The elegant and aesthetically pleasing Edwardian conservatory, with its simple symmetrical lines and practical square corners, is a popular choice for those who require a contemporary low-maintenance structure that emulates the design features of a bygone era. Characterised by its square or rectangular shape and high sloping glass roof, the Edwardian conservatory is ideal for both modern and traditional homes. The generous floor space of this flat-fronted conservatory makes it ideal for use as a dining room, sitting room, children’s playroom or home office.
The Edwardian conservatory comes in a variety of colours and glazing options to complement and enhance your home. The high specification glass roof, combined with exceptional levels of thermal insulation, guarantee that your extra living space is warm and cosy in winter, while efficient roof ventilation and french doors make sure the room is cool during the summer months.
Available in 3 and 5 bell-shaped segments, Victorian conservatories are ideal for older style properties with a variety of options available to suit your own requirements and those of your property. With decorative glazing and detailed finials and cresting these intricate finishing touches add a true touch of the Victorian era, making this a timeless design.
Bright and airy this type of conservatory can add a real focal point to your garden and home, making this a truly unique selling point, as well as adding value to any home.
Whether you are looking to create a timeless traditional style or something a little more light and modern, a Victorian conservatory is available in three frame styles: A dwarf wall, full height or full height with panels.
With the design influenced by the Georgian era, gable style conservatories are grand and elegant with a high pitched sloping roof to enhance natural light, giving a spacious airy feel. With decorative finishes and grand flair, this variety most suits period style properties.
Our team are expert conservatory installers, helping you to make the most of the space you have available, whilst offering practical solutions to suit both your everyday needs and your budget. Whether you are having a brand new installation or a replacement, it is important to take all factors on board to find a style that best suits your needs.
This style gives a bold, grand impression to any home and is available in a variety of colours, frame styles and glazing options.
Whether you are looking to create a timeless traditional style or something a little more light and modern, a gable conservatory is available in three frame styles: A dwarf wall, full height or full height with panels.
A lean-to is a simple and seamless structure, combining one room with another with easy access. Its simple design means that there is very little construction work required, therefore resulting in not only a practical addition to your home but a cheaper conservatory solution to meet your everyday needs.
Lean-to conservatories are very versatile, offering the perfect addition to any space. If you are looking to put your stamp on this compact simple structure, there are a variety of glazing options and finishing touches that you can tailor to suit your own individual taste.
This style can be adapted to suit any style of property and is ideal for bungalows and buildings with limited access. Whether you are looking to create a timeless traditional style or something a little bit more light and modern, a lean-to conservatory is available in three frame styles: A dwarf wall, full height or full height with panels.
A p-shaped conservatory is produced by typically combining a lean-to and a Victorian-style together. This style of conservatory is ideal for larger houses that have enough land to extend onto without hindering the size of the garden.
Due to the size and floor space that is created with this style, there is plenty of room available to have this as one large open plan room or separated off to form different rooms. So whether you require a small gym, children's play area, office or games room, the options are endless as this style can easily be separated off to form different rooms for your everyday living needs.
Whether you are looking to create a timeless traditional style or something a little bit more light and modern, a P-Shaped conservatory is available in three frame styles: A dwarf wall, full height or full height with panels.
The modern orangery is a luxurious extension to your home. Often larger than a conservatory and comprising of more brickwork, orangeries provide a more natural extension to your home. They can be manufactured from timber or uPVC, combined with double-glazing and modern glass technologies. Once the status symbol of the wealthy, nowadays, anyone can have a beautiful orangery in their home.
The wide range of styles and options includes an archetypal brick-built pillar design, a more contemporary style which tends to include bi-folding, patio or French doors and an entire glass to floor version (allowing an abundance of light inside). You can also select from coloured or more traditional white, black or brown frames.
You are also welcome to create an entirely bespoke orangery design.
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