A statement of elegance
Gable Conservatories, like the Edwardian/Georgian style, are always square or rectangular in shape, ensuring that you get maximum floor space to utilise when increasing the size of your home. The gable front of the conservatory adds style and also maximises light coming into the room, while the height of the conservatory gives the room a feeling of space. The front gable frame can be made to look like the rising sun and is often referred to as a sunburst gable.
This style is excellent for replicating a conservatory in a traditional style, particularly suitable for period properties. The Gable style is reminiscent of bygone days, alongside orangeries it is a fine example of a distinguished glazed building.
A variant of the Edwardian style roof and coasting of duo-pitched sides with a flat-faced frontage.
The Gable style conservatory works extremely well with older style properties, and can help echo the style of the main building.
Gable conservatories have two sloping roof sections ending in a vertical Gabel end, like many house designs.
With a sense of grandeur, the Gable end conservatory offers a light and airy design, additional headroom and excellent use of the available internal floor space.
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