Edwardian with Livin Room Section in Bourne End

Edwardian with Livin Room Section in Bourne End

Edwardian with Livin Room Section in Bourne End
Edwardian with Livin Room Section in Bourne End

Project Overview

  • Location: Bourne End
  • Project Tags: Modern, Livin Room, Patio, Bi-Folding Doors
  • Customer: Mr & Mrs Knight

Mr & Mrs Knight approached Crendon Conservatories with a view to expanding their useable living space.

Following on from a consultation with our design team, we decided on a Livin Room style extension, incorporating stylistic aspects of an orangery whilst still maintaining the valuable light and functionality of a conservatory.The features of the Livin Room involve internal plastered framework around the roof to give add insulation to the space and makes it feel like a more solid structure.

The large brick piers and solid interior walls further detract from the concept of a typical conservatory and give the room a very solid feel. The large Ultraframe roof also allows for a massive amount of light to enter into the adjoining living room, whilst reflecting heat, allowing for the room to be utilised in all weather conditions; giving a cosy extra living space in winter and a beautiful garden room with the doors open in summer. The addition of LED downlighting and internal plastered walls give the room a further sense of belonging to the property.

​The following team members worked on this project:

Richard Warner: Project Manager
Peter Golding: Sales, Design and Planning Applications
Kate Harris: Local Authority Applications
Jay Cooper & Ash Anderson: Installation of Frames and Roof
Les Warner, Matt Wakelin, Rob Wheeler & Ian Warner: Base Preparation and Build
Barry Smith: Electrics
OE Plastering Services: Plastering & Finish