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Conservatory Styles

The beauty of getting a conservatory for your property is that there are a number of different styles you can choose from. Dating back to the 18th century, conservatories have stood the test of time while adapting to fit a variety of needs and still remain as popular as ever. Choosing the right style for your home depends on many factors, such as the style and size of your property, and the look you’re aiming to achieve.

Georgian Conservatories and Gable-end conservatories

Georgian conservatories are simple and symmetrical in their design. They are rectangular or square shaped, with a high sloping roof – perfect for creating a grand, light-filled space. Gable-end conservatories are a version of Georgian conservatories, with square or rectangular shapes. However, instead of a roof sloping back to the house it’s upright with a glazed frame, much like the side profile of a house.

Edwardian Conservatories

Edwardian conservatories offer light and space with a simple yet beautiful design. Its square, flat shape and sloping roof offers an understated elegance that can blend easily into the character of your home, while the flat walls maximise the space available.

Victorian Conservatories

Victorian conservatories come from the golden age of conservatory building and are the most popular today. They have a bow end, a steep roof, and decorative ridge details, making them perfect for all kinds of properties.

Lean-To Conservatories

Lean-to conservatories are inspired by simply constructed Mediterranean sun rooms, and can sometimes be referred to as sun rooms. With clean lines designed to catch and make the most of the sun all year round, lean-to conservatories are perfect for letting the light flood into your property. Lean-to conservatories can be extended to include a canopy area, perfect to enjoy the outdoors in.

P and T-Shaped Conservatories

P-shape and T-shape conservatories often mix Victorian and lean-to designs, and are in the shape of a P, L or T. They can be used to create extra space without intruding too much onto your garden. Due to the shape of them, P and T-shaped conservatories can be used as two separate living areas. This style of conservatories are an especially good choice for large properties which have long walls to build on. Choose from Victorian, Georgian, or gable-end styles.

Glazed Extensions

Glazed extensions offer the best of both orangeries and extensions by creating a perfect light-filled airy space designed to look like part of your original property rather than an add on. For an alternative to a conservatory that offers just as much light and space with added home comforts and privacy, take a look at our orangery range . Come along to our showroom where we can customize every detail to make a bespoke conservatory unique to meet the individual needs of your home.

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