Conservatory Trends of 201508/07/2015
A conservatory can be the hub of a home if planned and designed the way you want it. It creates extra room in the home and can be styled in various ways from contemporary to traditional designs. We take a look through this year's conservatory trends to give you a little bit of inspiration for your desired design.
The Latest Trends
If you want the traditional and more classic style conservatory then the Victorian, Edwardian and Georgian designs are a perfect choice and still a popular trend. They can provide your home with an elegant look and gives you a perfect view of the garden and an ideal size for a living or dining room area. Our 'classic' conservatories look best when fitted to a period home with its original features; however, they can also suit a modern property. Due to the high roofing system, it floods your conservatory with light all year round too.
If you're looking for a more contemporary and innovative design then glass roof rafters is what you're after. This concept is currently setting a trend in the UK and provides your extension with clear views overhead. The glass we use regulates the temperature inside your conservatory, letting you use it all year round. Although we supply a range of standard shaped conservatories, we can also build bespoke extensions, ensuring you get the design you want. With so many different conservatory designs available, together with a range of different materials and finishes, it is possible to create truly imaginative and striking spaces.
This trend, based on the traditional orangery, is all about incorporating organic lines and an unusual curved frontage. If this sounds interesting to you then speak with us about your design plans, we are more than happy to talk you through custom shaped conservatory ideas.
The orangery has been around since the 17th century and we don't think it will ever go out of style. This timeless design is great for the home and can be used for practically anything, whether you want a new dining room, play area for the children or simply a place to relax, the orangery is perfect. Instead of the entire unit being constructed from uPVC, brickwork is used to create pillars between traditional uPVC windows and doors.
If you have an idea or design and would like to talk to the experts, come and visit us in one of our showrooms in Diss or Wymondham or give us a call to arrange an appointment.