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Adding a conservatory to you home has its many benefits, whether they add value or increase space. Although knowing what different types of conservatories are out there, and who they are designed for is something many of you admittedly may not know of. In this week’s article, our team are discussing ‘The Top 5 Most Popular Conservatories’ for your home.

Top Tips on Choosing a Conservatory

Before we begin with choosing a conservatory type that suits you, we thought it was best if we came up with some top tips on how to go about choosing a conservatory, look below to see what we have come up with!

  • Understand The Use of Your Conservatory
  • Know What You Want it To Look Like
  • Choose a Company Who is Reliable
  • Pick a Budget, and Stick To it

The tips above are designed for you to bare in mind before you undertake the dreaded decision of which conservatory in Milton Keynes to go for.

Popular Conservatory Choices

Now that you know what to consider before making any decision, it’s now time to actually start thinking about what Conservatory you want to go for, our team at Crown Windows have conducted a few ideas we have found to be popular choices throughout the years.

1)Combination Conservatory

One of our most popular choice of conservatory is ‘Combination Conservatory’ commonly found a mix between Victorian and Lean-To. The reason for its combined style is to fully maximise room for space within the home. This type of conservatory is extremely popular for larger families.

2)Gable Conservatory

Beautifully designed, the ‘Gable Conservatory’ has been a very popular choice for many years now. Although more suited for an older property, its unique features are designed to suit any home modern or traditional.

3)Lean-To Conservatory

Also known as ‘Sun Room’ the ‘Lean-To Conservatory’ is economically favourable amongst many. Presented in a modern look, this type of conservatory is perfect for adding space to the home.

4)Edwardian/Georgian Conservatory

First introduced within the 18th/19th century, and is still just as popular. The ‘Edwardian Conservatory’ brings a contemporary feel to any home, being rectangular shaped allows extra room for any large furniture.

5)Victorian Conservatory

‘Victorian Conservatory’ captures a gothic inspired design. An extremely popular and common design for many homes. This type of conservatory is suited to many homes and compliments its style.

Well, there you go! Our top 5 most popular conservatories, we hope that this article has been insightful and helpful when going through the decision of choosing a conservatory for your home. If you acquire any further assistance regarding the topic, feel free to get in touch with us today!