Styles Of Bespoke Conservatories

Many homeowners have considered adding bespoke conservatories to their home in order to increase the amount of living space they have, increase the value of the home, or simply to sit and enjoy the feeling of the outdoors without having to step foot outside.

Whatever your reasons for designing a new conservatory, you will be able to create a bespoke design with personalised windows, doors, and floor plan.

You can even combine plain double glazing with patterned or decorative double glazing in order to create the perfect looking conservatory for your home.

Increase Floor Space In Your Home

Floor space is often at a premium in many homes and who wouldn't benefit from the addition of extra living space or a new study? A conservatory is a flexible room that can be used for any purpose and can even be multi-purpose.

Typically added to the rear of a property, they are usually private areas that can be used by any member of the family or visitors.

Enjoy The Outdoors Without Stepping Foot Outside

Gardens and other outdoor spaces are becoming more and more important to most homeowners.

Not only do we play with the kids and let the animals roam the garden but we also sit and relax, prepare and eat meals, and even entertain guests in gardens and on patios.

A conservatory is not just an extension of a property but can also be an extension of the garden itself; a stunning way to blend indoor and outdoor areas.

Create Bespoke Conservatory Designs

Modern materials and high quality double glazing products mean that a conservatory design can be created to fit your exact requirements and needs.

You can create your very own conservatory design so that it includes the windows and doors you want. You can even select the height of the dwarf wall, style of doors, and the pitch of the roof.

Conservatory Styles

Lean-To - The lean-to conservatory is usually the cheapest and simplest conservatory design. Also called the sun room, it offers an accessible way to include a conservatory on any property including height restricted homes such as bungalows.

Edwardian - The rectangular shape of the Edwardian style conservatory means that it is also known as a Georgian conservatory. Its shape enables you to use every inch of new space that you create.

Victorian - A Victorian is similar to an Edwardian conservatory except that it also includes either three or five facets to give a more rounded design. This, in turn, provides a panoramic view of the garden and provides maximum levels of natural light within the conservatory itself.

Gable - The gable end of a Gable conservatory does not require any drainage or guttering and typically includes a design element such as a sunburst. The high pitched roof gives a real sense of space to any new build conservatory.

P Shape - The p shape is potentially the largest of all conservatory designs and combines both a lean-to conservatory and either an Edwardian or Victorian design too.