A kitchen orangery extension can create a spacious, airy living area that fulfils several functions.
We have found that extending the kitchen is one of the most popular reasons for choosing an orangery extension. Kitchens are often at the rear of a property so this is a common area to link or extend.
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In the past, the standard house extension or a conservatory were the only options to extend the living space. Neither of these options is ideal. A typical single storey house extension can result in an uninspiring space that has insufficient natural light, whilst a conservatory can receive too much sunlight and can feel too exposed for use as a kitchen.
An orangery extension, combined as an open plan living area is perfect as an informal living space. For many, an orangery is the perfect option to expand the existing kitchen and living area into an open plan space as a social hub for the family.
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