At Excellent Windows, we install conservatories in a range of styles so you can choose the most appropriate design for your type of property.
For instance, a more traditional or period house would suit a Victorian or Edwardian style conservatory. Alternatively, you may have an ultra-modern home and want something more contemporary.
P or T shaped conservatories
Shaped like a letter P or T, this style of conservatory is ideal for a family home that needs significant extra space.
Alternatively, you could be looking for a conservatory to act as a multifunctional space. For instance, with a P or T shape design, you can entertain in the central area and use the side space for an informal relaxing or play area.
A simple lean-to design is a cost-effective and stylish way to gain additional space and bring more natural light into your home.
Known as Mediterranean conservatories, a lean-to sunroom can become an extension of your house an act as a garden lounge. It’s a place that lets you enjoy the feel of being in the garden while shielding you from our changeable weather.
Orangeries have been around for centuries, yet they can offer a surprisingly modern look. Their construction is different from a conservatory as an orangery has a higher proportion of brick to glass.
This strong construction makes it a flexible, multifunctional living space that will add value to your home. Like a conservatory, an orangery brings extra light into your property.
If you have a period or traditional character home, you may wonder how to blend in a conservatory without detracting from your properties external appeal.
Our Victorian style conservatories have been designed with that era in mind. They have a pitched roof, ornate ridge and bay window frontage, to complement the features of a 19th-century property.
The roof of an Edwardian conservatory is generally made up of three sections that slope upwards from the outer edges to meet at the centre ridge. It can also feature a series of small windows at the top of the frames.
The style is simple, understated and elegant. Edwardian conservatories are perfect for traditional and period homes but can also work well on modern properties. The design can include part-brick or glass-to-ground – the choice is yours.
Gable front conservatories
A gable front conservatory is square or rectangular with a front roof that’s vertical and not sloping. Its straightforward shape can blend in with older properties and reflect any existing gable features of your home.
Alternatively, it can be installed on modern homes, becoming a striking feature that allows for maximum light. It also gives you the option of having a part-brick wall construction or even a full-height wall on one side.
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