One of the very first conservatory designs developed was the Edwardian configuration which is renowned for its bright and airy atmosphere. Its condensed rectangular base makes it the perfect option for householders craving conservatory living in a home where space is somewhat compromised. During the planning phase of this gorgeously glazed structure, effort was made to scout out brickwork for the base that would perfectly complement the existing brickwork of the house. Another notable feature is the immaculately detailed cresting on the inside of the building – painstakingly created by our deft designers.
When you step within the conservatory, you begin to appreciate just how much available room there is. This has enabled the addition of several seated areas. Within the lofty roof is a series of prolonged glass panes that promise to minimise heat loss by retain high quantities of warmth. Throughout the summer we imagine that the top opening windows will be fully operated to ventilate the interior. Speaking of openings, there’s also a set of French doors. They were assimilated into the final conservatory layout to create a very distinct link between the structure, patio area and garden. When it came to colour there was only one possibility in the eyes of the occupants – traditional white. This is a small, but mighty addition to the property.
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