Conservatories

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Conservatories

Victorian

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 centre of the roof.

Not only do they have the ability to compliment almost any type of property, they can also be readily adapted to suit whatever space is available – whether that’s a large garden or a small patio area. Typically, Victorian conservatories have three or five facet bay.

Georgian

A modern interpretation of a regal age in British architectural history, Georgian conservatories are typically characterised by their square or rectangular footprint. This in turn means they are incredibly space efficient – allowing you to enjoy the maximum possible floor space.

Gable

Few styles capture the proud architectural heritage of the conservatory quite like the gable. Reminiscent of the grand orangeries and classical conservatories of yesteryear, this type of conservatory enjoys an imposing front elevation with the windows extending to the apex of the roof.

As a result, it enjoys a real sense of presence and can add a feel of stately splendour to any home – and particularly older properties. If you’re looking for a conservatory that take your breath away every time you look at it, then this is definitely the style for you!

Sun Room

Maybe you’re looking for something a little less ornate. Perhaps you live in a bungalow or a house with low eaves.

Either way, a sunroom or low pitch conservatory equates to the perfect design solution. Sometimes referred as a Mediterranean, lean-to or studio room, this style enjoys crisp, clean lines and has a truly modern feel. Minimalism has never been more exciting.

Lantern Top

Lantern roofs are the perfect finishing touch to any conservatory. Formed by a second tier of windows to maintain the roof, Lanterns add height and presence to the overall construction.

More than that, they also help increase the feeling of interior space. The second tier of windows can also incorporate openers in increase ventilation as well as decorative glazing panels for the ultimate in aesthetic appeal.

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