The Orangery has seen a surge in popularity as a stylish and functional alternative to the traditional fully glazed conservatory. With less glass and more structure, an Orangery is a room to be used all year round and therefore more suitable to becoming integrated with the rest of the house, often designed to be a relaxing sitting room or dining area adjoined to the kitchen.
A combination of timber, glass and masonry, an orangery creates a substantial building, featuring fascia, pilasters and mouldings to create a traditional aesthetic, with a roof lantern as its showpiece providing natural light and sky views.
Westbury understand that it is of paramount importance that an orangery, even more so than a general building, should be well balanced with good proportion and scale. Westbury carefully specify each design to ensure planning approval.
Westbury have a wealth of experience working closely with architects and specifiers, providing their expert knowledge of building timber glazed buildings to ensure a successful project every time.
Glazed rooms require special lighting as they let daylight in, but also let the light out at night. Westbury can help you to create the perfect lighting effects in and around your garden room.
By identifying your intend use for the room Westbury can tailor a lighting proposal to suit. They will provide a detailed electrical plan based on your requirements.
In their showroom, Westbury display interior and exterior ranges, both traditional and contemporary that includes box lanterns, floor lights, wire chandeliers and pendants, along with stylish lights to illuminate your plants and garden rooms exterior.
Natural Stone Floors
Stone floors are naturally grounding. It will demand a little more care but are far more rewarding than ceramics. What could be better than walking bare foot on warm stone in the winter and cool stone in summer.
Westbury have fifteen different stones panels laid in their showroom in a garden room setting, giving you a good insight into how they will look when laid in your room.
Created from their passion and understanding of gardens and architecture, Westbury's collection of beautiful colours represents a subtle pallet of tones chosen to complement and contrast, thus giving depth and shadow.
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