Building a well-designed conservatory is the ideal way to broaden your home’s living space. A conservatory makes your living space grand and gives your proud property a modern look with an elegant touch of luxury. A conservatory makes your exterior look aesthetically pleasing and floods a good amount of natural light into your space.
Conservatories help create extra space, add beauty and meaning, too. At Priory, we give the conservatories a wide range of style options and can fit them to almost any type of property. As a result, having one will boost the value and aesthetics of your house.
Priory specializes in building tailor-made conservatories in Whitley Bay, Tyneside and the North East using the most modern, energy efficient materials and building techniques.
Our conservatory design service is one of the best in the North East and we give you a wide range of options for choosing a conservatory style that can be customized to your needs and wishes.
Conservatory style of your choice
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Here are some of the Conservatory styles available from Priory Windows
1. Edwardian Style
Edwardian style is one of the most common and favoured styles of conservatory. An Edwardian conservatory, having clean surfaces, helps to fill your living space with plenty of natural light. This type of conservatory most importantly adds beauty and value to your house.
The classic Edwardian style roof combines modern and traditional look. We specialise in the development of good conservatories of Edwardian design in Whitley Bay, Tyneside and North East England.
2. Victorian Style
Given its ornate design and versatility, the Victorian style of conservatories is the most common in Britain. Though the Victorian style is similar to the Edwardian style, the angled windows have a great view of the bay. Because of the orientation of the bay windows, there are lots of light streams in, which make the place look spacious and bright. Priory is expert in conserving the distinctive Victorian style in Whitley Bay, Tyneside and North East England.
3. The Lean-to-conservatory Style
The Lean-to-conservatory, or Mediterranean conservatory, is the simplest conservatory style, with clean lines that give it a contemporary look and make them a popular modern housing conservatory. If you like the clean, understated lines of a Mediterranean sunroom this conservatory style will be perfect for you.
Lean-to-conservatories introduce a Mediterranean feel into your home, capturing the winter sunlight and turning it through the glass into heat. The lean-to-conservatory’s simple form gives you full room in a highly economical style.
4. Gable-end conservatory Style
Gable-end conservatory is rectangular or square-shaped. The style of this conservatory is simple and elegant. A gable-end conservatory has a vaulted ceiling that gives you an elevated look, while the square floor plan allows you enough room to add some furniture and plants to it. Priory will help you make a beautiful gable-end conservatory in Whitley Bay, Tyneside and North England.
5. P-Shaped conservatory style
A versatile style is created through the P-shape conservatory. This is because it extends in different directions to the conservatory. Therefore, the P-shaped conservatory is suitable to use as two separate living areas. Modern families often use the longer part of the P-shape style as a lounge or dining area and use the rounded portion as a play area for children.
Priory supplies and fits all types of conservatories in Whitley Bay, Tyneside and throughout the North East. If you need any help please feel free to contact us on 0191 251 2999. OR VISIT OUR SHOWROOMS IN WHITLEY BAY 5 Burnt House Rd | Whitley Bay | NE25 9DZ