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A well thought out conservatory, is all about light, space and more outdoors. It’s also about tailoring your new space to suit your lifestyle.
Do you need a garden room for plants and pets? Or a place to sit and relax on summer days?
The Edwardian Conservatory is popular amongst those who prefer simpler, uncomplicated designs. The Edwardian has a flat-walled design which combines smooth symmetrical shapes with delicate finishing touches, resulting in a beautifully understated conservatory.
Unlike a Victorian conservatory which features a distinctive architectural style, the Edwardian conservatory can be incorporated into many modern homes.
Traditional yet contemporary in design, the Edwardian conservatory features a generous sloping roof that provides a vaulted effect. This vaulted effect captures and enhances natural light, illuminating your conservatory.
Partially glazed or fully glazed? Solid roof or a conservatory glass roof? Edwardian conservatories come in many different styles for your home.
There are many different glazing styles to choose from – energy efficient glass, self-cleaning glass and solar glass to name a few. There’s even tinted glass which can often be a great option for South-facing conservatories.
Most Edwardian conservatory frames are uPVC but they don’t have to be. Aluminium frames have slimmer sightlines and are stronger while wooden frames add class, but require a lot of maintenance.
How much brick do you want? A dwarf wall below the windows will add solidity to your conservatory and make it feel more like an extension than a glasshouse.
Whichever Edwardian style you choose, just make sure it isn’t too dominating in your garden. You want to add value and appreciate the outdoors, not take attention away from it.
When it comes to planning your conservatory interior, the most important thing to consider is fading.
No one wants to spend a fortune on decorating their conservatory, to find that six months later their carefully chosen designs have faded away to nothing.
The good news is, most manufacturers these days are aware of this risk so there is some fantastic fade and water-resistant materials now on the market.
What sort of flooring do you want? Any flooring that is practical and durable should be on your list. Natural stone or ceramic tile flooring make great options. Pale stone flooring will reflect light back but with any natural material, it will take a little bit of maintenance.
Using stone floors will help keep you cool in the summer but will equally make your room feel cosy in the winter. Stone is a good conductor for underfloor heating.
Wood – not so much. Wood tends to fade in the sun so unless you want that washed out look, you might want to consider that stone flooring.
How are you going to heat your conservatory? Well, you can extend the existing central heating into fitted radiators or even install underfloor heating.
Conservatory blinds are also a good option. They protect you from the sun as well as helping to retain heat when the temperature starts to drop.