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You are thoroughly overwhelmed for choice when buying a conservatory nowadays as there are multiple styles available. Whether you want an understated design or a design that screams extravagance, you are guaranteed to find something to your liking. You should not be intimidated by how much choice is at your disposal though, at least you will not be once you have familiarised yourself with some of the types of conservatory you can buy via our good selves.
No prizes for guessing that the Victorian conservatory takes its name from one of our most celebrated monarchs, as was customary for many buildings erected during her long 63-year long reign. There are distinct nods to the Middle East and Asia within the design, a design that’s the cornerstone of conservatory construction. It has a resonance with buyers seeking to install a conservatory that has all the hallmarks of a classic style that seemingly never dates.
The Edwardian conservatory was so christened during the time of King Edward VII’s reign and is somewhat more lavish than the Victorian equivalent. Because of its configuration, the Edwardian design provides its occupants with a considerable amount of useable floor space making it a multipurpose area. The stunning aesthetics and elegance of the roof covering make it an eternal favourite.
If you notice resemblances between the Gable conservatory and traditional Georgian architecture it’s because there are, namely the wealth of light and space they provide. The Gable design has retained many of the original features that made it such a must-have addition but can be modernised to reflect contemporary design trends via accompaniments such as solid tiled roofs and roof windows.
Lean To Conservatory
Before the modifying of the roof, the Lean To conservatory and its Mediterranean styling predominantly found favour with homeowners wanting a greenhouse to aid the growing of flowers and plants. Because of the compactness of the design, it’s currently the most obvious conservatory solution for those living in a home with a low-pitched roof or bungalow. Prepare to be surprised by how much space it still provides though.
Perhaps the easiest way to decide which conservatory will work best for your home is to visit 1 of our 3 showrooms.
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