Edwardian vs Victorian: Which design is best for you?12/02/2014
We know that many customers will often read the brochure they have been given for their new conservatory and see designs described as ‘Edwardian’ or ‘Victorian’ style, but what does this actually mean and how will the design you choose impact upon the way you use the room.
Edwardian conservatories are modern looking structures which, because of their regular shape, are perfect for use as extensions to your living room. Easily accommodating furniture, their large head space means you are guaranteed a spacious feel, even in the smallest of conservatories. Thanks to the simplicity of their design, Edwardian conservatories will blend seamlessly with just about any style of property you may have.
Conservatories were already extremely popular during the Victorian era, when many people appreciated their intricacy and when customers come to us it is often the Victorian style conservatory that they already have in mind. If your home is of period style, it is likely that a Victorian style conservatory will complement it perfectly, whilst offering the modern touches of uPVC windows and double glazing.
It does not matter whether your property is period or modern; our team can offer you all the help and advice you require to ensure your new conservatory blends perfectly with the rest of your property, whilst including all the modern touches to ensure it is comfortable and useable all year around.