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Top 5 designs for Conservatories

Adding a conservatory to your home is a great way to add value to a home, but as you may have noticed there are so many varieties to choose from and it can seem slightly overwhelming. Conservatories can come in all shapes, styles and sizes, but are usually built to the requirements of the buyer. Once the size is identified, all that's left is to choose the right design to suit your home. Our Exeter experts above can help you with any design.

Some of the most popular designs are listed below

Victorian conservatory
Victorian conservatories are similar in shape to traditional botanical greenhouses and can look amazing on older houses. The trend for Victorian style conservatories has risen in the last few years. They usually consist of either three or five facets. Conservatories with three facets have a bay front with three main windows. Conservatories with five facets consist of five main windows which give a rounded appearance to the room.

Edwardian conservatory
Edwardian conservatories classically stand on a square or rectangular base plan with a flat front and an apex design in the roof. For houses without much space then Edwardian conservatories are a good choice as their angular design means that there is no space lost with diagonal corners cut into the floor space.

Gable fronted conservatory
Gable fronted conservatories definitely have the 'wow' factor as they maximise the light and space available and can create a wonderful majestic feature in any home. They have an elevated front, with massive roof windows to allow light to flood in. Like Edwardian conservatories, gable fronted conservatories feature a square floor plan, making the most of your floor space. This traditional design looks great on older buildings.

P-shaped conservatory
If you want your conservatory to be an extra room in your home, rather than just a room extension, then p-shaped conservatories are likely to be the right choice for you. P-shaped conservatories are usually very large and are best suited to larger properties, although many companies can design a smaller version for you if your home is smaller. P-shaped conservatories make fabulous dining rooms as they allow space for a grand table and chairs. They can also create an excellent family living area.

Lean-to conservatory
Great conservatory design and installation can come at a price but if you are on a reduced budget then lean-to conservatories are an excellent choice. Lean-to conservatories are often called sun lounges and can provide great value for your money as they are quick and easy to install. They tend to be slighter than other shapes as they 'lean-to' the house so can't extend far from the property supporting wall. This doesn't mean you have to miss out on elegance though as there is plenty of choice for base walls, windows and roofs to suit all desires and preferences.

 
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