When it comes to choosing the design and style of conservatory for your home, our designers and planners can help you balance your budget and your dreams to leave you with the ideal conservatory for your home.
There are a range of materials and combinations of building styles available as you can see below.
The Lean-To conservatory is also known as a Sun Room or Garden Room. This is one of the simplest and most economical of the conservatory range. Especially suitable for bungalows or houses with height restrictions.
Georgian conservatories offer a clean and simple look with stylish lines. The hip fronted corners of the Georgian style conservatory gives it a timeless design. The design maximises space and makes it very easy to furnish. Some times called an Edwardian Conservatory.
The Victorian conservatory is a popular choice. It is known for its faceted projection and gives a pleasing aesthetic appearance that makes it suitable for many applications.
It comes in mostly a 3 or 5 facet style and can have a modern simple look or you could elaborate on the design with styled panels or coloured fanlights.
Gable Front Conservatories
A Gable fronted conservatory offers a distinctive alternative. It offers a light and airy design which makes excellent use of floor space whilst providing additional head room.
When combined with a steeper glass roof they offer stunning looks that are unsurpassed.
Combining a mix of Lean-To and Victorian styles can form a ‘P’- shaped conservatory which is ideal if you want separate areas in your conservatory. Other combinations can form L shape, B shape or T shape.
The utilisation of a boxgutter allows the addition of a Victorian style conservatory to an even wider range of dwellings. A boxgutter allows the conservatory to but up to the existing dwelling. The boxgutter then can simultaneously drain the existing house/bungalow roof with the conservatory roof or just drain the conservatory roof.