Victorian conservatories have a graceful appearance and are very popular. What defines a Victorian conservatory is its curved front and octagonal roof.
Victorian conservatories have a very graceful appearance, and are a popular choice for many homes, whatever their style. What defines a Victorian conservatory is its curved front, and the octagonal roof. There is a choice in the number of windows, and this style can be built with a bay of three, five or seven windows at the front.
This is a traditional style, yet still retains the flexibility to adapt to a number of spaces. The interior is large, yet will not overpower your home. The emphasis here is very much on the look and composition of your new conservatory. Depending on where it is sited, you can be sure of sunshine or pure daylight, throughout the day.
The Victorian conservatory is undoubtedly one of the most popular styles. Its history dates back to the early 1830s when Queen Victoria reigned, which is where the name comes from. During this time, conservatories were built in gardens, with many of these Victorian style conservatories becoming very famous. To this day, some Victorian conservatories are a part of important landmarks, such as those found in the United States Botanic Garden in Washington DC, the Adelaide Botanic Garden in Australia as well as the botanical garden at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark.
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External size 3000mm x 3000mm with a white finish for erection on an existing base (optional steel base available) with 600mm high dwarf walls. This conservatory includes…
£2,821 including VAT
External size 3000mm x 3000mm with full height glass panels, in a white finish for erection on an existing base (optional steel base available). This conservatory includes…
£3,115 including VAT