Victorian Conservatory on Dwarf Walls
Victorian Conservatory on dwarf walls
The Victorian is one of the most popular conservatory styles and adds traditional elegance to any home, whether it’s a new build or a period property.
When people think of conservatory styles, more often than not it will be the Victorian that comes most readily to mind.
The Victorian conservatory style consists of a bay front, a steeply pitched roof and ornate ridge details.
The Victorian style comprises of either the three-facet, which features a bay front and three main windows at wide angles, or the five facet, which also has a bay front but with five main windows – both enable you to create a spacious room with a pleasing appearance.
The nation’s love of the conservatory blossomed in the Victorian era, due to their love of exotic plants and foliage necessitating a way of keeping the plants alive during the cold winter months.
Victorian conservatory styles were created in the 19th century with elaborate details to complement the period buildings of the time. These often included gothic shapes to the windows and doors and complicated shapes in the roof, where were usually steeply pitched to match those of Victorian homes.
Attractive and versatile, Victorian conservatories can be designed to suit the space you have available – from a large garden to a small patio.
The advantages of a Liniar conservatory:
Planning permission isn’t usually required for a conservatory – although it is recommended to check on this.
The value of your property is like to be increased with the addition of a conservatory.
A new conservatory will provide you with an extra room that you can use throughout the whole year.
Each conservatory is designed to meet individual requirements.
There is a choice of coloured and wood-grain effect frames, as well as white.