Victorian & Edwardian Conservatories:
Victorian Conservatories can have quite elaborate ridge lines and decorations, looking like a “good old fashioned” sunroom, giving an ornate and period feel to the extension. Why not read more about extending your home by visiting this website.
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The design is reminiscent of the first conservatories which appeared when adornment and intricate detail became popular during Queen Victoria’s reign which is where this style of conservatory gets its name. Common variations on these themes would be the Gable or pavilion design, with most “P”, “T” or “L” shaped options for larger areas.
However, it could be said that the Edwardian conservatory style is more practical than Victorian as the floor plans are usually more rectangular with flat planed sides and simpler layouts.
Outward opening French doors are a nice feature when used as the entrance, whereas patterned or “leaded” glass can be used in the small fanlight windows to add colorful and classy looks.