What is the Difference Between Conservatories?
When you make the decision to extend your home with the installation of a conservatory, you could feel overwhelmed by the variety of styles to choose from.
Lichfield Windows offers three different options, each with its own set of unique qualities, which we are going to explore in this blog post.
Styles of Conservatories Explained
Edwardian Conservatory – Edwardian conservatories are designed to be a subtle extension to your existing living space. With square fronted corners they provide plenty of interior floor space to add furniture. You have the choice of converting this room into a dining area, playroom, garden room or simply another living room.
The pitch of the Edwardian conservatory roof can be adjusted to suit practically any property, including bungalows that may have height restrictions.
Victorian Conservatory – The Victorian conservatory is equipped with a sharp crisp angled roof which is softened by its facets which give it a rounded and elegant look. Whether you choose three or five facets, equal-sized or wide fronted styles, a Victorian conservatory is versatile with pleasing aesthetics for any style of property.
Lichfield Windows gives you complete control over the look of your conservatory, meaning you can choose where to position your doors plus we give you a choice of the frames on the inside and outside.
Gable Conservatory – Gable conservatories offer a real sense of height and space with their high pitched roof. The front feature of gable-fronted conservatories traditionally resembles the sun rising, although our designers can modify this to your requirements. With sleek lines, Gable conservatories offer a classic and spacious design, transforming any size of garden.
No-Obligation Quotes from Lichfield Windows
Lichfield Windows offers all customers a no-obligation quote for any type of conservatory we manufacture.
If you have any questions about any of our conservatories, please contact us today.
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