Conservatory styles for any home

Posted by Framexpress on 27/06/2019

Conservatories have always been a welcome addition to properties, and with the latest modern technology, an abundance of design choices and the trend for home improvements on the rise, more and more homeowners are choosing conservatories to upgrade their homes.

At Framexpress, we offer 6 different conservatory styles with both modern and traditional designs. From Edwardian, Victorian and Gable-end, to Lean-to, P-shaped and T-shaped, as well as bespoke conservatory designs.

Depending on the desired finish your customer requires, there is a conservatory style for any home, whether it be traditional charm, additional space, or even to maximise natural light entering the room.

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Victorian Conservatories

Our most popular conservatory style by far, Victorian conservatories add charm and style to any home.

This conservatory style takes elements of architectural design from the Victorian period, and combines with bow ends, steep roofs and decorative ridge detailing to create a classic feature that adds a touch of character to both traditional and modern property types.

Edwardian Conservatories

If it’s a touch of sophistication your customer is after, Edwardian conservatory styles are ideal.

The square shape of the conservatory along with a sloping roof, is designed to seamlessly blend in with the rest of a property, creating an extension-like feel while making the most of all available space.

The clean lines, and sophisticated design makes the Edwardian conservatory the perfect choice for both modern and traditional homes.

Gable-end Conservatories

Our Gable-end conservatories are particularly popular for adding elements of grandeur to a home.

With symmetrical square or rectangular styles, the Gable-end conservatory traditionally features higher roofs, with the front staying upright, rather than sloping back, helping to maximise the light entering the room, as well as adding extra height for a truly ‘grand’ effect.

Gable-end conservatories combine elements of both Georgian and Edwardian design, giving this style all the qualities that would look at home on a heritage manor or stately home!

Lean-to Conservatories

Taking inspiration from Mediterranean sun rooms, the Lean-to conservatory style is designed to make the most of the sun, all year round.

Great for properties that have limited space, Lean-to conservatories feature clean lines, a rectangular shape and a sloping roof, ideal to fit on smaller plots.

Lean-to is one of our more modern conservatory styles available, and is great for both extending and adding a contemporary spin on homes.

P and T-shaped Conservatories

Both P and T-shaped conservatory styles are designed to make the most of longer external wall spaces, without taking up too much garden space.

P-shaped conservatories take on elements of Victorian-style conservatories in the shape of a P, or Edwardian-style conservatories, in the shape of an L.

T-shaped conservatories give the most amount of added conservatory space, creating 2 wings in the shape of a T for a truly impressive connection to a garden.

Bespoke options

If your customer is after something a little more unique to their home, we can work with you to design a bespoke conservatory style. We can also provide windows and a roof lantern if you’re looking to create an orangery-style conservatory.

We can help you design the perfect conservatory for your customers

Whatever your customers are looking to achieve from their new conservatory installation, we have a conservatory style to suit their home.

Our expert team are on hand to help, so if you have a question about our conservatories, need advice or technical support, get in touch with us.

Alternatively, discover more about our glass roof conservatories and solid roof conservatories here.

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