Elevate your orangery with stunning glazing designs!

You may want an unfettered expanse of clear glass throughout your Orangery; however with such a large expanse of glazing, many people like to ornament the top windows, doors or side panels with gorgeous glazing designs which add a stylish twist to your home.

Taylorglaze offers an exclusive range of double glazed units, available in bevelled, coloured and leaded glass designs.

Bevelled glass in top lights gives the appearance of depth and substance, so adding additional gloss to your beautiful new Orangery.

Coloured glass in a variety of shades can be added to the borders, side panels or positioned in the centre of the unit, see our gallery for inspiration.

Your Orangery glass panels can also feature assorted traditional, diamond or Georgian leaded patterns across the whole surface or at the edges to create a lovely visual detail.

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Elevate your orangery with stunning glazing designs!

Orangery shapes

You may be wondering about the diference between a conservatory and an orangery. The primary difference between the two lies in their roofing. A conservatory is characterised by a predominantly glazed roof, while an orangery typically boasts a solid perimeter roof with roof lanterns to allow natural light in.
Gable
Georgian
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Gable

A gable conservatory, also known as a gable end conservatory, is a type of conservatory design by Ultraframe UK. Unlike traditional conservatories with sloping roofs, a gable conservatory features a front roof that remains upright, resembling the end of a house. This distinctive architectural feature is the reason for its name, the gable-end conservatory style.

Georgian

A Georgian conservatory is a type of conservatory designed in the architectural style of the Georgian era. It is characterized by a high, sloping roof that creates a stunning vaulted effect. This design allows the conservatory to be filled with natural light, making it a bright, airy, and uplifting space.

Lean To

A lean-to conservatory is a straightforward extension style that provides a cost-effective way to increase your home's space. Instead of a larger, double-hipped roof, lean-to conservatories feature a flatter, sloping roof that inclines between the house's roofline and its wall.

T-Shape
T-Shape

A T-shaped conservatory is named after the shape it forms, resembling a long structure with a smaller section extending from the center. This configuration is achieved by blending various conservatory styles, with the elongated part typically following a Victorian or Georgian style, and the smaller section adopting Victorian, Georgian, or Gable design elements.