Welcome To Our Conservatory And Orangery Range

The pendulum continues to swing in favour of improving, rather than moving. Householders both regionally, and nationally, are growing their properties with conservatories and orangeries, and according to a recent survey by Moneysupermarket.com, lots are choosing this option so that they have somewhere suitable to work from home.  

Small Loggia Conservatory

You could be in amongst the 31 per cent of people who are extending for this specific purpose, or your motivation could be for a completely different reason. That doesn’t matter to us as TWC has conservatories and orangeries for all intents and purposes.

That’s due to the amount of conservatory and orangery styles we offer. Instead of taking you through them all, here’s a taster of some of our most popular offerings…

Victorian Conservatory

The Victorian conservatory truly deserves its “classic” billing and is exactly how you would expect a quality conservatory to look. It has a very distinctive shape, unmistakable roofing system, and beautiful bay front with either 3 or 5 facets. While it has been around for generations, the Victorian design is just as well-suited to new-builds as it is to period properties.  

Lean-To Conservatory

You don’t need acres of space to extend your home. A Lean-To conservatory is a wonderfully compact design that can add valuable floor space. It may look small on the outside, but on the inside, it’s a whole different story. It doesn’t take long to install a Lean-To conservatory either. Sunrooms are very similar to the Lean-To if they’re more to your taste.

Loggia Conservatory

Seeing a Loggia for the first is a moment you’re unlikely to forget – it will create a lasting memory. Only developed a few years ago, the Loggia was imagined by some of Italy’s best designers, and brought to life by Britain’s finest engineers. Elegantly plastered on the inside, it has gorgeous ornate columns that will leave you with a deep desire to own one.

Tiled Roof Orangery

If a near fully glazed extension isn’t what you want, and orangery may be a better option as much of the extension is constructed using brickwork. This brickwork can help an orangery blend in more naturally with your home setting, and make it appear as though the extension has always been part of the building. For the highest standard of thermal efficiency, include a solid roof.


Lots more information about our conservatories and orangeries can be found on our website and in our Living Spaces brochure. You can get a copy of it here.


Everyone is welcome to come in and browse around our Swindon or Oxford showroom, where our friendly sales team will be pleased to help with any questions you may have.


Want to speak with an Advisor? Give us a call on 01793 781413

Our friendly team will be pleased to help with any questions you may have.

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