Conservatory Styles

Your local Double Glazing Network Dealer will offer you a wide collection of conservatory styles. From modern conservatory styles to traditional conservatory styles, your local dealer will present you with an exceptional range of conservatory options.

Victorian Conservatory

The traditional Victorian conservatory design includes a three or five facet bay that projects out giving an attractive angled outline and excellent outside views. The beautiful finials that line the roof add a lavish finishing touch which complement properties in this style.

Lean-To Conservatory

Probably the most popular and cost-effective conservatory style, lean-to conservatories are ideal if you have limited space. They are also perfect for bungalows where there can often be height restrictions as well as homes requiring a little more living space.

Edwardian Conservatory

Edwardian conservatories have a bold sleek shape providing e a striking addition to your home. Their square design makes the most of available floor space and allows for natural sunlight to flood inside.

Gable-Ended Conservatory

The high-angled roof of a Gable conservatory maximises sunlight creating a warm and airy atmosphere inside. The gable-end often incorporates a ‘rising-sun’ design, a stylish and charming feature offering a sense of grandeur to your property.

Bespoke Conservatories

Combining the lean-to conservatory with one of the many other styles can create a huge range of design options such as P-shaped or T-Shaped structures. Bespoke conservatories can be a perfect solution if you have an unconventional building space or would like something unique.


Offering more privacy than other conservatories, an orangery is a truly luxurious way to extend your home. Grand but not flashy, an orangery will provide you with a beautiful new living space. Orangeries provide many different options for customisation and are therefore proving to be a very popular choice for homeowners.