Choosing your conservatory colour

When it comes to choosing the right colour for your aluminium conservatory, our experienced design team are here to help you with the decision. We will spend time with you to make sure that your final conservatory colour is right for you and your surroundings, creating a harmonious balance between your garden and home. 

Aluminium conservatory with bi-fold doors and matching doors

If you are creating a room with a view, imagine sitting inside your conservatory looking out. By choosing a soft subtle colour, your eye will easily drift into the view beyond, whereas a white frame can be strong and stark, holding your attention more than the view.

Another consideration is dual colour where you can choose a different colour for your internal and external frame, which may be useful in some circumstances. 

We have a palette of colours for our National Trust Greenhouse Collection from the fauna and flora of our surroundings in the National Trust’s Harting Down, which over look our base on the  Hampshire/Sussex border, and many of our conservatories have used these colours to great effect.

You may find your perfect colour in this collection, but if not we can guide you through a vast selection from classic shades of white through to muted greens and greys, dark green, browns – the choice is limitless.

Once the colour is chosen, the frame is powder coated in our factory which is then baked in our paint ovens to create a tough durable end result. Our paint team are highly skilled in delivering a consistently superior and uniform finish that is regularly tested to ensure we meet and exceed the all-important industry standards.

“Most important, the use and arrangement of colour enable us to create beauty and harmony and to express our own personal taste.”
Pantone book of colour, Abrams

National Trust colour palette

Chalkhill Blue
Sussex Emerald
Wood Sage
Downland Stone