your home. However, as we move into the height of summer, many people will disregard their conservatory as a room to avoid, assuming it’s an uncomfortable place to spend time during the warm weather. However, there are many cooling solutions which will help […]
Here at Richmond Oak, we design beautiful timber conservatories, orangeries and garden rooms which provide a fantastic – and highly valuable – extra living space to enhance your home lifestyle and property. But who are the people behind the business? How do we work? And what makes Richmond Oak stand out as a leading designer […]
An oak conservatory or orangery will provide valuable extra living space to your home. However, people are often concerned that it will only be usable during months with mild weather – and that during the height of summer, or the depths of winter, it will be either too hot or too cold to use comfortably.This […]
The population is becoming increasingly aware of environmental issues, and is striving to live as environmentally-friendly as possible. As a result, homeowners are turning to sustainable options when undertaking home improvements.Adding a conservatory to your home is a perfect example of this. If you’re conscious of plastic use, and are keen to lower your plastic […]
If you’re thinking of adding valuable extra living space to your home, a hardwood conservatory, orangery or garden room is a fantastic choice. However, homeowners can find the prospect of a potential planning permission application a daunting task. So you might be relieved to find out that conservatories often don’t require planning permission, and when […]
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