One of the most frequently seen styles of conservatories, The Victorian can be distinguished by its traditional front elevation, comprising of 3 or 5 facets and use of ornate detailing along the center of the roof.
The Georgian (also referred to as Edwardian) style of conservatory is similar to the Victorian. The main difference is that they are rectangular on plan maximizing the use of internal space.
Gable - Fronted
Gable conservatories are recognizable from the rectangular floor plan. A major feature of this style is that the front elevation windows extend to meet the roofs apex. This helps to maximize the feeling of light and space.
Whether you choose a DIY or bespoke design, a conservatory can create a versatile extra room for your home.
Simply put, a conservatory is a glazed addition to a home that can be built without planning and differs from an orangery which tends to have a partially solid roof and a higher proportion of solid wall.
The design of a conservatory should echo the design of the existing property. Consider the Conservatory’s size in relation to your house, too. An oversized design would look out of place with a modest house, and a larger property will need a more substantial structure.
A new conservatory is still the most popular and attractive way to add space to your home. Conservatories can be designed to enhance any style of property and installed with minimal disruption. The conservatory will quickly become your favorite room with a view to enjoy in all seasons. And it can be used as an extra living room, or a garden room, a home office, kitchen, dining room or play room.
Whether you’re looking for bespoke, traditional lean-to or Victorian conservatory, an Edwardian, Georgian or gable-end conservatory we can discuss this with you and choose the best one for your requirements.