- The Georgian-style conservatory echoes the symmetrical proportions of fine Palladian mansions and Greek and Roman lines and columns, a style which was semi-revived in villa properties in the Edwardian period. These conservatories are a popular choice for modern and period properties for the practical, straightforward internal space they create and are particularly suited to modern-day living.
- Highly practical, flat-fronted design – very symmetrical square or rectangular in shape
- The high roof is sloping, giving a vaulted effect from the inside.
- Georgian or Edwardian double-hipped conservatories are a classic-looking solution for larger glass spaces.
At Ipswich Trade Frames, we offer a classic roof system which gives any Georgian or Edwardian conservatory an elegant and classic appearance, with clean lines from slim frames. Our Georgian or Edwardian conservatories offer a choice of positions for the doors and a range of finishes including oak and white to tie in with the property itself.