The gable front conservatory is similar to the Edwardian design. The rectangular floor space is ideal for almost any use. The gable front of the conservatory is located in an upright position to create a feeling of height inside the conservatory. Outside, a focal point is created which adds an attractive symmetrical look to the conservatory’s frontage.
Edwardian style conservatories take simplicity as design inspiration. They are square or rectangular in shape for optimal use of floor space. The roof slopes back towards the centre creating an attractive contemporary look. Whether you want a dining room, play room, working area, or relaxation room; the Edwardian conservatory will match your needs.
The original conservatory style is the perfect addition to impressive period properties and character cottages. Lantern conservatories feature a two-tier roof which creates a vaulted interior ceiling. This produces a light and airy effect, allowing a wealth of natural light into your home. Lantern roofs can incorporate sky light windows for extra ventilation and can be fitted into a perimeter ceiling which can be plastered and fitted with downlights to add extra atmosphere.
A lean-to conservatory or sun room is ideal for properties where space is limited under the eaves. Its versatility is down to the capacity to vary the pitch of the roof. It creates a minimalist style with clean cut lines for a cool contemporary appearance. Often installed onto bungalows or dormer style houses; the lean-to conservatory is a great choice for any style of home.
The p-shaped conservatory combines two styles to create a large versatile living area. A lean-to conservatory can be combined with a Victorian to create the p-shaped floor space which can be used as two separate living areas or one large space. The p-shaped conservatory is the perfect choice for larger properties and because of its bigger proportions results in an impressive glazed extension both inside and out.
At-shaped conservatory is similar in design to a p-shaped. It combines two different conservatory designs such as a Victorian or Edwardian with a gable style. The combination of designs creates a large extension with an extensive floor space providing superb versatility for a wide range of uses.
The Victorian conservatory is identified by its ornate roof crest and faceted frontage. Its curved appearance creates a distinctive appearance which is both elegantly traditional and attractively contemporary. Its acutely angled roof finish off the design with the unique character which is the essence of the Victorian age.