Looking to add a conservatory to your home? Here’s all you need to know about all the different styles and designs!
How do you create the ultimate space where your home meets your garden? Somewhere to enjoy the heat of summer without the glaring sunlight in your eyes. Luckily, a conservatory becomes the ultimate place for you to enjoy the seasonal weather whilst making your home feel bigger too. Because not only are you adding a place where your garden joins your home, but you’re adding an entire new room too! Maximising the space of your home.
So, when it comes to shopping for your new conservatory, you need to know exactly what you’re getting yourself in for. More importantly, you need to find a style that complements your home too! Luckily, there are many different types of conservatories to suit any house style. Here’s your guide to different conservatory styles you can have to upgrade your home.
First on our list, is the Lean-To conservatory. Sometimes known as a Mediterranean or a Sun Room, these conservatories are one of the most common styles used in the UK. The simple style is great for a modern home, as they are stylish yet minimal in their design. This particular style is ideal for bungalows or homes lacking space, as they extend away from the home, ‘leaning’ on the existing structure. In winter, these conservatories are ideal for maximising the sunlight and converting it into warmth for the room – you’ll have Mediterranean-esque heat in your conservatory. This classic style is ideal for even homes with the smallest of space available.
Next up, we have Edwardian conservatories. This particular style, as the name suggests, takes inspiration from Edwardian design – to truly match those who strive for a classic feel in their home. Back in the day, conservatories were originally designed to grow plants in, but now they’ve become an extension of the home. However, the Edwardian design which maximised sunlight carried over, leaving Edwardian style conservatories with elegant roofs to draw in the sun for the plants to grow. The four-sided roof of an Edwardian conservatory does just that, creating a warm entertaining space for your guests. The elegant style is ideal for those with who desire a classic feel…