Balhousie was approached by a customer who wanted to add more space and natural light to their home, while also creating a stylish and functional living area. After discussing various options, the customer decided to go for an orangery extension, which is a popular choice for those who want to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors while staying indoors.
The orangery extension is a type of extension that typically has a brick base and a glazed roof. It is designed to create a seamless transition between the indoor and outdoor spaces, while also providing an abundance of natural light. The customer opted for a hybrid orangery, which means that it combines the features of a traditional orangery with those of a conservatory.
The orangery extension was also equipped with downloads in oak PVC, which is a type of plastic material that is designed to look like wood. This was a great choice as it provides the same aesthetic appeal as wood, without the need for frequent maintenance or upkeep. Additionally, the oak PVC downloads perfectly complement the design of the orangery and help to create a cohesive look.
Overall, the customer was very happy with the results of the project. The orangery extension not only provided them with the extra space they needed, but also created a beautiful and functional living area that they can enjoy all year round. With the addition of the surround pelmet and downloads in oak PVC, the orangery extension is now a stunning feature of the home that will undoubtedly add value for years to come.