The Edwardian conservatory has a very symmetrical shape, combining a ridged roof with a bold rectangular base, which can suit both traditional and modern homes.
The flat-walled design is perfect for those looking for a more simplified style of conservatory. The pitched roof, which is angled to shed rainwater, can be made as large as the customer likes.
The rectangular shape offers a generous amount of floor space, perfect for the inclusion of more furniture and plants.
The Victorian conservatory is one of the most popular styles of conservatories in the UK. The multi-faceted structure creates an elegant rounded effect and suits both period and new built properties.
Inspired from the late Victorian architecture, this conservatory includes a bay front, a steeply pitched roof and ornate ridge details, like finials and crestings.
Victorian conservatories come in different variations, most popular being the three-facet (featuring a bay front with three main windows at wide angles) and the five-facet Victorian conservatory (with five main windows).
The lean-to conservatory, also known as a Mediterranean conservatory, is a conservatory with a rectangular or square shape, with the longer wall adjoined to the house and a single-sloped roof. The flat angled roof gives this conservatory style the appearance of ‘leaning’ against a house, hence its name.
The clean lines and structure would complement any property, rather than overshadow it. It’s a great design option a modern garden room.
The lean-to style is perfect for properties that are restricted by height or have an area that’s too awkward to accommodate a conservatory, as the pitch of the roof can vary depending on the property.
A gable-end conservatory can add real grandeur feel to your home and is well suited to period homes of any size.
A gable conservatory comes with a front roof that’s vertical, rather than sloping back to the centre. The front of the conservatory stays upright, like the end of a house. The gable front of the conservatory adds style and maximises light coming into the room, while the conservatory height gives the room a spacious feel.
A gable conservatory also has a square or rectangular shape, optimising interior space.
Best suited for larger properties with gardens, the T-Shaped conservatory is a combination conservatory style with a large central projection.
This conservatory can either be Victorian, Gable or Edwardian in style, with the top part of the T adjoining the house and the other section extending into the garden, so you need to ensure you garden can accommodate such a conservatory.
The T-shaped conservatory makes maximum impact with its generous curved or square central bay, giving you a magnificent space with panoramic views of your garden. It’s is a very versatile style and can allow you to create two distinct living spaces within the same room.
The P-shape conservatory is a perfect style for a larger, detached property, combining a lean-to conservatory with a Victorian conservatory, or combining an Edwardian conservatory roof with a lean-to or double hipped roof.
The P shaped conservatory offers more room than other conservatory designs and is also hugely versatile, as it extends in different directions and offers the option to create two separate living areas. You can either make the two sections of your conservatory equal in size or you can have one large room and one small room.
The P-shape conservatory will adds much-needed space to your home, without taking up too much of the garden.
If you’re still ensure of what’s the best conservatory style to perfectly complement your home and meet your needs, contact out friendly advisors today. We’ll be happy to provide you with an expert advice on the wide range of quality bespoke conservatory designs we offer and help you find the best solution for you.