Add Character To Your Home With a Traditional Conservatory in Derby

Right back to the Victorian era, Traditional conservatories have always been popular and never go out of fashion.

Although orangeries have become more common on people’s homes over recent years, and solid roof conservatories like our Equinox system provide alternatives to traditional conservatories, we still find lots of people go for the traditional look of some of the more classically designed conservatories.

When people visit the Trade Windows Home Improvement Centre, many tell us that they want a conservatory that adds character to their home. Their eye is often drawn to the traditional style conservatories we have on display. It’s the design, look and feel of our traditional conservatories that makes them a popular choice for many people looking to add a new space to their home.

One of the things we love about traditional conservatories is the beautiful and classic designs they have which are timeless. Period conservatories can be added to an older property to be in keeping with its rustic look, or added to a modern home to add a touch of traditional elegance.

There are many different traditional style conservatories to choose from at Trade Windows in Derby. It can sometimes be hard to know which design will work best for your home and fit with your vision. If you’re looking for a traditional conservatory in Derby, find out more below about the different types of designs you can get from Trade Windows.

Victorian Conservatory

Victorian Conservatory

Victorian conservatories have a really elegant look. You can see them on many people’s homes across Derby.  With a bay front and a pitched roof, the ornate roof ridge often found on Victorian conservatories gives it a period look. They can add character to any modern property, or complement the look of an older home.

Victorian conservatories are often used by customers at Trade Windows as a relaxing spot to enjoy the garden in peace, with fantastic light it’s also a great place to read a book.

Edwardian Conservatory

Edwardian Conservatory

Based on the Victorian design, Edwardian conservatories have a rectangular shape with a flat front. With a ridged roof design too, Edwardian conservatories look great if you match the colour of the frame and roof with your windows and doors, to get a consistent matching look across your property.

Lean-to traditional conservatory in Derby

Lean to

Lean-to conservatories have a recognisable traditional design. Sometimes called a Mediterranean, lean-to conservatories usually have a slanted roof which slopes down away from the property.

A really simple but effective design if you’re just looking for a place to relax and chill out. With a lean-to conservatory, you can get a traditional conservatory in Derby that has a simple design, but can add an elegant touch to your home.

P or L Shaped Conservatories

P or L Shaped

P shaped conservatories, or L shaped as they are often referred to, mix lean-to conservatories with Victorian or Edwardian styles. Great for adding extra space or a garden style room to the home, P shaped conservatories are often very spacious so they are a good option to go for if you’re looking to create a second large living space or perhaps use it as a large dining area.

T Shaped Conservatories

T  shaped

Another great traditional conservatory in Derby you can get from Trade Windows is the T shaped design. Usually designed as a wide room which can span across the width of a property, the doors are positioned centrally to provide a stylish entrance to the garden. Take a look at the picture above and you can see this customer has Georgian bars on their windows which go really well with the colour and design of this T shaped conservatory.

Talk To Trade Windows

If you’d like to talk about any of the conservatory designs above, talk to Trade Windows on 01332 755551 to arrange an appointment. We talk you through all the different designs you can go for and other design options like bifold doors, which are a great way to connect your home to your garden.