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Stylish, double-hipped conservatories for Nottingham and Derby homes

KLG Rutland double-hipped conservatories offer the perfect balance of style and seamless fit. Because rather than having a flat face connecting the conservatory to the wall of your home, the double hipped variant has a pitched roof on both sides.

The big benefit of this is that the the angled roof can can accommodate the particular demands of height-restricted properties, such as bungalows. The double-hipped design will fit in with any of our conservatory styles.

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KLG Rutland lantern roofs

A KLG Rutland lantern style roof makes a stunning statement of elegance and grandeur. Ideal for Georgian and Victorian period properties, the lantern style is often chosen to house swimming pools, orangeries or for larger conservatories.

The lantern style dates back to the 19th century, with many stately homes still featuring them today, including Kew Gardens.
A majestic and grand option for larger houses, lantern conservatories are spacious and allow an uninterrupted view of the sky.

A combination conservatory offers the ultimate in flexibility, combining a range of style to fit the shape your home and garden requires.
If you have a need for two separate living areas, why not combine a Victorian and a lean-to to give a P-shaped conservatory – or maybe you’d prefer a T or a B shape?

Combining a mix of Edwardian or Victorian styles, a P-shaped is ideal to create a versatile style because it extends in different directions, enabling it to be separated into two different living areas.

The rounded part of a P-shaped conservatory is ideal to be used as a children’s play area, while the longer section is perfectly suited as a lounge or dining area.

A major advantage of P-shaped conservatories is that they add a much-needed space to a property without taking up too much of the garden or meaning considerable redesign work to the garden.

A T-shaped conservatory works well on larger homes. It’s a combination style that features a central projection and can be Victorian, Edwardian or Gable. The central projection can also create a porch effect, highlighting a pair of elegant French doors.
The possibilities are limited only by your imagination.

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