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The Best Luxury Conservatory And Summer House Designers

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Upgrading your garden for the heatwave? Here's our list of the finest designers to transform your outdoors

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Luxury conservatories, orangeries and summer houses were all at the top of our wishlists last year when our summer holiday destinations were our back gardens. But as flights slowly open up again, the trend for upgrading your garden to an Eden-worthy paradise is here to stay. Ready to start planning the conservatory or summer house of your dreams? Here’s our list of the finest luxury conservatory and summer house designers to get started with. 

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  • David Salisbury conservatory

    David Salisbury

    There’s a reason Somerset-based David Salisbury is the first choice for the most opulent, design-led garden houses. Balancing traditional elegance with contemporary comfort and style with restraint, its conservatories and garden houses complement period and modern properties alike. We most love its heritage orangeries, which are a dream space to spend sweltering Great British summers in with the doors thrown open, and the perfect finishing flourish to a showstopping garden.


  • Westbury Garden Rooms orangery

    Westbury Garden Rooms

    With over 30 years’ experience, Westbury Garden Rooms designs, plans and manufactures bespoke garden rooms, conservatories, orangeries and pool houses. This bespoke orangery for a Grade II listed property in Surrey is a typical example of its work – seamlessly blending in with period details and enhancing the original characteristics of the property. A timber roof lantern allows plenty of natural light, while antique iron brassmongery nods to the property’s Victorian architecture.


  • Alitex

    Marston & Langinger by Alitex

    Marston & Langinger (which is part of Alitex) creates some truly breathtaking glass conservatories and summer houses, but there’s more to its designs than meets the eye. The team combines engineering expertise with architectural skill for bespoke glass buildings which are as expertly built as they are beautiful. Additionally, each project is tailor made to incorporate environmental consideration, ensuring sensitivity to the land and surroundings.


  • Vale Garden House conservatory

    Vale Garden Houses

    A family business established almost 40 years ago, Vale Garden Houses is based in Lincolnshire but you’ll see examples of its work all around the country in some of the most breathtaking English properties. Luxury orangery design is its bread and butter, with a wealth of roof, interior and construction options to choose from. Vale’s bespoke service caters to every project, no matter how imaginative or opulent. You’ll just as likely find one of their magnificent designs on a pretty rural cottage as you will a sprawling Scottish castle.


  • Hampton Conservatories

    Hampton Conservatories

    A leading designer of luxury conservatories and garden houses, Hamptons Conservatories has impeccable credentials and awards from the Royal Horticultural Society and Chelsea Flower Show to prove it. Working both in the UK and internationally, its bespoke projects are full of flair and style – whether you’re looking for a bijou town house conservatory or a sumptuous, wedding cake addition to your Belgravia villa.


  • The Caulfield Company conservatory

    The Caulfield Company

    This pint-sized standalone garden house has won our hearts (just imagine how cosy it would be in the winter, lit with candles and layered up with blankets). The Caulfield Company is the conservatory designer behind this petite project, but it also works on larger bespoke and contemporary projects. Its ‘turn-key’ service takes care of the whole project for you – from planning permission to interior design and the final clean.


  • Farrow & Jones

    If you think you need acres of space to create a beautiful, statement-making orangery think again. We love this project by Farrow & Jones, which is typical of their space-saving orangery solutions which can be neatly tucked into tricky areas to create better architectural flow (as well as a beautiful, light-filled interior space). This petite Cotswolds project leading out into the garden would be the perfect place for a scullery kitchen.


  • Mozolowski & Murray conservatory

    Mozolowski & Murray

    Conservatories and garden rooms can be a brilliant solution to create more space, but they can also completely transform the exterior of your home and elevate beautiful period house facades to the next level. This bold design by Mozolowski & Murray transforms a single-storey gabled cottage, enhancing its best architectural features and creating a space which melts into outdoor surroundings. Established at the end of WWII, Mozolowski & Murray are masters at creating bespoke designs across a range of projects large and small, from porches to Bothy garden rooms and commercial projects.


Main image: David Salisbury


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