A conservatory can be a beautiful addition to your home but they come in many different shapes and sizes. It can be overwhelming knowing which conservatory style is best for your home.
Here are some things to consider when choosing a conservatory:
How Will You Use Your Conservatory?
A conservatory is an ideal way to add space to your home. Whether you want a bigger lounge, a child’s playroom or a space to work from home, our conservatories can fit your needs. Think about how you’ll use your conservatory and how much space you require.
How To Choose The Right Conservatory Style
Conservatory styles traditionally fall into two categories: traditional and contemporary. Traditional conservatory styles include designs Victorian and Edwardian conservatory styles. These are better suited to period properties or new builds that want to replicate classic architecture.
Contemporary conservatory designs are more modern, minimalist and are generally bespoke. They are best paired with modern properties, or older buildings that need an update.
A conservatory is a big, but worthwhile, investment for homeowners, so it’s important that you make the right choice. Know your budget when choosing a conservatory. Get in touch with us today to get a bespoke price that is tailored to both your needs and your budget.
Your conservatory must offer insulation all year round. All our conservatories have the ability to stay cool during the summer and warm in the winter months. We offer a range of upgrades to further the comfort of your home.
Cohesive with your Garden
Your conservatory needs to blend into your garden and your home, rather than feeling like a separate room. A bigger garden can accommodate a more luxurious conservatory design, whereas a smaller garden suits a simpler style.
It’s important that a conservatory doesn’t take up valuable garden space. You don’t want to compromise on the enjoyment of your garden by adding an extension. In the current housing market, a garden is just as valuable as a conservatory.