Tiled Oak Orangeries

Orangeries make for great living spaces whilst conserving first floor views. A typical Orangery has a glazed roof lantern and glazed elevations. The glazed feature lanterns coupled with bi-folding doors open the home to an abundance of natural light and space.

A Tiled Orangery provides more height than a Traditional Orangery and allows for the characterful oak rafters to be left exposed internally. Externally matching the roof tiles to the original home works in harmony with the existing architecture.

Our craftsmen still use traditional roofing techniques to ensure longevity and a timelessness to all the projects we undertake, which is seldom seen in today’s world. Adopting these techniques allows for the existing and new to blend seamlessly.

Tiled Oak Orangery

Case Studies

6m x 4m Tiled Oak Orangery

Drinking in the views of the local church and its surrounding pastoral landscape, this Oak Framed Orangery sits peacefully amongst the beautiful Gloucestershire countryside.
2.9m x 2m Tiled Oak Orangery

An elegant design such as the Oak Orangery, provides the perfect balance between glazing and structure so that the room won’t overheat and will remain an ambient temperature all year round.
6.7m x 7m Tiled Oak Orangery

This Oak Framed Kitchen Orangery Extension has created a modern multifunctional living space, gaining additional room for much-loved culinary innovations and dining together as a family.
7m x 3.2m Tiled Oak Orangery

A must-have for modern living, this Oak Framed Orangery kitchen extension has created a large open plan space that is now epicentre of the home.
9m x 5.3 Tiled Oak Orangery

Replacing their previous aluminium conservatory, we were able to transform the back of their property with this bespoke Oak framed Orangery.