The Victorian era saw the birth of the conservatory. The design came about because of the Victorian’s love of exotic plants and their need to keep them alive during the cold winter months. A predominantly glass room, making the most of the Winter sun provided a solution. The style of the Victorian Conservatory mirrors the style of architecture at that time. Despite the period features, a Victorian Conservatory suits all ages of property both modern and traditional, from new build to character.
The defining feature of Victorian conservatories is the soft lines of the curved bay front which can be made up of either 3 or 5 facets depending on your preference. The curves provide an amazing panoramic view of the garden from the comfort of your conservatory all year round. The versatility of the style means that the doors of your choice can be positioned on either side or on the end to suit your home and your garden.
The additional Victorian detail is provided by ornate ridge features and decorative finials on the roof. The Victorian conservatory is perfect for that relaxing garden room you’ve always dreamed of.
Depending on the position of your garden and the intended use for your new Victorian conservatory you can choose from five different roof styles. The most cost effective is the High Specification Polycarbonate Roof . If you are looking to keep your conservatory warm in the winter and cool in the summer you might consider a solar reflective glass roof which has the added benefit of being self cleaning. For a conservatory which feels more like a room of your house you have solid roof options. The Warm Roof gives you the flexibility of a part solid and part glazed roof or we have two tiled roof options which gives your conservatory the appearance of an extension.
All of our Victorian Conservatories are available in UPVC, Aluminium or Timber conservatory and the choice will be determined by personal preference. This is something you can discuss with our Design Consultants during your visit.