4 Of the Finest Conservatory Styles

A modern conservatory is a wonderful addition to your home, adding extra space and another area for you to do with whatever you desire. Whether you wish to use it as a dining room, a play area for the children, or simply somewhere to chill out and watch the sun go down at the end of the day, it will be an investment you will gain hours of satisfaction from for many years to come.

You may think of a conservatory as something only available to the wealthy. However, these days, with options to suit every purse, it doesn’t have to be something you can only aspire to own.

Our designs offer something for everyone. Here is a selection of our personal favourites to help you make up your mind.


This elegant design was created to work well with period homes of the Victorian era. It’s a style that’s proved particularly popular, with ornate detailing on an apexed roof. Angled walls create an unusual structure. This conservatory comes with plenty of choice, with UPVC and timber options as well as a whole range of finishes to select from.



With a far simpler and more contemporary design, a lean-to is a compatible solution for most homes, since it is very straightforward to fit against the vast majority of properties. The pared down design creates a look that is timeless.


Gable Fronted

In the style of Georgian design, a gable-end conservatory maximises light, letting the beautiful sunshine pour into your home. This majestic build is for those seeking to add a somewhat grand and opulent touch to their property.



While not strictly a conservatory, so to speak, an orangery is certainly one of the more aspirational extensions you can add onto your home. This style features more brickwork or timber and is certainly more expensive than your average conservatory, but it’s easy to see why. Orangeries have a history of association with kings and queens, and are the height of luxury for anyone wishing to add extra space onto their property.


When choosing one, the design should be something you think about carefully. There is a whole range of beautiful styles on the market, and you should opt for one that is in keeping with your style of property.

For further details please call our team on 020 7859 4675 and we’d be more than happy to help.

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