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Georgian Conservatories

A picture of the Solar Impuls solar powered aeroplaneThe Georgian conservatory is one of the most straightforward designs available. They suit the majority of home styles but will look spectacular combined with existing Georgian architecture.

The square or rectangular design means you can make the most of the space provided by the conservatory and should have no trouble fitting in furniture.

The Edwardian conservatory features mostly the same characteristics and benefits as a Georgian design due to its inspiration being taken from this period, so you will often see them described in the same way or falling under the same category.

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Characteristics of Georgian conservatories

Flat sides and symmetrical design combined with a high sloping Georgian conservatory roof are the most distinguishable elements of a Georgian style conservatory. This should create a bright and airy space – ideal for use as a sun room or additional living space. Some builds will feature a dwarf wall – a short wall running around the bottom section of the structure, whilst others will be fully glazed with floor to ceiling panels.

Benefits of Georgian conservatories

With such a simple design, the Georgian conservatory is one of the most affordable options on the market. Not only this, but the straightforward rectangular shape means it’s easy to fit plenty of furniture in, which gives you the option to use the conservatory for a range of purposes.

If you are looking to invest in a more traditional style of conservatory but would still like to keep the look simple, a Georgian design offers a great middle ground between the more modern and the Victorian styles.

Cost of Georgian conservatories

Whilst costs will vary depending on a number of factors, Academy Home suggests prices for a Georgian or Edwardian conservatory start at around £7,995. There are several choices that will affect the cost including size and the materials you opt for. Generally the frames can be made of aluminium, uPVC or wood.

You will also need to choose the kind of glass you would like used, with many suppliers offering single, double and even triple glazed options as well as polycarbonate.

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Frequently asked questions

What kind of floor can I have in my conservatory?

You can choose from a wide range of floor types for your conservatory including tiles, vinyl and laminate. We have a handy guide to conservatory flooring which weighs up the pros and cons of each.

What can a conservatory be used for?

Whatever you like! Different conservatory styles are suited to different purposes however – for example the lantern conservatory is ideal for housing a swimming pool. Many people choose to use their conservatory for everyday rooms such as a playroom or dining area. You should consider what you will use the conservatory for when it comes to picking things like the heating and flooring during the design stage.