The Original Conservatory Style
Victorian conservatories are regarded by many as the most traditional style of conservatory. Going back to the Victorian era, it is suggested that the people of this time had quite an affinity when it came to experimenting with various conservatory designs. They proceeded to try out various materials resulting in the evolution to how we now recognise the conservatory. From slight frames and thin glass to UPVC and double glazing, the Victorian style conservatory looks as good now as it ever did back in the day.
A Victorian style conservatory will not only compliment a period style home but add a certain uniqueness to the more modern built house. Inside, décor, textiles and accessories can create the perfect look, completing the add on.
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The Victorian Conservatories we sell are available in either 3 facet or 5 facet designs, giving you the customer the option to decide on the perfect model. Styles offered are traditional, T shaped, P shaped, double hipped, lean to, including many more. Doors can be altered to a sliding patio door as opposed to the traditional French door. A more modern approach recommends the wide bay or Spanish Victorian conservatory which has a wider front bay segment allowing you to maximise floor usage.
So many styles to choose from means no matter what your requirements, if technically possible, there should be something available to fit your needs which can be designed by ourselves. We provide a full set of CAD drawings within your detailed quotation. Our Conservatory Style Gallery offers 44 images of the various conservatories we can offer.
If you have any questions regarding the range of Victorian conservatories we offer then please feel free to contact a member of our customer service team who can offer you detailed advice with regards to moving forwards.