If you are looking to add some sunshine into your life, Victorian conservatories are your best bet. Alternatively, if you are seeking practicality and elegance all under one roof, then look no further than Edwardian conservatories.
Commonly referred to as bay fronted or bell ended, Victorian conservatories are just one of the most popular conservatory options available which feature a traditional design. Because of its flexibility, the Victorian conservatory design is ideal for many varying house styles, with each displaying stylish and classic lines equally well.
Getting the Victorian conservatory of your dreams is today possible with the development of modern building techniques, double-glazing and materials including aluminum and PVCu. All these elements contribute to a home that is not only elegant looking, but energy efficient as well. The Victorian conservatory design is available in a range of varying styles including – 3 facet (a bay front version with 3 main windows) or a 5 facet, which creates an appearance that is even more rounded.
For panoramic views of the outdoors, go for a Victorian design with a bay and arched front. The intricate ridge section provides you with clean lines that are synonymous with the classic image. The Victorian conservatory style is ideally suited to both the modern architecture in contemporary homes, as well as the timeless appeal of the more traditional buildings.
Victorian conservatories may be utilized in various configurations to accommodate different shapes, sizes and widths as required. The interior space itself may be used for countless purposes including a garden lounge or a large dining room. Featuring a versatile roofing system, where both pitch and span can be varied, the Victorian design allows for multiple layouts.
Edwardian conservatories combine modern day technology with traditional and practical design, thereby maximizing the space available for you to live in. The end result is expanded space that you can transform into a flood lit room with natural light, thereby creating a beautiful setting and lively ambience for relaxation. The Edwardian style conservatory looks and feels like a typical room in your home, as it effectively blends in well with the existing space.
Edwardian conservatories provide you with an open, bright, informal and stylish living area that you can utilize for recreation, dining or simply relaxing. The structural architecture of this conservatory style is a reflection of the Edwardian period, featuring bold designs that were characteristic of that time. To provide your home with its own unique identity, be sure to combine the bold characteristics of decorative designs, rectangular shapes, colored glass, elaborate cresting and finials.
Edwardian conservatories are typically rectangular in shape, with a flat front and a sloping ridged roof, which may be 3 or 4-sided, thereby creating a spectacular valued effect. The finished product is a airy and bright living space with a distinct impression of increased space and height. Manufacturers such as Sheerwater Glass Centre will handle the design, planning and installation to project completion, which includes preparing foundations and wall construction to fit electrics, all of which culminate in a spectacular internal finish.
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