Choosing which of our conservatory designs you want is an important decision.
To help you make your mind up you should consider:
1 The purpose of your new room – dining area, living area, playroom or study perhaps?
2 How you can complement the existing style of your home
3 The space you have available
A Victorian Conservatory is a popular choice with many home owners.
A faceted front gives a curved appearance which makes it fit well on period properties.
But the clean lines of the Victorian Conservatory also make it suit most homes.
The Gable Conservatory, named for its flat gable front, makes good use of the internal space.
The rectangular floor allows you lots of flexibility for arranging your conservatory furniture.
An upright roof creates a feeling of good height inside the conservatory.
The Georgian Conservatory also features rectangular, or square, floor space like the Gable
The flat-fronted style, sloping conservatory roof and contemporary look make it
complementary to almost any style of home.
A Lean-To Conservatory is a good choice for homes with little space under the eaves.
It is also popular with homeowners who prefer a very simple and clean look.
The angle of the roof can be altered making it a versatile choice.
A P-Shape Conservatory is ideal for larger properties.
It combines a Lean-To and a Victorian conservatory in one visually-stunning and versatile open space
providing an impressive and valuable extra living area.
A T-Shape Conservatory is also a combination style that works well with larger properties.
The central projection can be either Victorian, Gable or Georgian and behind this sits a horizontal
extension providing a large, multipurpose room.