Designing an effective orangery often means focusing attention on the internal layout, shape, size and design. But the external design can be just as important. Especially if you want to increase the curb appeal of your orangery, and make your orangery a key design feature. But what are the different options for external orangery design features? Well, here at Inspired Spaces, we are Manchester’s leading orangery experts. We install fully flexible and custom build sun rooms and orangeries, designed to suit your home, and your specific requirements. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about external design features for your orangery.
What are the most effective external design features for your orangery?
External design features for any orangery can include a number of different options, such as:
- Glass design- the glass you use for your orangery can become a key design feature. Glass design can include frosted glass, checkered or patterned glass, leaded glass, or standard glass, but you should choose the option that most effectively suits your home and property style. For example, for a Victorian period property, you could consider using leaded glass to give your orangery more character and personality, to more effectively capture the character of your home.
- Frame design- orangery frames can be made of a range of materials, including timber, aluminium and UPVC, which can also be designed to look like metal or timber depending on your preference. As a result, you can use this to create an external design feature, adding character and personality to your new orangery.
- Decorative fascias- The external vertical faces of the orangery roof area can feature a decorative fascia. This can be timber or timber effect, or can even be made from the same material as the rest of the frame. Bespoke fascias can add style and a unique feature to your property.
For more information or for professional advice about your new orangery get in touch with the team today, here at Inspired Spaces.