The Victorian conservatory is the most popular choice for British homeowners, and there is a host of reasons why.
We take a further look at what gives Victorian conservatories their character, and how they may be able to benefit your home.
What defines a Victorian conservatory?
Once you know the features that make up a Victorian conservatory, you won’t be able to stop noticing them!
Victorian conservatories usually feature a curved bay window, a steeply pitched roof, ornate ridge details and an overall curved aesthetic. With modern technologies, they are available in a range of colours and materials, including aluminium and timber, with the most popular still being white uPVC.
Why are they so popular?
Thanks to their elegant and simply stylish aesthetic, a Victorian conservatory is suited to any property, ranging from traditional cottages to contemporary new build developments. With a curved design, Victorian extensions are even suitable for homes with less room to play with, such as town or semi-detached houses.
A Victorian conservatory, as with any other design, ensures that you can make the most of your living space and garden at all times of the year. Innovation means that they are completely insulated, and won’t be like a fridge in the Winter! This makes a conservatory the ideal place to both entertain or relax in, for every member of your family and any guests.
Victorian conservatory installation from the specialists
It’s in the name. Oakley Green are the conservatory specialists. We have been pleasing customers with our work since 1999 – across the South of the UK.
We don’t just offer Victorian styles! For slightly different tastes, we can also install Edwardian, Gull wing, Regency and combination conservatory designs. If you have any queries about our conservatory range, why not pop along to one of our show sites? – there is bound to be one within easy reach, with our sites located in Bristol, Thatcham and Maidenhead!