Stylish multi-faceted conservatories
A Victorian conservatory is often referred to as faceted, more often this incorporates 3 or 5 facets however large structures with 7 or more can give the impression of being rounded and create a real WOW factor. By cutting the corners off of a square or rectangular conservatory you can easily turn what can be a plain box like building into a much more softer structure, this shape is often a more versatile and attractive construction, our sales advisors are experienced and van help design the right conservatory for you and your home.
The term Multi -Facets is derived from Multi-Faces. From inside a multi-faceted conservatory you are encouraged to look through all the facets taking in multiple views of your garden and surroundings rather than being inclined to look solely left, right or forwards. A facet can be added to simple Lean To conservatory resulting in a Hipped Lean To and eliminating the need for side gable frames.
An attractive and creative take on a traditional conservatory style. Get your free quote here.
Bespoke multi-faceted styling designed to complement the individuality of your home while making the best use of your available space.
Individually designed conservatories to suit you, your home and your lifestyle.
When designing your conservatory, the visual impact needs to be considered as a general rule the end result should look as if it was part of the original construction so matching materials and complementing styles and shapes are an obvious starting point.
This is not always the case however as we can be asked to design a contemporary conservatory that may well be added on the a cottage resulting in an old meets new kind of feel.
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