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Beautifull Windows, Doors & Conservatories
Victorian Victorian Victorian

Victorian Conservatories

Victorian conservatories are arguably the most recognised style of conservatory. It's ’50 pence’ bay front shape is what that most people immediately associate with a traditional conservatory.

Victorians offer that classic look with the flexibility of being very bespoke. The basic shape has three equal facets to the front giving the conservatory a nice balance. Five and even seven facets are popular on larger units.

A nice variation is the ‘wide front three facet Victorian’, this style has a wider front with the angled returns on each side narrower. This creates more floor area and space whilst retaining the Victorian look.

The glazing bars in the roof can be constructed in either fanned/spider or jacked rafters (the conservatory pictured left, shows fanned/spider rafters). Jack rafters adjoin  the window mullions at 90°.

The roof can be glazed with 25 mm or 35mm polycarbonate or 24 mm double glazed glass units.

As with all our conservatories there are a multitude of different options, including decorative glazed top vents, roof vents, and box gutters (please see the relevant links).

All are available in PVC, in flat white, woodgrain foils in white, cream, black, mahogany, rosewood and oak. Powder coated aluminium and timber. Please link to the relevant pages for more detail.