Victorian & Georgian Conservatory
This style goes well with period houses as well as modern homes.
Victorian and Georgian style conservatories are regarded as the traditional shape and style of conservatory.
They are seen on numerous houses because they blend well with both period houses and modern dwellings. Your conservatory must be in keeping with your property, the last thing you want is for it to stick out like a sore thumb. These conservatories add a graceful touch to not only Victorian or Georgian properties but to many others.
The Victorian conservatory is distinguished by its curved front and can either be 3 or 5 faceted. Whereas, the Georgian conservatory (also called Edwardian) can be identified by its straight lines making it square or rectangle in shape. This can enhance the maximum use of internal space. Both have intricate finishes and ridge crests running along the top which are very pleasing to the eye. The choice between a bay front or a square front is your preference.
Another reason for the popularity of these conservatories is their affordability. Both styles of conservatory are built in a classic style with a dwarf wall, traditional surrounding glazing and a sloping roof. They can be built in your choice of material or colour. Perhaps you want the traditional white conservatory, or you prefer the woodgrain effect, or you want to add some colour to your home with the ever popular green or grey conservatories?
Whatever your choice the Academy team are here to help you with your classic conservatory design and installation.