The Edwardian conservatory takes inspiration from the Edwardian architectural style, the focus being airiness and lightness, clean simple lines, and bare minimum ornamentation. The Edwardian conservatory style has always been a popular choice across the UK. Given the climate making the most out of the light received is what most of the homeowners are looking for and this conservatory design allows exactly that. The traditional Edwardian design with its four-sided roof is the perfect way of maximizing the light in the room.
This style is all about symmetry and is often made in square or rectangular shapes. The main focus here is maximizing the view by keeping the details to a minimum. The detailing on the glass walls is often limited to the dwarf walls. Edwardian conservatories usually have a flat front. The roof is pitched and has an apex with a set of ridges that resemble a crown.
The Edwardian design at the same time looks elegant and gives a timeless appeal to the space. The elevated, four-sided roof numerous subtle flourishes add beautifully to the conservatory’s eye-catching design. Edwardian conservatories are airy spaces that are timeless yet at the same time suit different styles of homes, be it traditional or modern.
This design is all about simplicity and the layout is just right for small and tight spaces that provide homes a spacious extension for their requirement. To sum it all up, choose this design if you want these things out of a conservatory:
· Maximize Space
· Minimum ornamental fuss
· Great views of the exterior
· Clean lines and geometrical shapes
· Airy and bright space
· Easy to maintain
· Suitable for use all year round
If you are looking for these things then an Edwardian conservatory may well be the answer for you.