A classic combination of practicality and style

Edwardian conservatories , sometimes also referred to as Georgian, are often a choice when you are wanting to maximise space as these are always square or rectangular in shape. This style of conservatory can also have a box-gutter added to the rear so that wide rectangular conservatories can be designed with an apex roof sloping all four ways, forming a fantastic vaulted ceiling.

This design is very practical when it comes to creating space, with the pitched roof it can feel very spacious and natural light will flood in. Often a great choice on a modern house due to the symmetry and boldness of the lines this shape creates.

Edwardian Conservatories

Adding a classic Edwardian or Georgian aesthetic to your home. Feel free to contact us for further information.

A classic high roof extension that floods your room with light creating a bright and airy environment.

Edwardian Conservatories
Versatlity

This classic conservatory style combines practicality and style.

With it’s flat front and rectangular/square shape, Edwardian Conservatories ensure no wasted space, so allowing plenty of space for your furniture, plants, or even a new kitchen or living room when combined with a solid roof.

The straight sides of the Edwardian Conservatory also make it a an ideal opportunity for combining with a Multi-Fold door, creating a stunning and versatile extension your beautiful home.

 

Edwardian Conservatories
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