A New Year
Our wealth of experience has shown that this time of year is a great time to consider the addition of a luxury conservatory to your home.
Be ready for the year ahead with a new Wintergarden
When the first conservatories appeared in well-to-do homes of the 16th century, they were designed with the purpose of protecting (or conserving) exotic and tropical fruit plants during the winter months. This is where the alternative word orangery derives from.
Today, most homes can benefit from luxury conservatories. With the prospect of longer evenings and brighter weather ahead, now is the time to put a plan into action and order a new conservatory, Wintergarden, or bi-fold doors that you will be able to enjoy in the months and years to come.
Additional Living Space
Historically, a home conservatory was used during the summer months as they were too cold for use in the winter. Today’s conservatories are quite different and diverse; with their energy efficient glass, a design can be beautifully created to provide additional practical and a bright living space that can be enjoyed ALL year round.
That additional space can help bring great flexibility into your home; be it a garden room, a kitchen, a dining room, study or perhaps a swimming pool, the options are endless.
Some Wintergarden illustrations to show flexibility of use, creative design and quality products
Transform your home
Any form of extension will add value to your home and makes sense from a financial perspective, but a Wintergarden brings so many additional benefits. There really is no downside, so why not take a look at the types of Wintergarden on offer and begin your home’s 2019 transformation? If a Wintergarden is not quite what you are looking for, there are alternatives
At The Caulfield Company, we like to do what we can to help fight off those winter month blues, so please contact us for a free consultation.
We love what we do here at Oak Field and are committed to excellence. An Oak Field is an enduring tribute to its owners’ good taste, uncompromising standards and zest for life.