Conservatories Etc - Bringing in the sunshine

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Grand Designs - Conservatory Inspiration from the Channel 4 Show


Grand Designs - the Channel 4 show in which people attempt to build their dream home whilst staying within their budget - has been a staple of our television schedules for an astonishing 17 years. The viewers keep tuning in - wondering whether this week’s bold idea will end in triumph or disaster. Glass walls and conservatories are popular features in the homes appearing on Grand Designs and people are getting inspired to improve their own homes.

A lounge with a conservatory

Making the Most of your View

A conservatory, being constructed predominantly from glass, allows you to make the most of the view from your house. One celebrated Grand Design, The Round House in Devon, has an elevated conservatory that overlooks the sea. East Anglia has many beautiful views to offer. What you will see when you look out from your conservatory should definitely be a consideration when you are choosing where to position it.

Increased Natural Light

As you can see from the featured houses on the Grand Designs Magazine website, an increased amount of natural light is a big selling point for these homes. Adding a conservatory or orangery to your home means that you will have a room that will make the most of the available natural light all year round.

Our Conservatory Offer

Unlike many of the people featured on Grand Designs, we don’t all have hundreds of thousands of pounds to sink into an architectural experiment. However, we all want our homes to provide a large welcoming environment for our families and guests. Adding a conservatory to your home needn’t cost the earth. Check out our offer on Edwardian conservatories

Conservatories Etc Offer

If you have any questions at all about the process of building a conservatory for your own grand design, please don’t hesitate to call us on 01953 600505. If you would like to see full size working examples of our conservatories, then pop along to our showrooms in Wymondham and Diss.

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