Conservatory styles to suit any home from Trade Windows
Choosing the right conservatory style depends on what you’re aiming to achieve
We offer 6 different conservatory styles, Georgian and gable-end, Edwardian, Victorian, lean-to and garden rooms, P and T-shaped as well as orangeries. The styles range from traditional to modern contemporary designs.
Choosing the right conservatory depends on what you’re trying to achieve for your home, whether you’d like to add traditional charm, add a large amount of space, or flood your home with sunlight.
Georgian and gable-end conservatories
Georgian and gable-end conservatories are ideal if you’re looking to add a grand feature to your home.
Georgian conservatories are symmetrical with a rectangular or square shape and have a high sloping roof to create a magnificent light filled space.
Gable-end conservatories are an adaptation of the Georgian style, with a upright roof instead of sloping backwards.
Though they differ in design, both styles bring a striking elegance to any home and look particularly beautiful in traditional style properties.
Edwardian style conservatories offer an understated sophistication to homes with a simple yet beautiful design.
The square, flat shape and sloping roof allows the conservatory to blend in effortlessly to the rest of your home for a natural extension and the flat walls make the most of the available space.
The seamless design makes this conservatory style an ideal choice for any home, whether old or new.
Victorian conservatories are the most popular of our conservatory styles as they suit any home, deriving from the golden age of conservatory building in the 19th century.
This style of conservatory reflects the architecture of the Victorian period, with gothic elements, bow ends, steep roofs and striking decorative ridge details.
While these features are perfect in retaining the character in traditional properties, a Victorian conservatory can also be a great addition to modern homes to add charm and style.
Lean-to conservatories and garden rooms
If you want to make the most of the sun, a lean-to conservatory or garden room is a great choice.
Inspired by simple Mediterranean sun rooms, this conservatory style is designed to make the most of the sun all year round with clean lines and a rectangular shape.
Not only wonderful for flooding your home with light, lean-to conservatories or garden rooms can make the most of limited space, which makes them a smart choice for properties on smaller plots.
This conservatory style is a stunning way to merge the indoors and outdoors, making it a superb choice for admiring the winter sun in the colder months and soaking up the rays in the summer.
You can also extend your lean-to conservatory or garden room to include a canopy area, making it the perfect outdoor living retreat.
This design is one of the more modern conservatory styles we offer, ideal for extending new build or adding a contemporary spin on traditional properties.
P and T-shaped conservatories
P and T-shaped conservatories are a great way to create extra space without taking up too much of your garden space. The designs are named after the shape of the letters.
P-shaped conservatories come in the shape of a P, with a Victorian style, or an L, with an Edwardian style, and can create 2 separate living areas.
T-shaped conservatories provide 2 wings for a huge amount of extra space, and to lead into an impressive entrance to your garden.
These conservatory styles are best on larger properties which have a long external wall to build on.
For a spin on a conventional conservatory, choose an orangery.
An orangery is a fabulous alternative, with brick walls instead of glass walls to create a more formal, private room.
This is a good option if you want to add extra light and space in a seamless style along with excellent insulation for a room you can use all year round.
Orangeries look superb on any home, and can be used for an abundance of different things, from a kitchen to an office, a dining room to a playroom.
To take a look at the different conservatory styles we offer and to find out which one would best suit your home and your needs, visit our showroom on London Road, Derby.