Styles of Conservatories

The English-Style conservatories are well known for their classic design and elegant look and feel, you can select from a range of decorative Victorian, Edwardian conservatories to the magnificent Georgian structures.

WHICH STYLE IS RIGHT FOR ME?

A Light open space to relax and re-energise?
A stylish office or a place to entertain family?
Maybe it’s a safe playing environment you need for your children.

You’re chosen style will depend largely on how you want to use your conservatory, how it will fit with your current home and of course your personal tastes.

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Edwardian Conservatory

The Edwardian with its classic design and extra headroom offers an airy spaciousness feel, ideal for entertaining and everyday use.

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Victorian Conservatory

Victorian conservatories are propably the most popular as they combine the practicalities of extra living space with a refined elegance that will enhance the appearance and value of any type of propert

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Bespoke Conservatory

A great conservatory begins with your ideas…your feelings and needs. Not ours. These are fully tailor made to suit each individual requirement, taking into account the host buildings architecture, its surroundings and its intended use within the home.

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All conservatories  come with Polycarbonate or Solar tinted glass roof, Air conditioning units, Under floor heating, roof & wall blinds.

Whether a conservatory or orangery let us design the ultimate enhancement of your home.

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