The Edwardian conservatory is very similar to the Victorian version but without the curved front bay window. The shape and style of the windows are defined by the shape of the pointed roof.
The Edwardian conservatory is very similar to the Victorian version, apart from the curved front bay window. The shape and style of the windows are defined by the shape of the roof, which is pointed. The sharp lines of the rectangle design help you make the most of maximum floor space.
Letting natural light into your home is a remarkable way to change how you feel about your traditional living space. This is a stylish, and practical choice for homeowners wanting to make the most of their budget.
The Edwardian conservatory can suit modern as well as older homes. There is also the option to have a small wall incorporated into the design. There are plenty of finishing touches such as coloured glass, that can be used as well.
The history of the popular Edwardian conservatory dates back to the early 1900s when Edward VII ruled. It is considered to be a more simplistic, yet architecturally significant design during this era, especially when compared to its predecessor – the Victorian conservatory.
There are a number of reasons why homeowners decide to invest in an Edwardian conservatory, including the following…
Need more information about Edwardian conservatories? Whether you are looking for conservatory ideas or need extra info about conservatory prices, contact us today.
External size 3000mm x 3000mm in a white finish for erection on an existing base (optional steel base available) with 600mm high dwarf walls. This conservatory includes…
£2,955 including VAT
External size 3000mm x 3000mm Edwardian Conservatory, with full height glass panels, in a white finish for erection on an existing base (optional steel base available). This conservatory includes…
£3,263 including VAT