The Edwardian conservatory is a streamlined design that has stood the test of time and is characterised by its lightness and airiness. Because of its tightly-packed rectangular base it is well suited to homes with small gardens, as demonstrated by this installation where not a single inch of space is wasted. The brickwork base has been carefully matched to the original brickwork of the house and a number of decorative touches, including a beautifully designed cresting, have been added on the inner perimeter of the conservatory.
Speaking of the interior, plenty legroom is available for anyone wanting to sink into either of the armchairs and there’s no possibility of them getting a sweat on. The high, sloping roof contains glazing that restricts both heat loss and excess heat transference and there are a number of top window openings available for when any additional ventilation is required during the summer months. French doors offer another opening should the occupants fancy some al fresco dining on the patio. Selecting a traditional white finish was the obvious colour choice so that the Edwardian conservatory attracts even more attention in the neighbourhood than the pristine looking white coloured windows. Marvel in a design that proves size isn’t everything.
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