Conservatory Designs To Consider

5 Designs To Consider When Choosing A Conservatory

Great, you have chosen to build a conservatory extension on your home. There is a wide range of designs that you can choose from when deciding a conservatory. However, it can be complex to choose between them. 

In this article, we give you a brief overview of each of the main types of conservatory. These are the most common designs that you may come across.


Edwardian Conservatory

The Edwardian conservatory comes with a beautiful pitched roof design with a ridge crest. Furthermore, they are rectangular or square in shape. That provides more floor space and living space for furniture and belongings. Additional options and extras allow the Edwardian conservatory to look more Victorian.

Victorian Conservatories

Victorian Conservatory

The Victorian conservatory is the most common style of conservatory across Europe and the UK. It features a bay style curved front that comes with three facets, along with a pitched roof and ridge details.


Lean To Conservatory

Lean to conservatories is one of the most simple designs and was the most common conservatory choice. With its timeless and clean appearance, the lean-to conservatory style is popular amongst homeowners today. The height of a lean to conservatory can suit both double story homes and bungalows.


Bespoke Conservatories

Bespoke conservatories provide more choice and options for homeowners. Furthermore, it provides customers with a choice of size and style. They allow customers to design something a little different from the most common conservatories. St Helens Windows design team can help to plan and design your perfect bespoke conservatory.


P Shaped Conservatory

P shaped conservatories are an excellent choice to maximise space. They combine the benefits and design of the Edwardian and Victorian extension. Plus, the P shaped conservatory also allows you to create two separate rooms or one large room, depending on your preferences.


Choosing a conservatory comes down to your preferences and property. If you are unsure, you should consult with a local builder. They will be able to show you how to maximise the space of your new conservatory. At St Helens Windows, we have a team that can help with any inquiries that you may have. Call 01744 611 203 to speak to a member of our team.

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