Conservatory Styles

Choosing the right design for your conservatory can be a difficult task. Some styles look modern and some more traditional. Some of the styles provide you with more space inside which can be important.

Take a look through our range of styles and if you have any questions, please give us a call.

At Britestyle, we’re here to help. If you’re not sure what type of windows you want, give us a call and we’ll be more than happy to discuss our product range with you.

The survey process

Our surveyor, who has many years of conservatory manufacture and installation experience, will visit your home to offer you advice on design options and practical advise such as maximum recommended sizes etc. We’ll take away all the necessary information to provide you with a full written quotation pack with the full specification of your proposed conservatory, 3D drawings, comprehensive price breakdown and a general information pack.

Edwardian Style

(Also known as the Georgian)

The Edwardian offers practical living space along with elegant styling. The styling benefits from a square shape couple with an impressive pitched roof.

The Edwardian is easily adaptable to suit most applications.

Victorian Style

The classic design comprises a multi faceted style.

It is completely adaptable and like the Edwardian will suit all house styles and bungalows.

Gable End Style

(Also known as Flat Front or Barn Style)

This classic design takes it’s inspiration from the original ‘Orangery’ of years gone by. More spacious than it’s counterparts this is an impressive style and an imposing addition to the larger property.

Sun-Lounge Style

(Also known as the Lean-to)

This simple alternative is the most popular on properties where back height is an issue. Our unique low pitch roof (2.5 degrees) offers all the aesthetics of our regular roofs with the advantage of using the same 35mm polycarbonate.

P-Shaped Style

This more complex style combines the Edwardian, Victorian or Gable end with the Sun-Lounge.

It is most suitable on larger homes and offers spacious proportions couple with an imposing style.