Orangery Types

Moore Inspiration offer many Orangery Types. Depending on your requirements and necessities, our specialist sales representatives can design anything to suit your lifestyle. From a straight forward extension with a roof lantern, to a stand alone orangery – often referred to as a Garden Room. We manufacture all of our hardwood orangeries ourselves, the most common types being timber and oak.

An increasingly popular orangery type for our clients are modern Kitchen Orangeries. Our Kitchen Orangeries can be built to facilitate a new kitchen or can be used to extend your existing kitchen. If a new kitchen is on your wish list, Moore Inspiration can also help to source these through our trustworthy suppliers. And with our ever growing team we can also quote to install the kitchen.

Garden Orangeries are another popular orangery type among clients. They offer a secluded, separate space, which can be used either for living accommodation, a space for a hobby room or simply a place to retreat to for relaxation.

If you are looking to extend your living/dining room then an orangery is the best way to go. With the added option of a roof lantern – or multiple roof lanterns, a bright and open plan space can easily be created. There are also many alternatives to the simple French door to suit our clients individual needs. We can offer sliding bi-fold doors which can be installed to create a flush finish between the orangery and garden patio. These orangery types definitely suit those clients who enjoy being outdoors in the summer months, and this creates a seamless indoor-outdoor experience. To see a perfect example of a living room/dining room orangery, take a look at this recent project completed by Moore Inspiration : https://mooreinspiration.co.uk/orangery/

Our designers can work with you to produce a set of drawings to your specification prior to the manufacturing process – also a set of CAD drawings should you require these.

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