The Edwardian era, named after King Edward VII, lasted for just under ten years but made a huge impact in terms of style and design. Known for elegance and luxury and influenced by the Arts and Crafts movement, the fashions of the time also reacted against the ornate nature of the Victorian age. If you would like a luxurious conservatory installed on your property, Elmhurst Windows is the company to trust.
Edwardian Conservatory Features
An Edwardian conservatory features straight, clean lines and large panes of plain glass to maximise the amount of light coming into the structure. They are generally rectangle in shape, to make the most of floor space and have pitched roofs with a central ridge. Although comparable in design to Victorian conservatories, Edwardian conservatories have more muted lines and a greater emphasis on lightness and openness.
Edwardian Conservatory Benefits
As Edwardian conservatories utilise as much floor space as possible, they are a cost-effective addition to your property. Edwardian conservatories, which are made out of plain glass panelling and huge windows, increase the amount of light that enters your home, giving the sense of additional room. You can enhance the light in your Edwardian conservatory even further by opting for a glass roof that bathes the area with natural light, creating a big, light, and bright space.
How Much Will an Edwardian Conservatory Cost?
When it comes to the cost of an Edwardian conservatory, the factors that influence cost are the size, the roof type, and the amount of solid walling included in the design.
An Edwardian conservatory with plenty of dwarf walling, for example, will be significantly more expensive to install than a polycarbonate roofed full glass conservatory. However, our professional team at Elmhurst Windows can talk you through the various options. At Elmhurst Windows, we offer flexible options with all of our structures.
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