At Stevly, our extensive range of cost-effective uPVC conservatories is second to none, with a solution for almost every property. Combining the award winning Liniar profile, with the market leading Eurocell roof, our conservatories have excellent thermal properties, providing you with a high quality, energy efficient product.
Victorian Style Conservatory
The Victorian is one of the most popular conservatory styles, with it’s traditional lines, it adds elegance to any home, whether new build or a period property.
Consisting of a bay front, steeply pitched roof and ornate ridge details, it can comprise of either the three-facet (a bay front and three main windows at wide angles), or the five facet (a bay front but with five main windows).
Victorian conservatories are attractive and versatile and can be designed to perfectly fit the space you have available, from a large garden to a small patio.
Edwardian Style Conservatory
The Edwardian conservatory (also known as the Georgian) has a similar in style to the Victorian, with the main difference being that it’s square or rectangular in footprint.
With more subtle lines, the Edwardian embodies airiness and light compared to the elaborate design of the Victorian.
Typically, an Edwardian style conservatory will have a high, sloping roof, providing a wonderful vaulted look and ensuring a light, bright and inspiring room.
Gable Style Conservatory
The Gable shares many characteristics with the Edwardian, featuring a traditional apex pitched roof, combined with a striking front elevation, fully glazed to the apex.
Often called the ‘sunburst effect’, the front of gable end conservatories gives the appearance of the rising of the sun, and the gable roof gives a grand and stunning impact, inside and out.
Lean-To Style Conservatory
The lean-to conservatory is the prefect solution for those on a budget, offering a simple solution that allows maximum space in a highly economical style.
With clean, contemporary lines, the lean-to gives a simple, understated design, that is popular on modern properties.
Lean-to conservatories are often referred to as sun rooms, or garden rooms, as they trap winter sunlight and convert it into heat through the glass.