Edwardian Style vs Victorian Style Conservatories
At Conservatories and Windows Direct, we offer a range of conservatory and orangery styles, and if you’re just starting to consider an extension to your home, the amount of choice out there can seem a bit overwhelming!
But fear not! Here we’ll break down the differences between two of the most popular styles of conservatory, to help you decide if an Edwardian or Victorian style of conservatory is the right choice for your home!
Edwardian style conservatories
The Edwardian style conservatory is sometimes referred to as the Georgian style conservatory. Edwardian style conservatories are square or rectangular in shape, with a pitched roof that can be altered to suit the look and requirements of any property.
The Edwardian style of conservatory is an extremely popular choice, as it works extremely well with the look of a typical property, so the extension merges effectively with the rest of the property and looks stylish. The square or rectangular shape of Edwardian style conservatories mean that they provide optimum floor space, so they create an extremely versatile additional living space.
Victorian style conservatories
The Victorian style conservatory boasts a more traditional, elegant design. Victorian style conservatories are usually bay fronted, with three or five, angled or curved sides. Victorian style conservatories are extremely versatile, and can be designed to suit any property, while providing a classic feel.
If you’re looking for a more bespoke design, with a traditional finish, a Victorian style conservatory could make a beautiful addition to your home.
Whatever style of conservatory you choose, when you choose Conservatories and Windows Direct you’ll be joining hundreds of happy customers across the midlands who have already benefited from our extensive experience within the home improvement industry.
If you’re considering any home extension, feel free to contact us, and speak to a member of our expert team to discuss your requirements.