Aquatop 2600 chosen for stunning cotswold orangery
This bespoke David Salisbury orangery has helped to round off what is stunning property in the Cotswolds. The eye-catching, dual aspect construction includes several notable features designed to complement the architecture of the home.
The ‘dwarf walls’ were manufactured from a matching Cotswold stone to help provide a joined-up look and ensure the orangery blended into the existing building.
The contemporary shade of Flagstone, from David Salisbury’s own unique colour palette, not only provided a modern finish for the orangery, but it was also chosen for the windows around the property, further enhancing the overall complementary effect.
Underlining the bespoke nature of the project, the two aspects of the orangery are different in terms of size, but share the same external joinery features, with French doors opening out onto the garden in each case.
A square roof lantern suited the smaller aspect whilst a rectangular lantern ensured the larger side was similarly filled with natural light.
To ensure long lasting protection to the timber joinery, the team at David Salisbury elected to use a Teknos coating system.
A system proven to protect against weathering, UV degradation, mould and fungal attack.
AQUATOP 2600’s also boasts enhanced dirt pick-up resistance, due to a very smooth and even surface appearance.
David Salisbury is an award-winning designer and manufacturer of bespoke orangeries, conservatories, garden rooms and kitchen extensions. Built from the finest materials, their glazed timber extensions have helped to transform beautiful homes all around the country for well over 35 years.