If you are interested in fashion, design and interiors you may have already heard the term ‘quiet luxury’ being used. This is an up-and-coming trend and is positioned to take over in 2023. An orangery is the ideal setting to explore this aesthetic fully.
What Does Quiet Luxury Mean?
This style is centred around investment pieces and thoughtful purchases as it’s about understated elegance, refined simplicity and serenity. The key to this is high-quality materials and expert craftsmanship – two things that we always deliver!
We have years of experience in this industry and have forged fantastic relationships with all of our suppliers, which means we know that the materials that we source are always up to our high standards. When we take on a new job, we are the only company that you will be dealing with, giving you the reassurance that only well-trained individuals will be involved in the design and build. Furthermore, you won’t end up paying any higher prices that come along with subcontracting jobs!
The quiet luxury trend gives you a range of options when it comes to the materials that we use and the style of orangery that you want. You could choose a more modern aluminium frame that offers clean, crisp lines, or you may wish to opt for brickwork that perfectly matches your current home, giving the impression that the structure is a part of the property that has always been there. Whilst these looks are very different from one another, they can still be styled to match this up-and-coming trend.
Why Has It Become Popular?
There has been a steady shift over the past years in consumer values as individuals are moving away from fast fashion and disposable décor in favour of sustainable, meaningful purchases.
There is also much more focus on wellness and mindfulness than there used to be and people are realising the impact that their surroundings have on their mental health (visit this previous blog to learn more about the health benefits of the natural light that an orangery lets into your home). The quiet luxury aesthetic promotes a calming, relaxing space, a kind of sanctuary, and that is exactly what we can create for you.
Creating A Quiet Luxury Orangery
So, how do you bring the quiet luxury style into your orangery?
Materials – Invest in quality materials both in the build of the structure and in your interior design choices. A classic oak frame would pair well with natural upholstery on your furnishings, such as linen, cotton or wool. We can guarantee that, when you work with us, all of the materials that we use will be of the highest quality.
Colour – Your bespoke orangery can be styled any way you choose, but if you like this look you may wish to opt for a neutral colour palette, including greys, soft whites and muted shades.
Craftsmanship – Our orangeries are built to last and you can be sure of excellent craftsmanship when it comes to the build. Make sure you apply the same high standards when choosing your furnishings.
Simplicity – With a classic wooden or modern aluminium frame, keep the design simple. Follow the shape of the existing property or opt for clean, sleek lines.
Get In Touch
Are you ready to create your own sanctuary of quiet luxury? Then get in touch on 01926 810291 for a no-obligation chat about what you are looking for.
If you would like to know more about the process, this case study gives you a step-by-step guide through everything you need to know.