This traditional conservatory is an elegant addition to a gorgeous estate.
- This traditional conservatory uses Andersen 400-series windows and doors.
- Sunspace Design installed the conservatory to fit a corner of the home so as to enhance the kitchen and dining area.
- We used clerestory windows and copper exterior cladding for flashing and caps.
The clients approached us with the goal of enlarging the kitchen and dining area of their estate style home in the town of Weston, Massachusetts. It was critical that the space fit precisely into an existing corner of the home while aesthetically matching the stucco facade. Per the client’s request, the traditional style of the room was to include classic conservatory elements.
We achieved the desired look by utilizing large windows with a clerestory unit above. We also added crown moldings to the interior which established the classic style the client sought. The room was fully opened to the adjacent space, thereby enlarging the grand kitchen and allowing a flood of natural light to enter the beautiful dining area.
Because the room was opened to the house and therefore became part of the living area, we fully conditioned the space. The use of energy efficient windows and doors as well as high-performance insulated glass ensured comfort. To transition from the interior to the exterior, we installed an outswing French door which allowed easy access to the lovely patio area just outside. The completed conservatory adds space, natural light, and a luxurious dining area to an already beautiful home.
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