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A selection of conservatory styles brought to you by WindowSystemsLtd. For your conservatory buying ideas why not check out our Top Tips web page

livinroom

Livinroom – Orangery style:

If you are considering extending your home – whether through the addition of a conservatory or extension – then you should consider this. Livinroom is the best of both worlds, combining the light and sky of a conservatory with the walls and ceiling of an extension. Truly multifunctional, you can maintain light and space by using windows all round or have brick piers to give a greater sense of solidity. This real room / living room feel, means more styling and furnishing options and the perimeter ceiling is perfect for down lighters.

Veranda

Veranda:

Conservatories have always been an excellent way to blur the margin between home and garden, now this has been taken to a new level. The glazing bars in the roof “oversail” the doors and carry the glass with it. This forms a “cocoon” where you can sit in the garden and be protected from the worse of the elements. Moreover, on a warm day – by using large in-line sliders or bi-fold doors, you have a much bigger space to enjoy.

Victorian

 Victorian:

A popular Style distinguished by a faceted front, giving a curved appearance. A particular favourite with period properties, however it`s clean lines make this a winner on any type of home.

Edwardian

Edwardian:

A flat-fronted style that offers excellent use of floor space due to the square or rectangular internal shape. Its sloping roof and contemporary style is suited to the majority of properties.

P-shape

P-Shape:

A P-shape can combine a Lean-to and a Victorian or an Edwardian, to create a versatile and visually stunning open space. Due to the proportions needed, This style is better suited to larger properties, giving an impressive result.

T-Shape

T-Shape:

As with the P-shape, this style is more suited to larger properties. A combination style thats distinguished by a central projection that can be a Victorian, Edwardian or a Gable front. Offering a large and versatile floor space this is an impressive addition to a home.

Gable

Gable:

A gable-fronted conservatory adds a sense of grandeur to any home. Featuring the same square or rectangular floor space as an Edwardian, this design offers excellent use of internal space. The front panel of the roof remains upright rather than sloping back, to create a feeling of greater height within the building.

Lean-to

Lean-to:

For properties with little room under the eaves or for those homeowners that prefer a clean, simple look, the lean-to conservatory is an ideal choice. The pitch of the roof can be varied to the property, making this an ever-popular option.