The Edwardian (or ‘Georgian’) conservatory is square or rectangular in shape and – with clean, elegant lines and an emphasis on airiness and light – altogether less fussy than later Victorian designs. The design maximises available space, making it the perfect shape for internal furnishing.
Borrowing from Greek and Roman architecture, the imposing Edwardian style typically features a high, sloping roof, giving a spectacular vaulted appearance and the benefits of maximum light and living space.
We’ll custom-design an Edwardian-style conservatory to fit any space from large garden to small patio.
Every KLG Rutland conservatory is covered by a comprehensive 10 year guarantee backed up with the DGCOS insurance warranty providing you with the secure knowledge that if anything should go wrong you have access to free arbitration from the Ombudsman.
Having an Edwardian conservatory added to your home is a fantastic way to gain extra living space whilst maintaining a classic aesthetic for your property. There are many uses that you can put your new Edwardian conservatory to and this versatile style is ideal if you are looking to get the most out of your available build area.
An Edwardian conservatory can be the perfect solution for many different options such as a well-lit dining room, a relaxing study, a child’s playroom or simply a second living room.
Edwardian conservatory points to note:
Sharing many characteristics with the Edwardian, gable end conservatories feature a traditional apex pitched roof combined with a striking front elevation, being fully glazed right up to the apex.
Square or rectangular in style, like the Edwardian, gable end conservatories give the maximum amount of space to plan a delightful interior. The height of the conservatory lends the room a feeling of space while the gable front adds style and maximises light.
Often called the ‘sunburst effect’, the front of gable end conservatories gives the appearance of the rising of the sun, and the gable roof gives a grand and stunning impact, both inside and out.
Ideal for capturing period, the gable style is reminiscent of the opulent orangeries and conservatories of a bygone age.
Featuring stylish front elevations with windows that extend to the apex, they offer a stately grandeur that’s perfect for period homes.
Some points to remember
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