Oak Conservatories and Garden Rooms
An oak garden room or conservatory can be the same. It generally consists of a pitch roof and glazing to one or more walls.
These grand extensions to your home will stand the test of time.
The air dried oak design will be tailor made with you in mind. Identifying key areas such your lifestyle and what you want from the building, to the direction it faces to catch the most sunlight.
“Vaulted ceilings with room to relax and enjoy the surroundings”
An atrium can be described as “….a large room, often with glass walls, especially in the middle of a large entrance of a building…”
The picture shown right shows how a south facing atrium allows a huge amount of natural sunlight to flood into the hallway.
An atrium is normally associated with either solid or glazed doors.
An interest feature is to slightly extend the atrium into the garden with additional side walls. This creates more space and views all round.
“Natural light from floor to ceiling, creating a grand entrance.”
Oak Roof Work
Many buildings become impressive with exposed roof timbers. Oak orangeries and conservatories can have additional oak beams in the ceiling create a ‘wow’ effect and great talking point.
Depending on your roof make up, these oak beams can be decorative or structural and fully finished prior to installation.
“Oak truss and Oak features, transform this kitchen room making it look spectacular.”
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