Individually designed or Bespoke Conservatories.
How your new orangery or conservatory can look.
Some of the more recognisable styles that will fall into this bespoke category are known as P-shaped, T-shaped & L-shaped conservatories, and are generally a combination of one or more other designs, such as using Victorian & Lean-to in order to form a p-shaped conservatory.
Grander versions can be double height or with tiled roofing, raised terraces , veranda sections, panoramic bi-folding doors, fancy brickwork with the conservatory being constructed from either uPVC or hardwood.
The room does not always have to be attached to the main property as they can also be designed as a “free standing “ conservatory, such as a large garden room for those who are fortunate enough to have the space.
Optional design features:
To make the most of your conservatory there are quite a few options that you may consider including, such as underfloor heating, specialised lighting, ceiling fans or air conditioning for the interior.
On the structure itself, there are options for tinted glass, leaded glazed panels, solid infill panels energy efficient glass (such as low-e glass) double or triple glazed sections that have gas infill to improve energy efficiency.
For conservatories that exceed certain dimensions you will need to find out about planning permission before you start work. Your installer should be fully aware of all the factors involved and many offer a full project management service which includes all aspects of meeting both planning & building regulatory requirements.
For a quick guide to planning permission for conservatories go to our Planning Page.