Classic Conservatories

Hardwood Conservatories

Oak Leaf Conservatories proudly continues the British tradition of bespoke conservatories, garden rooms and orangeries using mahogany and high performance double-glazing. Each structure is a unique design with classic proportions, finely detailed to suit individual requirements & existing architectural features.

Traditional Detailing

The high level of detail including raised and fielded base panels, moulded column plinths, fluted columns with mouldings at the transom level and medallions on the column capitals is also mirrored on the interior.

Elegant Garden Room

This gabled conservatory brightens the home providing a relaxed yet elegant garden room, seamlessly blending with the lush English Garden. The client’s personal touches include the custom floral stained glass in the gable and the artichoke-shaped finial.

Lantern Roofs

Double-tiered glass lantern roofs are the crowning glory to the conservatory and adjoining “potting shed” addition to the Greek revival home. The lanterns are detailed like a full size conservatory including columns and mouldings, special glass and motorized windows

Stunning Gothic Conservatory

This unique design compliments the architecture of the existing home with the steep pitched gabled roof featuring Gothic style gable ends, and matching bargeboards and brackets. Large windows to floor level bring it in intimate contact with the garden.

Classic Lanterned Conservatory

The classic lanterned conservatory has a timeless appeal. This style is a testament to both the past and the present. Traditional detailing is preserved while contemporary lifestyle and modern technology requirements are employed.

Leaded Beveled Glass

The raised and fielded mahogany base panels, columns, plinths and mouldings define the structure while the leaded and beveled glass offer a decorative effect as prisms of light fill the room. A short link way connects to the family room.

Symmetry, Scale and Proportion

This strong yet sophisticated design illustrates symmetry, scale and proportion. Double doors are centered on each of the three gabled projections. Interesting niches at the corners are a result of the overall plan.