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Orangeries from Atrium

An orangery is structurally more substantial than a conservatory with a solid flat roof and glazed lantern which is normally central within the roof space. It is a stylish building often with "period" or traditional features and creates an imposing and impressive extra room.

Exterior Views:
Perhaps the perfect orangery link
Perhaps the perfect orangery link Note also the split level roof
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Unlike a conservatory an orangery presents many opportunities to be creative with space.
Unlike a conservatory an orangery presents many opportunities to be creative with space. This building surely makes the most of that versatility to produce a very stylish open plan kitchen and living area.
"Idigbo" is an imported timber commonly used as an alternative to oak. It is more economic and far more stable yet it still has a solid rustic appeal.
Commercial project at Leamore Manor
Commercial project at Leamore Manor Beautiful Orangery dining area
This dual colour orangery has been designed to extend the lounge
This dual colour orangery has been designed to extend the lounge and living area of the original cottage. A fireplace has been formed to the reverse side of the chimney breast to face into the orangery and create a fully working environment.
This orangery in Herefordshire has become a main living room
This orangery in Herefordshire has become a main living room and and now houses a woodburning stove - an extension with style!
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The "detail" of an orangery fascia showing the cast aluminium guttering incorporated into and coloured to merge with the period mouldings of the fascia
With matching stone walls and a roof merging into the slate roof
With matching stone walls and a roof merging into the slate roof of the cottage this orangery fits perfectly into its surroundings.
With matching stone walls and a roof merging into the slate roof
With matching stone walls and a roof merging into the slate roof of the cottage this orangery fits perfectly into its surroundings.
 This orangery built onto a house in Ludlow, Shropshire is modest in size
This orangery built onto a house in Ludlow, Shropshire is modest in size and style but matches its surroundings perfectly.
An average house in the UK is 78 square meters.  This orangery near Clun in Shropshire has a floor
An average house in the UK is 78 square meters. This orangery near Clun in Shropshire has a floor area of 82 square metres.The two sets of bi-fold doors open the building out onto landscaped gardens.
An average house in the UK is 78 square meters.  This orangery near Clun in Shropshire has a floor a
An average house in the UK is 78 square meters. This orangery near Clun in Shropshire has a floor a area of 82 square metres.The two sets of bi-fold doors open the building out onto landscaped gardens.
Orangeries are normally considered to be a "period" design.
Orangeries are normally considered to be a "period" design. This building in Broadoak, Herefordshire nevertheless has a modern contemporary style more suited to modern life
Orangeries are normally considered to be a "period" design.
Orangeries are normally considered to be a "period" design. This building in Broadoak, Herefordshire nevertheless has a modern contemporary style more suited to modern life
A successful design is acheived with seamless integration between the extension and the house.
A successful design is acheived with seamless integration between the extension and the house.
This orangery in Cleobury Mortimer provides the perfect venue for dinner parties.
This orangery in Cleobury Mortimer provides the perfect venue for dinner parties. A combination of light comfort and style which is hard to match.
This orangery in Bromyard has been carefully designed to complement
This orangery in Bromyard has been carefully designed to complement but not overwhelm the stone cottage to which it's attached. Relatively modern contemporary styling helps the orangery blend with its surroundings.
Our customer wanted the orangery to integrate with his farmhouse in a way
Our customer wanted the orangery to integrate with his farmhouse in a way that was perhaps a little "less obtrusive". Note the lead grey glazing caps fitted to the roof which serve to minimise any visual impact of that part of the building. The finials and crestings are never essential.
Our brief was to integrate this building with a existing and somewhat aged front wall.
Our brief was to integrate this building with a existing and somewhat aged front wall. We would suggest this has been carried out rather successfully
An orangery design does not have to be complex or fancy to be effective.
An orangery design does not have to be complex or fancy to be effective. Careful selection of a heritage colour and the bifold doors make this a stylish and effective addition to the house.
This orangery is so much more.  It also creates an impressive entrance.
This orangery is so much more. It also creates an impressive entrance. intro
This "timber frame" orangery with an oak finish is a perfect complement to the oak
This "timber frame" orangery with an oak finish is a perfect complement to the oak windows and doors in the house.
The beauty of an orangery structure is that it can be fitted into almost any space or shape.
The beauty of an orangery structure is that it can be fitted into almost any space or shape. You can see that this building has linked two or even three rooms of the house together and provided a communal leisure area with all the benefits and style that an orangery contributes.
The beauty of an orangery structure is that it can be fitted into almost any space or shape.
The beauty of an orangery structure is that it can be fitted into almost any space or shape. You can see that this building has linked two or even three rooms of the house together and provided a communal leisure area with all the benefits and style that an orangery contributes.
This orangery in the centre of Ludlow, Shropshire
This orangery in the centre of Ludlow, Shropshire was built onto a Listed and somewhat ancient timber frame house. It has been designed to compliment and age with the house. The timber has been treated to avoid any ongoing maintenance. You will also note the very shallow pitch roof (10) so as not to obs
An Orangery is probably the most stylish way of adding another room.
An Orangery is probably the most stylish way of adding another room. Bespoke manufacture ensures the orangery is suitably styled and can be made to fit any situation.
The surrounding patio and path complete this project.
The surrounding patio and path complete this project. This Orangery has a set of multifold doors, yet with the addition of pillasters and "period"mouldings, still appears to be purely traditional.
An orangery as a type of structure imposes less restrictions on how they may be fitted into an awkwa
An orangery as a type of structure imposes less restrictions on how they may be fitted into an awkwa This photo shows a building fitted in-between a boundary wall and a house with part of the house roof encroaching on the orangery. I think you will agree it has, nevertheless, turned out to be a successful project.
We would describe the design of this orangery as classic but with a slightly contemporary feel.
We would describe the design of this orangery as classic but with a slightly contemporary feel. The four part multifold doors certainly add to this.
This Orangery is designed to match and indeed manufactured as an oak timberframe.
This Orangery is designed to match and indeed manufactured as an oak timberframe. Raised above ground level it is accessed from the upper floor of the house. For good measure a rainwater harvesting system is built in beneath the suspended floor.
Period Orangery fitted to an old Vicarage
Period Orangery fitted to an old Vicarage
The Dentil moulding on the Orangery
The Dentil moulding on the Orangery matches that on the house making the Orangery more in keeping with the house
This orangery has pallisters and a projecting front
This orangery has pallisters and a projecting front which add to the natural style of the building
This Orangery is a worthy addition to any house
This Orangery is a worthy addition to any house
Georgian styled orangery to match the house
Georgian styled orangery to match the house
The classic design for an orangery -
The classic design for an orangery - it doesn't have to be white, Heritage colours are always preferable.
Pilasters and roof mouldings add visual substance and style
Pilasters and roof mouldings add visual substance and style intro
An Orangery does not have to be square
An Orangery does not have to be square "Design" is the structural tanslation of your wishes
A regal orangery
A regal orangery for an important and substantial house turning a plain corner into a much loved comfortable space
The devil is in the detail.
The devil is in the detail. For a "period" property the right degree of ornate detailing is critical.
A substantial orangery
A substantial orangery or perhaps more of a glazed extension. Either way it provides stylish extra space.
Orangeries may be designed to match
Orangeries may be designed to match almost any building and provide an economic extension with space and light.
Stone cornered orangery
Stone cornered orangery solid and blending into the house. The "coynes" built into the corner piers were manufactured specially to match the house.
An inside view of an almost finished Orangery
An inside view of an almost finished Orangery showing the light and airy feel. Viewed from the house through a permanent opening linking orangery and house.
A red-brick orangery
A red-brick orangery snuggled into a corner of the house. Simple yet effective linked to the house via a permanent 14ft opening.
An Atrium orangery
An Atrium orangery with large panoramic sliding doors each over ten feet wide leading to an elevated deck.
An orangery doesn't need to be traditional
An orangery doesn't need to be traditional - Glass all round to maximise the view.
A stone-faced orangery with a solid flat roof
A stone-faced orangery with a solid flat roof and raised atrium lantern. A good solution to an awkward corner. A decent "heritage" colour always helps.
A timber orangery from Atrium
A timber orangery from Atrium - a classy home extension. Strictly "period" design not suitable for most houses but essential for some.
A solid, brick-built orangery
A solid, brick-built orangery with gothic glazing bars. A freestanding addition for that special part of your garden.
A comfortable orangery
A comfortable orangery a great way to extend the home with a contemporary orangery by Atrium.
A brick pillared orangery
A brick pillared orangery An orangery can have a modern feel.
An Atrium orangery on the roof of a hotel.
An Atrium orangery on the roof of a hotel. A room with a view, what more is there to be said.
An Atrium orangery on the roof of a hotel.
An Atrium orangery on the roof of a hotel. Oh yes: expansion without losing parking space!
Seamlessly extending the home
Seamlessly extending the home with a classy orangery carefully designed to fit perfectly into its surroundings
A substantial addition to the building.
A substantial addition to the building. This orangery provides a generous living space and brings the garden closer to the indoors.
Style and elegance
Style and elegance enhances the home with an orangery from Atrium Conservatories. The full "Georgian" treatment
A comfortable solid orangery
A comfortable solid orangery gives a spacious, light and airy extentions to the home and conceals that 1970's flat roofed extension.
A welcoming entrance
A welcoming entrance add character to the building with an Atrium orangery .
A classic "period" orangery
A classic "period" orangery
Interior Views:
An orangery is perhaps one of the most versatile of structures
An orangery is perhaps one of the most versatile of structures This building extends the kitchen with considerable style
A woodburner can provide an attractive source of heating for your orangery
A woodburner can provide an attractive source of heating for your orangery intro
Unlike a conservatory an orangery presents many opportunities to be creative with space.
Unlike a conservatory an orangery presents many opportunities to be creative with space. This building surely makes the most of that versatility to produce a very stylish open plan kitchen and living area.
An orangery may be designed for many purposes.
An orangery may be designed for many purposes. This building has produced a private and comfortable TV room well away from the hubbub of family life.
 When considering
When considering "style", simplicity which makes the most of a buildings position often produces th This dining room in a woodland setting has made the best of all aspects.
Commercial project at Leamore Manor
Commercial project at Leamore Manor Wedding and Function Venue
Linked Living Room style of Orangery
Linked Living Room style of Orangery This Orangery was designed to be a little more 'solid' looking than usual.
This orangery in Buckinghamshire replaced the previous tiled roof
This orangery in Buckinghamshire replaced the previous tiled roof extension and created an area with light and style
This orangery in Blakeney, Gloucestershire is perhaps more of an extension
This orangery in Blakeney, Gloucestershire is perhaps more of an extension with style than a conservatory related building but loses nothing in the interpretation.
Orangeries are normally considered to be a "period" design.
Orangeries are normally considered to be a "period" design. This building in Broadoak, Herefordshire nevertheless has a modern contemporary style more suited to modern life
This orangery in Cleobury Mortimer provides the perfect venue for dinner parties.
This orangery in Cleobury Mortimer provides the perfect venue for dinner parties. A combination of light comfort and style which is hard to match.
This "timber frame" orangery with an oak finish is a perfect complement to the oak
This "timber frame" orangery with an oak finish is a perfect complement to the oak windows and doors in the house.
Natural unstained timber has a particular appeal which is hard to beat.
Natural unstained timber has a particular appeal which is hard to beat. Combined with an oak floor and heritage green (Farrow & Ball Pale Powder) painted walls and ceiling this orangery makes a simple yet stylish extension to the house
Internal coving and attention to detail gives this Orangery a classic "period" appearance
Internal coving and attention to detail gives this Orangery a classic "period" appearance
An Orangery is the perfect way to add a stylish extra room.
An Orangery is the perfect way to add a stylish extra room. intro
Style does not mean compromising on comfort as you can see with this orangery
Style does not mean compromising on comfort as you can see with this orangery
Inside view of orangery roof
Inside view of orangery roof Inside view of roof showing rooflights and rafters
Conservatory in style but an orangery structure - this has added a perfect leisure area
Conservatory in style but an orangery structure - this has added a perfect leisure area
Life both inside and outside the orangery was considered before settling upon the final design
Life both inside and outside the orangery was considered before settling upon the final design
How a building is to be used
How a building is to be used is important. Here it is linked permanently to and as part of the kitchen.
If the kitchen is too small build another.
If the kitchen is too small build another. This orangery is certainly one to be proud of. Function, design and style.
Inside an Atrium orangery
Inside an Atrium orangery with breathtaking views. A substantial building befitting a substantial house.
Orangery inside view
Orangery inside view "Tempus fugit" but not in this orangery
Putting some finishing touches to the inside
Putting some finishing touches to the inside of an Orangery with large, clear-pane panoramic windows. Contemporary and strictly modern in design.
An inside view of an Atrium orangery
An inside view of an Atrium orangery - comfortably lived in - and that's the best compliment for us!
The space inside an Atrium orangery
The space inside an Atrium orangery - truly breathtaking and complete with woodburner.
The light inside an Atrium orangery
The light inside an Atrium orangery Lighting fitted into the perimeter plastered ceiling adds that necessary extra style.
A comfortable solid orangery
A comfortable solid orangery The creation of interesting shapes with plenty of natural light.
Orangery roofs
Orangery roofs can make a stylish difference. Here we covered a walkway (The Royal Oak, Welshpool) and added orangery roofs for feature and light - very stylish!

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