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Georgian & Edwardian

The Georgian and Edwardian conservatory will allow your new extension to flood with light due to its high roof style which gives the room a bright and airy feel.

With its flat front and rectangular/square shape, the conservatory ensures no wasted space, so plenty of room for your furniture, plants or new kitchen.

This style of conservatory can be installed onto any property, but the styling is best showcased on properties with existing Georgian or Edwardian architecture or features.

Conservatory Styles Referred to as either a Georgian or Edwardian style, this is a classic conservatory type that combines practicality with style. The straight sides of the Edwardian & Georgian conservatory also make it an ideal choice for combining with a bi-fold door, creating a stunning and versatile addition to your home.



Victorian

The Victorian conservatory is a timeless design that adds a touch of elegance to your home.

Victorian conservatories typically have a 3 or 5 panel faceted end which gives them their unique look and charm. This multi-faceted bay gives excellent all-round views and can help extend your enjoyment of your garden, as you watch the changing seasons from the comfort of your new conservatory.

The Victorian conservatory also provides an elegant way to soften the transistion between your house and garden.



Gable ended

Gable style conservatories have 2 sloped roof sections ending in a vertical gable end, like many house designs. The Gable style of conservatory works extremely well with older properties, and can help echo the style of the main building.

With a sense of architectural grandeur, the Gable end conservatory offers a light and airy design, additional headroom and excellent use of the available internal floor space.



Conservatory Styles

Lean-to

The Lean-to style of conservatory is usually rectangular with a roof that slopes away from the property. The effect is modern, uncomplicated, with clean and simple lines, making them suitable for all house designs.

A Lean-to is often referred to as a sun room or garden room, and is an ideal style for properties with a limited amount of space. The pitch of the roof is variable so it is able to fit under low roofs, such as bungalows, or with a steeper pitch for a detached house.



P-shaped | Lantern | Custom

By combining a mix of conservatory shapes you will be able to achieve more space and greater levels of flexibility – why not add a Lean-to to a Georgian, or a Lean-to and a Victorian, with a 3 or 5 faceted front?

Whether you are wanting to create a P or T-shaped conservatory or something more unusual we will handle the whole project for you - from design through to project management and build. Leaving you with a conservatory perfectly suited to your individual requirements.