The days of adding a white conservatory to your house are gone. Westbury Garden Rooms tell us that the trend is now for bespoke, black glazed extensions. White & light coloured extensions were popular because the finish would not fade once exposed to sunlight. The fact is, while they may not have faded in colour, these extensions now look tired and dated.
The development of high-performance paint finishes, that contain high levels of pigment, means that dark finishes such as black are no longer at risk of fading in colour. Westbury Garden Rooms apply three coats of paint in their factory before the building is delivered. This ensures a high quality, durable finish. The spraying system they use is equivalent to 12 coats applied by brush!
Westbury Garden Rooms use Accoya to construct their glazed extensions. Accoya is a very stable timber, so the joinery won’t swell or warp which could otherwise cause a painted finish to flake. You can be assured that the black paintwork will look good for years to come.
So many shades of black
Westbury Garden Rooms work closely with each customer to find the right shade of paint for their project. This could be a jet black or ebony or a shade with a greyer hue such as graphite, charcoal or slate.
The Westbury team tell us that some greens, blues and browns can create the look of a black finish, but one that is in the same palette of colours as the garden the building sits within.
Westbury Garden Rooms are the experts in creating bespoke glazed extensions, talk to them on 01245 326 500 to learn more about their colour options. Read more about how Black is the new white for glazed extensions here.