Out of the Ordinary
Oak Leaf Conservatories proudly presents some of our custom conservatories created depending on the client’s custom requests.
2 Story Conservatory
The 2-story height is in proportion with this grand listed property. The timber cornice mirrors the house design incorporating a lead lined gutter. Substantial full height columns emphasize the structure while the slim glazing bars provide a delicate effect.
The architect wanted to give the house character. The conservatory achieved this with its bell shaped lead-coated copper roofed cupola with bead board internally following the curvature, and special Victorian inspired lace patterned etched glass in the clerestory.
The creation of this special design was inspired by the existing architecture of the house with its steep pitched roof and Gothic arched gable design. A link way integrates and connects the 2 buildings.
Custom Octagonal Oak Conservatory
Every aspect of the house renovation required meticulous detailing. Conservatory framework, columns, windows and interior ceiling are made of oak to mirror the house features. Gothic windows have leaded glass above. The roof finish is pre-weathered copper.
Mahogany House Extension
Our designers were given carte blanche to employ imaginative ideas. Colored leaded glass and carved brackets mimic the main house features. The interior boasts a natural mahogany finish, built-in planter boxes at the transom level and special solar control glass.
Freestanding Glass House
Curved glass barrel vaulted roofs, majestic height, large expanses of glass and minimal timber components impart a delicate look to this large freestanding glass house. The open feeling is further achieved with bi-folding doors on the garden elevation.
This octagonal conservatory extends the living space with an unobstructed vista of the waterfront in all directions. The special features include fish scale patterned lead work at the eaves, an octagonal glazed lantern and leaded glass in the clerestory.
Heritage Glass and Listed Glazing Bars
The original egg shaped cupola above the elliptical grand hallway staircase was replicated and artfully brought to the present. Sashes angle with laminated Heritage glass and “Listed” glazing bars. The roof and finial are lead covered.