Edwardian conservatories offer a modern interpretation of a regal age in British architectural history. Edwardian conservatories are typically characterised by their square or rectangular footprint. This design means they are incredibly space efficient, allowing you to enjoy the maximum possible floor area. However that’s not to say Edwardian conservatories are all about function. They offer a form in abundance too thanks to their wide spread use of design flourishes such as elaborate cresting and detailed mouldings.
Edwardian conservatories (often also known as Georgian conservatories) are a similar style to the Victorian, the main difference being a flat front whereas Victorian conservatories have an angular front.