One of the very first types of conservatory created was the Edwardian design and it still to this day retains its popularity. The lightness and airiness that you get inside an Edwardian conservatory explains it favouritism amongst householders and they also love that it can be customised to suit smaller properties. Using a compact brickwork base consisting of bricks similar to those used to build the house this Edwardian conservatory has slotted into the home surrounds with effortless ease and comes with multiple decorative touches including a cute cresting on the internal perimeter.
Looks really are deceiving as the conservatory looks slightly more compact from the outside than it actually is on the inside. There’s plenty floor space and it has been capitalised on to the full. It helps too that the conservatory features a high-pitched roofing system, a roof fitted with thermally efficient glass. Should any ventilation be required, the top opening windows can always be pushed out towards the garden, just like the French doors and their elegant double opening, an opening that leads out onto the patio. Because it is such a classic conservatory design, it only seemed fitting that a classic colour was chosen – traditional white.
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