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Victorian Conservatories

A classic Victorian design is an eternally popular style which will typically have three facets to the front, giving a pleasing, curved appearance, or a lean-to style with its clean simple lines is ideally suited to bungalows.

A derivative option is to combine a Victorian style with a lean-to creating the appealing P-shape design, suitable for larger properties, creating a conservatory with a floor plan that has two different areas to fulfil different uses.

Split into three or five facets depending on your personal preferences, you will find that a Victorian conservatory from Home Logic Conservatories is a great choice.

Door Options

The doors fitted to your conservatory have an integral role to play in terms of connecting it to both the interior and exterior environment, and you may have your own preference in terms of its opening. We have options that fold, slide and swing that offer unparalleled functionality and security.

Frame Options

There’s no doubt that dissimilar sized and shaped frames can have a differing effect on the overall aesthetics of a conservatory, as can frames that boast contrasting dimensions and contours, with them being a very noticeable component of any extension. You would be wise to remember this when choosing the finished frame so choose wisely.

Colour Options

You can marry together your home and home extension in perfect harmony thanks to our extensive colour range. Whilst all our finishes are too numerous to list here, assorted colours include green, cream, black, grey, light oak and whitegrain as we look to accommodate the growing demand for coloured conservatories amongst householders. That’s not to say that a traditional white conservatory no longer has the same appeal it once possessed, far from it, it’s just that the emergent availability of further colours can give a property an unmistakable distinctiveness.

Planning Permission

Home Logic Conservatories will take care of any conservatory that comes subject to Planning Permission & Building Regulations by approaching the relevant local authority. It may be the case that all necessary criteria has already been met and the obtaining of planning permission is not necessary.