TILED ROOF CONSERVATORIES

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LEAN TO: TILED ROOF CONSERVATORY

The most simple type of conservatory is the lean-to, often known as a Mediterranean conservatory. They are typically square or rectangular in design and feature a flat roof with a downward slope. Because they appear to be leaning against the wall of the house they are linked to, they are known as “lean-tos.”

Full Height Glass Conservatory

600mm Dwarf Wall Conservatory

Full Height Glass Conservatory

Lean To Side Hipped Wall

600mm Dwarf Wall Conservatory

LEAN TO: SIDE HIPPED TILED ROOF CONSERVATORY

The lean-to side hipped style is for you if you want an elegant, discreet conservatory with a modern feel.

Lean-to conservatories are the ideal solution to increase room and sunshine in any home because of their simple, simplistic design and clean lines.

EDWARDIAN: TILED ROOF CONSERVATORY

Conservatories built in the Edwardian style blend heritage with a contemporary flair. They are inspired by the light-filled buildings of the time.

Conservatories in the Edwardian style are built with the most floor space possible. They offer lots of space for dining tables or sofa units because of their roomy, rectangular forms.

Edwardian

Full Height Glass Conservatory

Edwardian Wall

600mm Dwarf Wall Conservatory

Edwardian Double Hipped

Full Height Glass Conservatory

Edwardian Double Hipped Conservatory

600mm Dwarf Wall Conservatory

EDWARDIAN: DOUBLE HIPPED TILED ROOF CONSERVATORY

The difference between an Edwardian and Victorian-style conservatory is that they have a symmetrical floor plan with a hipped roof. Although many include ornamental finials and crestings for a traditional touch, they frequently have a less ornate appearance.

An Edwardian-style conservatory will be a beautiful, seamless addition for you and your family to enjoy, whether your home is modern or period.

VICTORIAN: 3 FACET TILED ROOF CONSERVATORY

Victorian-style conservatories are the pinnacle of luxury, evoking the splendour and grandeur of the Victorian era.

These conservatories have a dramatic appearance with faceted windows and a steeply pitched roof. While the modern frame lines bring it into the current day, the decorative finials and crestings along the ridge evoke a time of extravagance.

Victorian Conservatory

Full Height Glass Conservatory

Victorian Wall

600mm Dwarf Wall Conservatory

Gable End

Full Height Glass Conservatory

600mm Dwarf Wall Conservatory

GABLE END: TILED ROOF CONSERVATORY

If you’re seeking a hint of understated grandeur, a gable-end tiled roof conservatory is ideal. Gable-end roofs are flat, like the roof of a home, and do not slope downward toward the tops of the windows. Over the years, they have become an immensely popular option thanks to their stunning design.

Gable-end conservatories feature the best airflow of all conservatory kinds and offer the most area for decoration due to their high-vaulted roofs.