When looking at designing a Conservatory its worth keeping in mind that all Conservatories are bespoke, however various distinct Conservatory design styles exist, which your bespoke conservatory can be based on.
These Conservatory styles are:
- P Shaped
- Gable Fronted
So what design style should you model your bespoke Conservatory on?
Well that really depends on the individual tastes of you, the customer.
The Edwardian is an ideal conservatory for people who wan’t a conservatory to be like another room in the house, this is what many people love about the Edwardian. Edwardian Conservatories offer an elegant look with strong bold lines, giving maximum living space.
The P-Shaped Conservatory is a unique style that gives you the versatility of having two different rooms. The P-Shaped Conservatory allows one section to be used as a practical working space and the other as a relaxing area, for example a home cinema.
The Gable Fronted Conservatory is a modified version of the popular Edwardian Conservator, this is a popular choice for it’s high roof pitch. An ideal choice for customers looking for a conservatory with a large spacious feel.
The Mediterranean Conservatory has square fronted corners that give the optimum interior floor space, allowing more room for your furniture. The Mediterranean is an ideal conservatory design to use as a dining room.
The Victorian Conservatory is classic and elegant design, that has a beautiful sentimental appearance. The Victorian Conservatory gives both the versatility and pleasing aesthetics to almost all homes.
The Orangery provides a unique timeless living space with period features like elegant pilasters and fascias.
With combining elements from each style it’s possible to create a truly bespoke design. A great example of this can be seen on our blog post about Mr & Mrs Hossanee’s Hybrid Orangery.
Mr & Mrs Hossanee’s project remit for Gardinia was to create a larger, more comfortable living space to enjoy reading, relaxing and looking out on to the garden through luxurious Vertical Sliding Sash Windows.
As you can see theirs a lot of options when designing a conservatory with one of our consultants, hopefully we have inspired you about some possible options when planning a new conservatory for your home.
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