Edwardian Conservatory

Edwardian Conservatory

The Edwardian-style conservatory eliminates Victorian fussiness in favour of modern openness

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Edwardian Conservatory

Edwardian conservatories can be a great way to add more style to your home without breaking your budget, giving you a brand-new conservatory that looks great and adds plenty of floor space.

At Conservatories Near Me, we pride ourselves on creating excellent new conservatory options for each client, whether we are matching the conservatory project to their property styles or focusing on elegant design features to create their dream conservatory.

Edwardian conservatories offer some excellent natural light and extra living space, but what makes an Edwardian classic-style conservatory add so much to a home?

Who Are We

Conservatories Near Me are an experienced conservatory and orangery construction group with countless past projects under our belt.

We are fully authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, as well as carrying multiple certifications for our excellent work.

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Why Choose Us

Our friendly team can provide the experience you need to get a stunning conservatory with extravagant detailing found only when you get expert advice.

We can produce bespoke Edwardian conservatories with a highly versatile design, all in a cost-effective way.

10 Years of Building Edwardian Conservatories

We have spent 10 years building Edwardian conservatories, as well as conservatory options of any style and shape. We understand how Edwardian-style conservatories amplify the most defining traits of any home.

Edwardian Conservatory Cost

Edwardian conservatories can cost anywhere from £7,500 to £8,500 by default. Contact us for a free quote (and a no-obligation quote).

Using options line Novuna personal finance can sometimes make a difference to how much you end up paying, but this depends on how you approach the project.

Get in touch for a quote instead - this is the easiest way to know what your project may cost you and how you can refine it to make it more budget-friendly,

Edwardian Conservatory Materials

·        Aluminium

·        UPVC Conservatories

·        Timber

Edwardian Conservatory Roofs

·        Tiled Conservatory Roof

·        Glass Conservatory Roof

·        Solid Panel Conservatory Roof

·        Hybrid Conservatory Roof

Edwardian Conservatory Roof Replacement

We can replace the roof on Edwardian conservatories, as well as provide more customisation options for any existing Edwardian conservatories. The Edwardian era style can be redefined with larger windows, sharp edges, more subdued lines, or even unique heavy ornamentation.

Edwardian Conservatory Plans

We have a strong sense of how to design these spaces and can help you plan out the floor space.

Whether you go for a simple square or rectangular shape or something more unique, we can combine that classic design with your available floor space to get you the living space you want.

Do I need planning permission for an Edwardian conservatory?

These projects only need planning permission if you are creating more room than expected or if your home is in a conservation area or is a listed building. Our experts can help you deal with planning permission (since the rules are always subject to status of the project).

Why Edwardian-Style Conservatories?

Edwardian conservatory designs are very attractive and surprisingly practical. The flat front and flat walls provide more space, with the subdued lines making the area more comfortable and functional.

The glass roof is often a pitched roof that allows more light through, and a light-filled conservatory can be an incredibly high-value addition to your home.

Even the most basic UPVC Edwardian conservatories provide comfort and heat retention year-round.

Edwardian Style Conservatory

Edwardian style designs can vary heavily, but most have a pitched roof made of glass and look out onto the garden.

The windows add light and allow the room to be brightened up during the day while also heating the room up. With double glazing, this becomes even easier.

Our trading style means that we can adapt each conservatory to suit the client's wants and needs. From colour options to the kind of floor plan we create, we can work with each client to get them something bespoke and unique.

Victorian Conservatories

Unlike Victorian designs, our Edwardian options often use a lot more modern elements. However, we can easily mix the two or create a bespoke design taking elements from both.

This allows us to gradually piece together an entirely unique design if that is what the client is looking for.

Our staff are highly experienced in this kind of work and can be involved in the project from the first steps of planning to the finishing touches.


We provide insulation that can offer year-round heating and protection for the conservatory. Whether you are using standard designs or unique dwarf walls in a range of colour options, we can help you ensure that your new space is warm and comfortable.


Conservatory spaces are great for a wide range of uses, including:

·        Relaxing

·        Staying warm in winter

·        Enjoying the sun (or sunset or sunrise)

·        Growing plants

·        Adding shelter to your garden

·        Creating a party or get-together area

·        Studying

·        Working from home

·        Creating a place to socialise during an unexpected home visit

A space like this is treated like any other room in your home, and that makes it a highly multi-functional space. The way you use your finished conservatory is all down to how you plan to adapt it and furnish it as time goes on.

Edwardian Conservatory Glass Types

·        Heat Reflective Glass

·        Laminated Conservatory Glass

·        Toughened Safety Glass

·        Self-Cleaning Glass

·        Curved Conservatory Glass

·        Leaded Conservatory Glass

·        Georgians Bars

·        Frosted Conservatory Glass

·        Single Glazed Glass

·        Double Glazed Glass

·        Triple Glazed Glass

Edwardian Conservatory Door Types

·        Bi-Fold doors

·        French doors

·        Patio doors

·        Single doors

·        Panelled doors

Frequently Asked Questions

What is an Edwardian conservatory?

The Edwardian conservatory was originally designed during the reign of Queen Victoria. It acts as a house extension, using large windows and a glass roof to let more light in.

As extensions, these are part of the house and serve as additional living spaces and/or places to grow plants.

What is the difference between an Edwardian and Victorian conservatory?

Victorian conservatories are rounded and often have limited roof options. Edwardian conservatory designs use large windows, more natural light availability, modern roof options and far more sleek lines.

What is the lifespan of a conservatory?

A typical conservatory lasts 20 years with minimal cleaning and maintenance, or much longer if you take care of it.


If you are looking for the ideal conservatory option, then contact us directly through our contact details or an online form. We can provide the support you need to get your space finished and ready to enjoy in almost no time.

Our team are experienced in what they do and understands how to work with a client to deliver the best possible results. Do not hesitate to look at what we can offer.

Get In Touch

The sooner you get in touch, the sooner we can start working on your brand-new home extension. Feel free to let us know what you are looking for as soon as you have an idea, or let our experts help you plan it from the very start.

Whatever you are looking for, it is worth getting in contact with us and talking with some of our specialists. No matter how specific your requirements might be, we can make sure that we are able to deliver something that will meet with your standards.

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