A conservatory can raise the value of your property.
A furniture conservatory is a valuable addition to any home and offers a picturesque view of your garden patch. Imagine opening the french doors on a bright summer day. Or listening to the rain patter down the windows on an autumn evening. A furniture conservatory creates a handy living space to sit back and enjoy the most of the summer heat.
A furniture conservatory comes with a pent roof or a pitched roof. Plus, these conservatory styles come with a half brick base or full-length double glazing. The A-rated double glazing magnifies the amount of natural light that enters your property. Also, these furniture conservatory designs are a cost-effective alternative. That is due to the sturdy structure and spacious design options. We attempt to work closely with our customers to produce a complete extension that you can enjoy year-round. Conservatories come with a list of benefits for your home.
- Cost-Effective Designs
- Increases living area
- Enhances direct light in a home
- Boosts property value
If you have any inquiries about our versatile furniture conservatory ideas, call our skilful team on 01744 611 203, they will be delighted to help.
Spacious Extension With Glass Roof
The generous furniture conservatory on the right increases the homes living space as well as enhancing natural light. The energy-efficient glass roof improves natural light and can create a thermally-efficient barrier from the outside world. Furthermore, the large furniture conservatory design has the potential to be used for a range of applications. The A-rated double glazing allows the use of this extension all year round.
The use of decorative glass gives this furniture conservatory a fashionable surface that fits in with the customers’ design style. Plus, the brick foundation was colour matched with the homes existing brickwork. To complete this conservatory, a pair of French doors open out into the garden area. If French doors aren’t your style, we offer popular bi-fold and patio doors to suit any home.
What About Our Other Conservatory Styles?
If you want something different from our furniture conservatory style, we have a range of designs to suit:
Garden Rooms: These extensions are an engaging way to boost the living area of your home. Growing in demand, they produce a smart barrier into your garden space.
Solid Roof: Solid roofs are a beneficial option for people looking to restore their old PVCu extension. A solid roof produces a more functional room that the owner can use 365 days a year.
Edwardian Design: Similar to a furniture conservatory, the Edwardian style produces a lasting look. They are an ideal alternative for an extended living area.
Alternative Conservatory Styles
Interested in a Practical Furniture Conservatory?
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Take A Look At Our Complete Range Of Conservatories
We offer a comprehensive list of conservatory styles to give your home a fashionable aesthetic.
Do You Need Planning Permission?
You may or may not need planning permission for your extension. Furniture conservatories often don’t require planning permission. But if you do, we have a professional team that can help with the process, so you don’t need to worry. Plus, it can usually depend on the size and style of the conservatory. If you aren’t sure, get in touch, a member of our team will be pleased to help.
Stylish RAL Colours
We offer a mixture of fashionable RAL colours to create your extension. They can be both traditional or contemporary for whatever your style is. Some of our approved colours include anthracite grey, cream uPVC and popular white. Similarly, if you want something to fit in with your timber finish, we can match a variety of wood designs to create a flowing aesthetic.
Dynamic Door Options
Our furniture conservatory ideas usually come with either french, sliding patio or bi-folding doors. They all use our A-rated double glazing and open out into the garden. But, if you want an alternative style of door, give our furniture conservatory team a call, they will be able to answer any inquiries you have.
These usually have two sets of doors which fully open and fold away easily, attaching your house to the outdoor garden.
Smooth Sliding Patio
Patio doors are a practical space-saving option for your home. They increase natural light and allow clean air to flow through.
Popular French Doors
Offering varied colours, door styles and accessories, french doors open outwards or inwards into the garden.
Why Choose Double Glazing?
Energy-efficient double glazing is one of the most effective ways to keep your house warm and insulated. They can also decrease the noise in your property. That is why we provide A-rated double glazing for all of our windows. Our furniture conservatory designs benefit from glass panels, that offers a beautiful panoramic view of the garden. So this energy-efficient glass allows you to keep the room open all year round. Finally, having a thermally efficient furniture conservatory can help save you money on your energy bills.