Conservatory Trends for 2020
Conservatories are a great choice for adding much needed space into your home.
We have a range of conservatory systems, styles and bespoke options available to help you keep up with the latest trends and to give you the space that extra space. Contact us today we are more than happy to give advice and options we can offer.
There are a number of Conservatory systems that are trendy in 2020:
- Chamfered or sculptured finishes
- Flush casements
- Residence R7 or R9
All the above available to view in our showroom or get in contact for us to send you some images.
Designed to replicate the conservatory designs of old, the Victorian style works with a multi-faceted design. Made with a pentagonal floor plan, they are fantastic for those looking to make their conservatory a social space. These designs help blend your home and garden effortlessly.
Sometimes known as the Edwardian style, these conservatories have been designed to have a rectangular, symmetrical floor plan. With this, they are fantastic if you’re looking to use your new extension as a dining room, as you’ll be able to fit a set of table and chairs into it with ease.
A smaller, more modest style, our lean-to conservatories come with a lower pitched roof that is slanted away from your house. They are a superb choice if you’re looking to install a conservatory onto a bungalow, as they will sit beneath the eaves as to adhere with current planning permission laws.
A grander style of conservatory, P-shaped conservatories blend two styles of extension which next to each other, forming the ‘P’ design. Typically, this would be our Victorian and Georgian designs together. You’re left with a multifunctional living space that can becomes the focal point of your home.
Like our P-shaped conservatories, these T-shaped models are considered to be bespoke extensions. The middle of the conservatory would extrude further out than the rest, forming the ‘T’ shape. They are designed to connect your home and garden much better than other extension designs.
With brick walls and a double hipped glass roof, orangeries are described as the middle-ground between an extension and a conservatory. With this, they provide exceptional visual appeal. They also provide your home with better privacy levels, while still keeping the room filled with natural light.
We have full glass roofs, lantern roofs, flat roof and solid roof (with or without Velux) options available.
Contact our knowledgeable sales team for your free quotation.