About The Edwardian/Georgian Conservatory
There is often some confusion between an Edwardian and Georgian conservatory, for your peace of mind, there is no difference. Some people like to call these conservatoires Georgian and the majority tend to refer to this conservatory type as an Edwardian conservatory.
An Edwardian conservatory is usually a three sided roof allowing extra headroom and maximum lighting to the conservatory. On top of that it also offers the maximum floor space. If you have a smaller home, then the Edwardian conservatory is a must to consider, as it is ideal for fitting furniture in because of it’s shape.
In terms of the glasses, there are various styles and types. If you would like to give your dream conservatory a slightly more 18th/19th century feel then you can also add decorative glass.
18th and early 19th centuries was when the Georgian Conservatory was first introduced, with its modern look along with it’s benefits of its rectangular size providing extra furniture space. Doors can be situated on either 3 x walls. Although this conservatory goes back along way, it has a timeless appearance that suits both old and new properties.
- 1 White – Bright white smooth PVCu finish.
- 2 Light Oak Woodgrain – Light oak textured grain effect foil finish on a PVCu base.
- 3 White / Light Oak Woodgrain – Light Oak textured grain effect on the outside with Bright white smooth PVCu finish on the inside.
- 4 Rosewood Woodgrain – Rosewood textured grain effect foil finish on a PVCu base.
- 5 White / Rosewood Woodgrain – Rosewood textured grain effect foil on the outside with bright white smooth PVCu finish on the inside.
- 1 Clear
- 2 Rectangle Leaded
- 3 Diamond Leaded
- 4 Georgian Bar
- 5 Frosted