The Edwardian conservatory was one of the very first conservatories developed and is known for having a simple square shape. The symmetrical layout of the Edwardian design makes it possible to create a number of seated areas, as shown in this newly installed home extension. It has both a comfy sofa and armchair and the amount of head room provided by the structure creates an immense feeling of spaciousness. Executing a glass-to-floor styling adds further roominess to the conservatory.
When putting the design together with one of our consultants there was of course a discussion about which roof covering would work best. The owners opted for a polycarbonate roofing system because they were enticed by the thermal insulating properties of this particular roof option. They also instructed us to include a set of French doors so that they can flit between the conservatory and their garden with ease. Attached to the French doors are the most meticulously fashioned handles. One of the final choices made was the colour for the design and it simply had to be an external black finish and internal white colouring as that helped ensured that it complemented the house where it now stands proud of place for all the family to enjoy day in, day out.
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