Dorset Victorian Conservatories
Some of the most popular and enduring styles of conservatory design are those from the Victorian era. Their popularity is testament to how tradition celebrates a good idea. Conservatories are fundamentally about enjoying natural light and garden views, the Victorian conservatory style maximises both.
During the Victoria era, architectural styles celebrated homes as prized assets; a lot of the concentration was placed on adornment and intricate detailing. Victorian conservatories were quite extravagant structures that were influenced by Gothic styles.
Dorset Victorian Conservatory Installation
A conservatory is one of the most versatile rooms a household can have installed. Whether you use it to unwind and relax in the sun, host great dinner parties, enjoy quality family time, install a mini-gym, provide your children with a playroom, a working office space or place to grow plants, you will find that your Victorian conservatory has an endless amount of benefits and uses. Additionally, many estate agents have confirmed that installing a Victorian conservatory will help boost the value of your home.
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The shape of the Victorian Conservatory is characterised by a hexagonal end. These three sections are called facets and can be extended to five sections if space allows. It is these facets that give the best view of the garden, and maximise the natural light coming into the conservatory. The straight sides connecting the facets to the property that allow for more flexibility because these can be extended to bring the conservatory further into the garden.
Victorian conservatories can be glazed above a dwarf wall, or entirely made from glass. The new doorway to the garden from the conservatory can be set in one of the straight sides extending from the property, or from one of the facets at the end. French style doors are a popular choice to front these beautiful structures.
Swain & Rands will be able to advise you on the many options you can choose from when adding a Victorian conservatory to your home. From the various different finishes to the different types of glass it is a design style that lends itself to both simplicity and yet still leaves room to add the best quality through technological innovation. Self-cleaning glass, triple glazing, or blinds that are manufactured within the glass, these can all be combined with the classic look of the Victorian era.
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