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Orangeries

If you're looking to add more space to your home then you should consider an orangery. Orangeries first became popular in the 17th century when they were used primarily to grow exotic plants. However, over recent decades they have been more commonly used as stylish extensions. What sets orangeries apart from conservatories is the fact that they are made from a mixture of hardwood or stone and glass, whereas conservatories are almost made entirely from glass. This makes them more practical means they have a more authentic appearance. Orangeries are also suitable for a range of different uses too. For example, they are better suited for use as a kitchen or dining area than a conservatory, which makes them even more flexible.

Due to the fact that orangeries are constructed from a mixture of materials they are suitable for use throughout the year. They make fantastic living spaces during the warmer summer months and cosy and inviting rooms throughout the colder months. The large window areas give you a fantastic view of your garden and really enable you to appreciate the outdoor space.

Orangeries will make a fantastic addition to any home, whether old or new. They are stylish and come in a wide range of different styles and materials, which means that they'll compliment a range of different homes.

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