A classical period extension to your property, ornate finials and cresting add to the finished effect. The Victorian style has faceted projection which gives a distinct and interesting look to your conservatory. Available in 3 and 5 faceted versions, a Victorian style conservatory rounded edges are pleasing to the eye.
The basic shape is rectangular Edwardian design where the conservatory is attached to the main building but with the opposing end having the square corners removed and giving a hexagon shape. This can however mean that a small sized Victorian conservatory is not suited should you wish to maximise the space. This is where the Edwardian conservatory has a distinct advantage with its rectangular shape.
Whether a simple 3000mm x 3000mm addition to your house or a grand edifice reminiscent of the large country house orangeries of the Victorians, this style of conservatory is a great way to add an extra light and airy space to your home with a shapely design.
The Victorian design is very popular especially on older properties and even more so on properties built during the time. Larger modern houses can accommodate Victorian conservatories; although the design does not fit well with bungalows but can be accomplished with the use of insulated box gutter.
It is important to remember that your conservatory should suit your property and you will need to take into account the amount of usable space that you are looking at creating for whatever the final use of your new room.
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