Edwardian

Edwardian Conservatory
Similar to Victorian conservatories, an Edwardian conservatory has a rectangular floor that maximises space and is ideal if you want a classic style of conservatory with a classic appearance. With its four sided pitched roof and bright open space – it offers the perfect space to relax and enjoy a bright open living space.

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Victorian Conservatory

Victorian Conservatory
The Victorian conservatory is a popular, multi-faceted structure which has been inspired from late Victorian architecture. Its steeply pitched roof features finials and crestings – a popular decorative feature of the times. The modern UPVC Victorian conservatory has been designed to complement properties both young and old, however its period styling makes it particularly suited to traditional style homes. Victorian conservatories come in many variations with the most popular being the three-facet Victorian (featuring a bay front with three main windows) and a five-facet Victorian (with five main windows).

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Lean to Conservatory

Lean to style

Lean-To’s are much lower in height than most other conservatory styles. An ideal choice for bungalows. Lean To’s are often the cheapest conservatory and can be built in small or large spaces. A Lean-To is the kind of conservatory you often find in Mediterranean countries who use them as greenhouses or sunrooms, so you could have you own taste of the Mediterranean! The Mediterranean conservatory is often the cheapest conservatory style on the market and can easily be adapted to cover large or small spaces.

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P Shaped Conservatory

P-Shaped

Featuring a stunning P-Shaped design, with an elongated section, in which to host guests, and an imposing bay that adds not just another room, but a panoramic view of your garden. It is because of the two different areas that P-Shaped Conservatories are very well suited to larger homes. P-Shaped Conservatories cost surprisingly little given the high quality and workmanship.

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Orangeries

Similar to Edwardian or Victorian conservatories, orangeries have a rectangular floor plan to maximise internal space. It has a traditional look and feel that sparks from its conception when they were used to grow exotic fruits at their stately homes. They typically have solid brick pillars and large glazed windows creating a great open bright space.

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