Under Glass

Glass Conservatories

Oak Leaf Conservatories proudly presents some of our custom conservatories created under Glass

Inspirations under Glass

Two story height gives a grand appearance externally and internally and permeates the entire kitchen wing with light. The octagonal configuration provides a panoramic view of the extensive estate gardens from all aspects of the open-plan kitchen.

Dining Room Extension

Dining under glass in the magic of the garden where the outside is a constant invited guest. Colorful Hermes china and Baccarat crystal add formality. Oversized antique mirrors, fresh flowers and fruit trees echo the garden at the doorstep.

Conservatory with Colour

Brush aside the white wicker and flowery-chintz palette that’s a conservatory cliché. Rich, warm tones of terra-cotta, plum and pomegranate adorn the eclectic furnishing and finishes. This habitat blurs the line between indoors and out.

Indoor Pool Enclosure

A glazed extension of the indoor pool enclosure embraces the sunbathers year round on the pool deck. Glazing to the ground, intricate roof structure and interior aquamarine color produce a majestic and memorable conservatory.

Restaurant Extension

An enchanting restaurant is testament to the innovative design possibilities. The Gothic inspired design with pairs of round corner columns and colorful leaded glass fulfilled the owner’s aspirations to provide a memorable dining experience for their clients.

Garden Folly

Some of the more exotic expressions of our work start as a dream of a special place. This flight of fancy allowed our designers and craftsmen to show what they can do without design limitations.

Conservatory Pool House

The cabana room conservatory offers a vantage point overlooking the serenity of the pool and extensive grounds. The intricate glazing fenestration and color scheme blend seamlessly with the main house.

Conservatory Linkway

A conservatory linkway joins the master suite to the main house. The nautical motif leaded glass in the clerestory is in keeping with the water view enjoyed in passage. A coppered cupola provides the correct proportion with adjoining structures.