Edwardian Conservatories are sometimes referred to as Georgian Conservatories.
There are two styles of roof for Edwardian Conservatories – one with the roof spars fanned out from the finial to the eaves and a more traditional hipped version.
With no curved walls, the square or rectangular shape of Edwardian Conservatories enables you to maximize the use of internal space for furniture.
The extremely versatile design of Edwardian Conservatories allows the roof to be built with a pitch as low as 15º or as steep as 35º.
The design of Edwardian Conservatories can be modified by cutting the corners off to soften the appearance – it can then be confused with a modified Victorian conservatory and is sometimes referred to as a Gullwing Conservatory.
Further, when hipped back to a box gutter or built against a new tiled dormer, Edwardian Conservatories can also be built on to a bungalow.
Most companies also offer a choice of finial and cresting to finish of the ridge of the conservatory – or you can keep it simple, with none at all.
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