Popular Types of Conservatories

If you’re interested in adding a conservatory to your home but you’re not sure about style and design, then we’ll help you do your research. There are a range of different conservatory styles and the choice you make will depend on your personal preferences, the size of your home, and what you would like to use the conservatory for. 

Conservatories remain the most popular addition to add space and value to a home. If you’re looking for a stylish entertaining space, cosy family area, a way to maximize surrounding views or a practical home office, we can design and create your ideal room.

There are a range of conservatory styles

There are so many different choices and they can be fully customised to your tastes—from choosing materials to the design of the conservatory. Based on your preferences, your conservatory can be totally unique to you. Whether you’re looking for a classic white uPVC conservatory or a modern grey extension, we’ve got a type of conservatory to suit your personal style.

Popular Styles of Conservatories

Victorian conservatory

This is a very popular style of conservatory. It features bay windows that give it the appearance of being curved and has a pitched, ornate roof, providing maximum space. A Victorian conservatory is particularly suitable for period properties but suits any home. These conservatories come in two styles: a traditional three-facet front with three bay windows and a five-facet front that gives more space inside, as well as providing a smoother look.

Edwardian conservatory

Like Victorian conservatories, an Edwardian conservatory has a rectangular interior that maximises space and is ideal for those looking for a classic style with a timeless appearance. An Edwardian conservatory is also referred to as a Georgian conservatory and boasts a sloping roof and contemporary look, making it suitable for most properties.

Lean-to conservatory

A lean-to conservatory has a flat angled roof that slopes downward, thus giving this conservatory style the appearance of leaning against a house. Perfect for houses restricted by height, the low pitched roof of a lean-to can be easily accommodated, making it the ideal choice for bungalows or terraced properties. It is quick and easy to install, as well as a practical and inexpensive solution.

Gable conservatory

A Gable conservatory features the same rectangular or square dimensions as the Victorian conservatory. However, its roof stays upright rather than sloping downward. Many homeowners opt for this style because it tends to add a touch of grandeur to their homes. This type of conservatory is bright and airy and makes the perfect stylish addition to any home.

Loggia conservatory

Inspired by the Italian renaissance period and combined with British innovation, a Loggia features a roofed gallery or recessed room open to the air on one side and supported by ornate columns. The Loggia conservatory takes the Italian Loggia and syncs it perfectly with British architecture allowing this design to suit old and new properties alike and redefines the modern conservatory.

So now that you’ve got an overview of some of the popular conservatory styles available to choose from, it’s up to you to decide which style best suits your home. At Supercraft, you get the perfect conservatory tailored to your requirements, at the best price. Get in contact with one of our experts and begin your home improvement journey today.