This year’s Centenary Chelsea Flower Show in London saw Hampton Conservatories exhibit an orangery which was awarded a certificate of Merit for outstanding presentation.
The orangery featured some of the new detailing that our designers recently developed during a brainstorming session in New York. To date, the majority of decorative window patterns have been achieved using true divided lights. The exhibited room featured simulated divided lights with a very slender moulded profile to suit historical buildings. Other features included new security hardware, a new library of period mouldings and details, a lower profile roof line and lighter roof rafters. We hope you will agree that the visual effect is very pleasing to the eye.
The orangery interior was designed by Barclay Interiors, who provide luxurious interiors and exclusive fine furnishings.
Mandarin Stone who are renowned for their unparalleled selection of quality natural stone for the home and garden, once again dressed the floor area of the Orangery choosing a stunning ‘Milan Tumbled Limestone’ to compliment the Colonial style interior of the painted garden house.
Throughout the week of the Chelsea Flower Show, visitors examined the outstanding design, detailing and finish that exemplifies the Hamptons’ commitment to quality. Experienced Design Consultants where on hand to provide inspiration and information on all aspects of planning and implementing a Conservatory project.
Hampton Conservatories, who recently celebrated their 30th year of manufacturing, consider The Chelsea Flower Show a key element of their marketing. It is an incredibly high profile event that attracts visitors from all over the world.