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Country house with oak framed orangery

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The owners of this lovely country house wanted to make the most of the afternoon sun flooding their beautiful garden. Adding an oak framed garden room on the back of their home was an obvious choice. The new structure was slightly restricted in height due to second floor windows on the existing house, so they opted for an oak framed orangery, with half glazed walls a semi flat roof and a lantern, which allows the light to pour in through the ceiling. We think brick, hung tiles and oak make a perfect match. This oak framed extension was featured in iBuild magazine.

A semi-flat roof with lantern is a perfect solution when you have height restrictions (5876)

View of the newly added oak orangery from the garden (5875)

The oak orangery is built onto the right wing of the house and looks like it's always been there (5877)

The oak framed structure is glazed on all three sides and features an oak french door (5878)

The glazed oak frame sits on a dwarf wall (5879)

The patio outside the oak framed orangery has an outdoor dining space (5880)

Inside view of the semi-flat oak roof (5881)

The ceiling is supported with oak half trusses and oak ceiling beams (5882)

An oak orangery will allow you to enjoy the views, soak in the sun, but stay in the shade at the same time (5883)

A ceiling lantern lets in the light, but keeps out the heat (5884)