Supremely flexible combination style conservatories for Nottingham and Derby homes

A combination conservatory is exactly that – a combination of styles, custom-designed to create the shape you need for your particular home and garden. By mixing and matching KLG Rutland’s Victorian, Edwardian, Lean-to or Gable styles the possibilities are almost limitless for homes in Nottingham and Derby!

You might go for a ‘P’ shape, for example, which extends in different directions to offer two different living areas whilst not taking up too much of your garden. The rounded part can serve as a children’s play area, with the longer section ideally suited for a lounge or dining area.

You could have a ‘B’ shape to provide two distinctive, round living areas. Or – particularly effective for larger properties – a T-shaped conservatory. Featuring a central projection extending into the garden, this configuration can, with the addition of French doors, present a delightful porch appearance.

The extraordinary flexibility offered by KLG Rutland’s combination conservatories seldom fails to bring out the inner architect in the East Midlands home improver!

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Why combination style?

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 an L, T or a B shape?

P Shaped Conservatories

Combining a mix of Edwardian or Victorian styles, a P-shaped conservatory 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 much-needed space to property without taking up too much of the garden or meaning considerable redesign work to the garden.

L Shaped Conservatories

Similar to the P-shaped style outlined above, L-shaped conservatories are popular for offering two distinct living areas. Often, the longer part is a dining space while the shorter part around the corner is for relaxing and fully enjoying the natural light.

The main difference between a P and an L shaped conservatory is that an L shaped style sticks to right angles, often a long rectangle with a shorter one, while the shorter part of a P-shape design is rounded like a Victorian conservatory.

T Shaped Conservatories

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.

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See our conservatories in Nottinghamshire

If you’re looking for conservatories in Nottingham, KLG Rutland’s indoor Beeston showroom is easy to get to with plenty of space to park. Located on Queens Road, we’re easy to reach whatever direction you’re coming from. See our conservatories in person to help you make the right decision.


Beeston showroom

See our conservatories in Derbyshire

Our Derbyshire showroom is located on Nottingham Road in Ilkeston and has its own free parking. It is easy to reach from Derby, Nottingham and the M1, with a number of bus stops close by. Visiting one of our showrooms is the perfect way to see our conservatories up close before you make your decision.


Ilkeston showroom