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Small Conservatories

Though little in size, a small conservatory can do big things for your home. Create a gorgeously modern, cosy, and light-filled space with ConservatoryLand.

As well as giving you extra space, a small conservatory creates a beautiful room from which to enjoy your garden in all weathers. No matter how little the area, a smaller conservatory is an excellent way to upgrade your home at an affordable price. And thanks to its small size, it’s likely you won’t need planning permission either.

Whether you love the look and feel of lean-to conservatories or would like to create something truly elegant with a Victorian twist, a small conservatory allows you to transform the space you have into something useful and attractive. Why not create a cosy snug for film nights or treat yourself to a panoramic home office? One thing’s for sure; a small conservatory is a cost- and space-effective way to do it. 

And thanks to modern technology and our expert craftsmanship, a small glass conservatory from ConservatoryLand is built to last. We use only the highest quality materials and expert building methods so you can enjoy making memories in your conservatory for years to come.

Small Conservatory Features and Designs

Don’t let a limited amount of space hold you back from building a perfectly bespoke conservatory. Whether you know what you want already or would like some inspiration to get you started, ConservatoryLand is here to help make your dreams come true. From space-saving lean-to installations to stylish and comfortable Victorian versions, we’ve got plenty of options for you to choose from that will mould effortlessly to your home — no matter how small!

Choose from full of dwarf-style walls, polycarbonate or glass roofing, customisable doors, windows and frames, and your choice of glazing. And with each bespoke conservatory built with long-lasting and highly-insulating materials, your brand new space will be comfortable, hardwearing and energy efficient for years to come.

Got a specific colour scheme in mind? Our conservatories come in a wide range of colour finishes — such as White, Rosewood, Golden Oak, and Grey — so you can design one that suits your home and style. What’s more, we guarantee no discolouration! Not sure which shade would look best? Our expert team is on hand to guide you through every step of the way, no question is too small. 

Small Conservatory Style Options

In our experience, we find lean-to conservatories are often best suited to smaller spaces. With a classic and compact design, you’ll be able to maximise the available space while creating a gorgeous and bespoke new room. But the choice is yours! You’re free to upgrade your home with an Edwardian or Victorian-style conservatory if you wish, or even a gable-front or P-shape room. Whatever your style preferences, we’ll help you make it happen.

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Benefits of a Small Conservatory

There are many benefits of adding a small conservatory to your home, such as: 

  • Enhancing the size and value of your home – whether you live in a bungalow, new build, or period property
  • Enjoying a fully customisable process from start to finish – choosing your preferred roof type, doors and window frames
  • A cost-effective way to expand your home with a bespoke new room 
  • Creating a light-filled space you can enjoy all year round

What’s more, each conservatory from ConservatoryLand comes with a 10-year guarantee. You can also choose to install self-cleaning and solar-control glazing to ensure your conservatory ican be enjoyed all year round with very little maintenance required.

How Much Does a Small Conservatory Cost?

Small conservatories are usually less expensive thanks to fewer materials and reduced labour costs. The exact cost will vary depending on the style you choose, but prices can start from as little as a few thousand pounds.

Here are some examples of what you might expect to pay, depending on the size and scale of your small conservatory project:

Conservatory StyleModelSizePrice From
Lean-toDwarf Wall3m x 3m£4,795
L-ShapeDwarf Wall3m x 3m£5,795
EdwardianDwarf Wall3m x 3m£5,495
Hipped Back EdwardianDwarf Wall3m x 3m£6,195
VictorianDwarf Wall3m x 3m£5,495
Gable FrontDwarf Wall3m x 3m£5,995
P-ShapeDwarf Wall3.5m x 3m£6,395
T-ShapeDwarf Wall4m x 3m£7,195
OrangeryDwarf Wall3m x 3m£8,995

Prices shown are for the conservatory only (windows, doors and roof) for self-build on to your own base. Prices shown do not include base, dwarf walls or installation.

Get a Quote for a Small Conservatory

Have you got a small outdoor space that you’d love to turn into a cosy, bespoke room? Then get in touch with us today. No matter how little the space you have, a small conservatory is a simple and affordable way to upgrade your home with a modern and light-filled room. 

For your personalised quote, simply fill out our online form or give us a call and we’ll be happy to help.

And if you’re still deciding, why not order a free brochure? The ConservatoryLand brochure covers all of our styles and customisation options to help you choose the option that’s best for you.

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