P-Shape Conservatories


The P-Shaped Conservatory – symmetrical and proportional in its design.

The original conservatories were built on period homes of the 18th and early 19th centuries, in a style which features a flat front and a square or rectangular symmetrical flooring shape, a convenient shape for laying out furniture and plants. The conservatory was considered a highly exclusive addition to any property, such conservatories were originally the preserve only of the upper classes and the rich merchants who lived in luxury and ostentatious homes. It is therefore unsurprising that it has been replicated on so many homes ever since.

The ideal style for a larger conservatory, a P-shape can combine for example a lean-to and a Victorian, to create a versatile style that can be used as two different living areas. Due to the proportions needed to achieve the P-shapes, the styles are better suited to larger properties, giving a versatile floor space and impressive result to any home.

The larger P-shapes style is perfect as a room with a dual purpose, such as a lounge/dining area through to a fun family room.

The P-Shaped style can be specified as either a three facet or five facet Victorian or an Edwardian square front design.


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