georgian conservatoryEdwardian Conservatories

The classic Edwardian style

Edwardian conservatories remain a very popular conservatory design thanks to their rectangular footprint which ensures maximum use of floor area and easy positioning of furniture. Also known as a Georgian style the original design concept dates back to the 18th century when conservatories first became a popular addition to large stately homes.

An Edwardian conservatory style provides a symmetrical design with clean lines and square corners that are combined with a sloping front to the roof and central ridge creating a vaulted feel to the roof space. When specified with a glass roof the conservatory is flooded with natural light and offers a spacious, bright and airy room to relax in.

Where there are height restrictions adjoining the main home such as a bungalow, a double hipped version of the Edwardian provides a box gutter on the house wall and the roof slopes back towards the house from the central ridge of the conservatory roof.  Double hipped versions are also used on modern variants of the orangery style conservatory such as our Livin Room

Our Edwardian conservatories can also be supplied with folding sliding doors and a structually reinforced eaves beam designed to support the weight of the roof above bifold doors.

Colour choices are standard white finish or a wide range of coloured wood grain options including cream, grey, light green and oak. Solar control double glazing will ensure that the climate inside your new conservatory is maintained at a comfortable level so your new living space can be used all year round.

Suitable for modern or traditional homes an Edwardian conservatory can be designed to sit on dwarf walls or for maximum light and floor space you can choose full height frames and glazing.

 

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 White Edwardian  Light Oak Double Hip Edwardian  Edwardian with bifolding doors

>>There are more images of Edwardian Conservatories in our conservatory gallery.