Case Studies

Over the years, our design team at Alitex have created some beautiful Victorian greenhouses. Below you will find a selection of case studies involving our National Trust Greenhouses and bespoke structures in a range of shapes and sizes. You can use the filters to look at greenhouses by size, colour and style.

Difficult Garden Site with Mottisfont

A Mottisfont Greenhouse for a Garden Transformation

Our clients have had a love of gardening for over 50 years, not only is their spare time filled with pottering around the garden, but one of them even has a part time job as a gardener in a local public garden.
 
Colour: Wood Sage (RAL 7032)
Dimensions: 2.6m x 4m
Style: Mottisfont
The Alitex Greenhouse at THE PIG at Harlyn Bay

THE PIG-at Harlyn Bay

THE PIG-at Harlyn Bay is a real Cornish Gem! Harlyn House is a Grade II listed manor house that has been beautifully renovated yet still has all the original Georgian features.

Colour: M&L Paints Silver Lavender
Dimensions: 3.4m x 8.9m
Style: Lean-to, Traditional
Bespoke Greenhouse

A Bespoke Greenhouse for Events

Our client had a desire to reinstate and recreate the unique wooden Messenger glasshouse that they were lucky enough to have in the grounds of their home, which they moved into around 20 years ago.

Colour: Cream (RAL1015)
Dimensions: Traditional 4.04m x 19.2m
Style: Bespoke lean-to greenhouse
Ickworth for Enthusiastic Growers

An Ickworth for Enthusiastic Growers

After renovating and restoring a farmhouse property, our clients landscaped and redesigned the open spaces around the estate they live on to create a walled garden amongst 500 acres of wild and untouched farmland.

Colour: Wood Sage (RAL 7032)
Dimensions: Ickworth 2.9m x 7.1m
Style: National Trust
Tropical National Trust Tatton Greenhouse | National Trust Case Studies

Tropical Tatton Greenhouse

Our client first heard of Alitex in 2015 when she decided to begin the process of searching for a greenhouse.

Colour: Bespoke Farrow & Ball Lamp Room Grey
Dimensions: Tatton 2.9m x 5.1m
Style: National Trust

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