If your home is traditional, the Victorian design is an ideal fit, with its multifaceted front contributing to its splendid curve. For a more distinct profile, the three-bell shape is best, with the five-bell model offering a rounded bay front with doors leading to the garden.
For contemporary homes, LONDON GLAZING designs a Victorian conservatory to mesh with modern exteriors. This typically involves adding dwarf walls to the side of the structure, offering ledges for decorative bits and pieces, as well as installing glass down to the floor to complete the contemporary look.
A Victorian conservatory should blend with the property and not look like an afterthought. However old your property, though, your Victorian conservatory will have modern double-glazing, electric ventilation and under floor heating. Ideally, your Victorian conservatory’s painted exterior will match the exterior of your property. Victorian conservatory styles often featured thin frames and glass. For manufacturers of modern Victorian conservatories, the trick is to replicate this style and still meet Building Regulations. So, whether you want three or five facets, white or oak, your Ultra frame Victorian conservatory will look classic and elegant as well as being highly versatile and pleasing on the eye. At LONDON GLAZING, all our Victorian conservatory styles are made to suit your needs. It’s your choice about the finish you have or the position of the doors.