The stylish curved front of Victorian Conservatories can be built with 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8 sections and it will offer panoramic views of your garden.
The more sections or facets Victorian Conservatories have, the smoother the front curve of the bay.
The curved bay of Victorian conservatories adds style at the cost of space
The style of the curved bay adds character to the conservatory.
However, when designing Victorian Conservatories, consideration must be given to the positioning of furniture and the loss of space caused by the bay. This is especially important in a small conservatory.
Door position is also critical for Victorian Conservatories as a door on one of the bay facets can result in the conservatory floor space being dissected by a walkway from the house to the garden.
The extremely versatile design of Victorian Conservatories allows the roof to be built with a pitch as low as 15º or as steep as 35º.
In three, five or seven facet Victorian Conservatories, the front section can be wider that the other two to improve practicality – it is then often referred to as a Gullwing conservatory.
Further, when hipped back to a box gutter or built against a new tiled dormer, Victorian 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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