Whatever style or feel you want to create for your new conservatory, we are confident that we can provide you with the ideal solution. Our blend of traditional processes and the latest innovations will ensure that you get the best performance from your investment.

We offer a start to finish process – our expert team will design your conservatory working with you to achieve the room that you want including support, if required, for any planning applications and building regulations. For more information and photos, select a style below.

Whether you’re looking for a Victorian conservatory, Edwardian conservatory, Georgian conservatory, or something in between, our range can be customised to create something truly bespoke.


Sometimes also known as a Georgian. A flat-fronted style that offers excellent use of floor space due to a square or rectangular internal shape.

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Double Hipped Edwardian

Based on the Edwardian, however the pitched roof appears on both sides of the conservatory.

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Its distinguishing architectural feature, a bay front, with either an angled (3 bay) or slightly curved (5 bay) front, combined with a pitched roof.

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Ideal for properties with limited space under the eaves or an awkward area in which to fit a conservatory. A lean-to offers a variable pitch to suit your home.

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Hipped Lean-To

A variation of the typical lean-to design, which provide a more aesthetically pleasing look to the conservatory. The roof is divided into a main front section and a side section.

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Double Hipped Lean-To

Same as the Hipped Lean-To however the roof is divided into a main front section and further side sections.

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Gable Front

A high roof slope and the same floor space as a Georgian. The front panel of the roof remains upright rather than sloping back to the centre as on a Edwardian.

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L, P or T Shape

The L, P & T shapes take their name from the plan view of each design. Ideal for larger conservatories, a P-shape can combine, for example, a lean-to and an Edwardian. The styles are better suited to larger properties.

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Bespoke Design

Ideal for properties that have restrictions, wanting to connect buildings (garage to house) or awkward areas of space to play with.

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