Conservatories, Orangeries And Roof Lanterns
Add light and space to your home
Adding a conservatory to your property is the simplest way to create additional living space and is proud to offer advanced, fully sculptured PVCu and aluminium conservatory systems from K2.
Victorian conservatories are generally adorned with the traditional cresting and finials and are versatile both in terms of size and practicality.
They will complement almost any style of property and can be readily adapted to suit whatever space is available – whether a large garden or a small patio area.
Victorian conservatories usually have a three or five facet bay.
This increasingly popular design enjoys an imposing front elevation, delivering a feeling of height and space.
As a result, the Gable adds a real sense of presence to any home – even older, period properties.
If you’re looking for a conservatory that takes your breath away every time you look at it, then this is definitely the style for you!
The Georgian conservatory, also known as the Edwardian, is characterised by its square or rectangular footprint. This shape makes it incredibly space efficient – allowing you to achieve the maximum possible floor area, with increased furnishing options.
The Georgian style conservatory isn’t just about function. It is a stylish choice that will suit many contemporary homes with its clear, strong lines and is often at its best with a brick, dwarf wall.
If you’re looking for something a little less ornate, a sunroom or low pitch conservatory might be the perfect solution.
Sometimes referred to as a Mediterranean, lean-to or studio room, this style enjoys crisp, clean lines and has a truly modern feel.
For those wanting a little more than a traditional conservatory, an orangery is the ideal solution.
Orangeries are a well balanced mix of traditional home extensions and conservatories, blending light with reassuring sturdiness.
Traditional extensions often reduce valuable natural light in a home.
Roof lanterns, traditionally used to add a touch of grandeur to conservatories, have become an ideal solution to this problem.
Sitting on top of the roof, lanterns are a glass roof elevated with side frames, often including vents for improved temperature control.