When it comes to choosing a new conservatory, there are many different styles available. We have options to complement all homes — from new builds to period properties. There are even conservatory types to suit bungalows, such as the hipped back Edwardian.
Need help choosing the right type of conservatory for your home? In this guide, we outline some of our most popular styles. If you have any questions, give us a call. Our team is on hand with useful tips and advice to help you find the perfect style for your property.
Popular types of conservatories
Thanks to our wide range of modern conservatories, you can find a style that perfectly suits your property. Some of our most popular types of conservatories include:
- Lean-to – a simple style perfect for both modern and traditional homes
- Gable – this type of conservatory adds character and plenty of natural light, thanks to its pitched roof elevation
- Orangery – this timeless type of extension offers grandeur and comfort
- Victorian – classic and distinctive, this style features a beautiful bay front
- Edwardian – a stylish conservatory type with sleek lines
- Hipped back Edwardian – a versatile option to suit homes with height restrictions
Compare different types of conservatories
You can choose from our wide range of conservatories to find a style that suits you — whether you want to maximise your space or add light and comfort to your home.
Whatever your needs, our high-quality conservatories are made-to-measure, so your extension is completely bespoke to you and your home. Plus, every build comes with a 10-year guarantee for your peace of mind. We compare some of our most popular styles below.
The gable conservatory suits different types of homes, including new builds and period properties. Thanks to its modern design and high-vaulted roof, the gable-front conservatory adds space and character to your property.
The orangery is an elegant and timeless option. With a luxury internal pelmet and a large aluminium gutter, an orangery adds a touch of grandeur to any home.
The Victorian conservatory features a bay front and a steeply pitched roof. This classic type of conservatory adds a distinctive character to your property, thanks to its decorative cresting and finials.
Edwardian conservatories are modern and elegant. Perfectly suited to all property types, this style of conservatory has sleek lines and a pitched roof.
Hipped back Edwardian conservatory
We also offer a hipped back option to suit properties restricted by height, such as bungalows.
Design your own conservatory
At ConservatoryLand, we offer high-quality conservatories made to your exact specifications. With each element of the build in your hands, you can customise the options to change the overall price.
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