Conservatory Styles

Bespoke

Get your conservatory designed bespoke, we work with expert conservatory designers that can help you make the process of getting a bespoke conservatory easier. The will walk you through the complete process from start to finish making sure that each part of the design is perfect they way you want it. Many people decide on getting their conservatory designed bespoke instead of buying an off the shelf design, it is fast becoming one of the most popular choices in the UK. By getting your conservatory designed bespoke you can be sure that it fits in with the shape, style and design of your home.

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Bespoke

Double Hipped Conservatories

A double hipped conservatory, Victorian double hipped and hipped back Victorian are all essentially the same design. They are predictably very similar to the classic Victorian design but there are fundamental differences with regard to the roof. The double hipped roof is pitched in style meaning that it slopes upwards from the sides and meets at a central ridge height. The rear is also pitched giving the design the ‘hipped’ effect. The roof will almost always utilise o box gutter at the back which is designed to drain any water down towards the property. As the roof slopes back towards the main building, the design may adopt a more Edwardian feel. (more…)

Double Hipped Conservatories

Edwardian Conservatories

The Edwardian conservatory is a modern interpretation of a classic design that found great popularity during a prestigious age in British architectural history. One of four main types of conservatory built in the traditional style – this approach represents a huge change in terms of design from its Victorian predecessors. (more…)

Edwardian Conservatories

Elizabethan Conservatories

As with all things as they migrate and evolve, building materials change from generation to generation to match supplies readily available and most economical for the builder while maintaining cost efficiency and meeting the needs of the buyer. Building styles often seem to morph into charming blends of many styles and coin such terms as Tudorbethan. Though some of the actual architecture from the early ages still exists, it would be impossible to duplicate in modern construction except within the most elaborate estates in the world. For the more conservative decorator who wishes to preserve some of these stunning styles from days gone by that bring visions of King Arthur and the mysterious Camelot modern alternatives are in existence to meet the modern budget. (more…)

Elizabethan Conservatories

Gable End Conservatories

A gable ended conservatory is also known as a pavilion conservatory due to its regal design and is a variant of the Edwardian. This intern uses the same basic square or rectangular footprint as the Edwardian conservatory but the roof remains upright all the way back instead of sloping, hence the term ‘gable end’. (more…)

Gable End Conservatories

Lean to Conservatories

Lean to conservatories are amongst the most popular designs on the market and are sometimes called sun rooms or garden rooms. They have evolved from old-fashioned lean to greenhouses and are now modern, stylish and efficient. The lean to conservatory makes the most of every square inch of the floor area and can be constructed in a number of ways. Glass into ground, infill panels and base walls are the most common approaches to lean to conservatories with single, double and sliding patio doors. (more…)

Lean to Conservatories

Orangeries

Orangeries first became popular in the early 17th century for growing exotic plants and fruits that where know to be native to warmer countries. In the UK originally Orangeries were stone built with large sash windows and lantern roofs, and these were the forerunners to conservatories back in the day. Today’s Orangeries are built as beautiful extensions to your home that allow light to flood down into your home from the lantern roof and the tall windows. The difference between a Orangery and conservatories is that Orangeries have side elevations partly constructed from hardwood or stone, whereas conservatory walls are entirely glass. No matter what style or choice of materials you decide to choose for your orangery, it will be a beautiful addition to your home. (more…)

Orangeries

P Shaped Conservatories

P-Shape, link and combination are all common names for this type of conservatory style. Sometimes referred to as L-Shape when using a square front, the conservatory is the same basic design across the board. Most commonly it has a Victorian style combined with a traditional lean to which gives it a distinctive shape. (more…)

P Shaped Conservatories

Verandah Conservatories

Verandah conservatories utilises the use of full height glazing with modern lines and the latest innovations in conservatory designs so that you can add an extra glass room to your home where you can enjoy beautiful views of your garden no matter what the weather is. (more…)

Verandah Conservatories

Victorian Conservatories

The Victorian conservatory is a design with heavy links to heritage, having been designed during a hugely prestigious age in British history. As aesthetically pleasing as it is versatile and efficient – this style can be fitted to any building design. The main characteristics of this particular intern are sharp angles usually softened by several facets. The Victorian can be custom made to meet your specific needs as the door and window frames can be positioned anywhere you please and implemented in any colour. (more…)

Victorian Conservatories

Regency Conservatories

Regency conservatories come in several varied styles, just like the architecture from which they take their names. The Regency period in art and architecture lasted from 1811 to 1830 during the regency and then reign of George IV. It was a time of changes and renewal in furniture and architecture alike. Many of the architects of the time, such as John Nash, court architect who constructed the Royal Pavilion at Brighton, showed the exotic influences of Indian, Gothic, Egyptian, Asian and other foreign art and architectural inspiration. Their fascinating buildings were filled with striking and bizarre furniture and vividly colourful furnishings from strange lands. (more…)

Regency Conservatories

UPVC Conservatories

Getting a UPVC Conservatory is the most wonderful way to create a bright, brand new living space that you can use 365 days a year. You can get a traditional conservatory design built with the most up to date construction techniques so you get the best of both worlds. This also means that you have an amazing choice of designs and styles that will complement your plus we guarantee that you will benefit from a low maintenance extension to your home that you and your family can enjoy. UPVC Conservatories we supply offer strong construction, unique roofing systems, decorative glass and even insulated flooring meaning your conservatory will feel more like a natural extension to your home. (more…)

UPVC Conservatories

Hardwood Conservatories

As we enter the 21st century, we are conscious of so many environmental and economic issues for the nations of the world. No longer are we simply on our own in our community or even in our country, we are a part of the bourgeoning global trends at our fingertips and poking their way into our decisions. Homeownership has changed in many parts of the world and in the views of buyers and sellers. In the past, a couple would marry, buy a starter home, buy or build a larger home as the family grew, and often revert back to the starter home size for their retirement. Today, more people are trying to plan what they will need from one home and avoid the chance of loss in buying and selling in an uncertain worldwide economy. (more…)

Hardwood Conservatories

Wooden Conservatories

We realise that people do have a wide range of tastes and we acknowledge that for some people there is no substitute for real wood. It could simply be that you have a love for this wonderful natural material, you might live in a conservation area or a listed building, either way we can help you find a traditional wooden conservatory that is perfect for you and your home. It could be that you love the look and the feel of natural wood. Or the character of your property will only lend itself to the same traditional materials that it was originally built in. No matter what the reason we have the answer. (more…)

Wooden Conservatories