Interior design is making the best possible use of the available space
One of the more conventional conservatory styles, Edwardian conservatories are square or rectangular and are flat fronted. This design is excellent for maximising the extra space created by the conservatory, offering a simple and uncluttered option. This is also a particularly versatile conservatory, which suits the majority of modern homes.
Trends and tastes have changed over the years, but at present the Victorian conservatory is the most popular style in the UK, which is in no small part down to its elegance and versatility. The appearance of the Victorian style is arguably more interesting than an Edwardian conservatory, with its curved appearance and architectural features drawing the eye. Traditionally they will also have a steeply pitched roof, adding to the classical effect.
If you have a limited amount of available space then a lean-to conservatory could be most suited to your property. Popular in the Med, lean-to conservatories traditionally have a downward sloping roof and are uncomplicated structures with understated lines. Lean-to UPVC conservatories are suited to both traditional and modern homes.
With the vast improvement in the construction of UPVC conservatories over the years, now pretty much any design or style can be achieved. Quality conservatory companies can tailor make UPVC conservatories to meet the specific needs of homeowners. Whether it’s a sprawling expanse or small designer space you require, modern designs will compromise of the latest, highest quality components.