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Conservatories from Atrium

Whilst we've been manufacturing conservatories for 35 years, for the past 17 years we haven't repeated any design. We are truly a "bespoke" manufacturer. The vast array of photographs set out below gives a small indication of possible configurations - many of which are distinctly different and why not?

Exterior Views:
Gothic Style Gabled Conservatory
Gothic Style Gabled Conservatory Gabled gothic style onto and Old Vicarage
Hipped Conservatory with Stonework Piers
Hipped Conservatory with Stonework Piers Bespoke conservatory design as its best
lean to Link with Porch Entrance
lean to Link with Porch Entrance This 'Lean to' or 'Mono-pitch' style Conservatory was designed to fit in the gap between the original part off the house and a newer timber clad extension.
A conservatory in Herefordshire with contemporary styling.
A conservatory in Herefordshire with contemporary styling. The particularly large central window makes the most of the views and the lead grey colour is currently very popular.
A different take on a glazed extension -
A different take on a glazed extension - small but a perfect matching style
This photo displays a conservatory that has been finished to match
This photo displays a conservatory that has been finished to match the existing oak windows. The complete building has been raised to the house floor level to create a full functioning extension to the house but, and we think you will agree, with considerable style.
This double gabled conservatory has been finished in a Farrow & Ball
This double gabled conservatory has been finished in a Farrow & Ball colour to complement the weathered boarding of the original cottage. The stone work has also been carefully matched to the original cottage to create the complete overall impression viewed.
Simplicity does not have to be boring.
Simplicity does not have to be boring. This lean-to with an oak finish perfectly merges with its surroundings.
The benefit of a bespoke conservatory (like this one at Newent, Gloucestershire)
The benefit of a bespoke conservatory (like this one at Newent, Gloucestershire) is that it can truly reflect and extend the style of the cottage onto which it's built.
The benefit of a bespoke conservatory (like this one at Newent, Gloucestershire)
The benefit of a bespoke conservatory (like this one at Newent, Gloucestershire) is that it can truly reflect and extend the style of the cottage onto which it's built.
Neither big nor grand.
Neither big nor grand. This simple conservatory built onto a cottage in Newent, Glos is perfectly suited to its surroundings.
This historic Grade 2 listed house in the centre of Cardiff required a substantial conservatory with
This historic Grade 2 listed house in the centre of Cardiff required a substantial conservatory with Atrium Designed, manufactured and installed the building to suit.
Conservatory in Bewdley, Worcestershire
Conservatory in Bewdley, Worcestershire Not grand nor palatial but designed to fit its surroundings. Modest in size yet comfortable and usable.
Linked conservatory and Edwardian veranda in Church Stretton, Shropshire
Linked conservatory and Edwardian veranda in Church Stretton, Shropshire The real meaning of bespoke - built to fit and not altered to suit
This conservatory in Bromyard has created the perfect extra space for a stylish dining room.
This conservatory in Bromyard has created the perfect extra space for a stylish dining room. The Gothic glazing bar design adds an extra individuality.
Sometimes a somewhat substantial structure is needed to match the host property.
Sometimes a somewhat substantial structure is needed to match the host property. This building complements a barn conversion perfectly.
The gable front of this conservatory has a mullioned design.
The gable front of this conservatory has a mullioned design. With an oak finish the overall appearance created becomes one of substance.
By merging this gable fronted conservatory into the cottage roof it becomes more
By merging this gable fronted conservatory into the cottage roof it becomes more of an extension to the cottage not a mere addition.
Technically a conservatory but effectively an extension at modest cost.
Technically a conservatory but effectively an extension at modest cost. intro
The lack of a dwarf wall makes this conservatory a perfect area for the long leisure hours of summer
The lack of a dwarf wall makes this conservatory a perfect area for the long leisure hours of summer intro
Sometimes only a rustic wood finish will suit the situation.
Sometimes only a rustic wood finish will suit the situation. Here we have used an Oak substitute (Idigbo) and treated it with an Aged Oak pre-finish thus minimising maintenance yet achieving the desired result.
A Conservatory is probably the most economic way of adding a large and usuable light and airy space
A Conservatory is probably the most economic way of adding a large and usuable light and airy space Coloured to tone in with the stonework it can only enhance the appearance of your house. Note the similarly coloured guttering and roof.
Attention must be given to matching both style and colour of your house though the conservatory wall
Attention must be given to matching both style and colour of your house though the conservatory wall Note the "colour coded" guttering and roof parts
A substantial conservatory extending the home beautifully
A substantial conservatory extending the home beautifully
An Atrium conservatory
An Atrium conservatory viewed from the garden the gable design of this conservatory matches the house perfectly.
Combination conservatory
Combination conservatory Lantern roof, gables, hips, clerestory and valleys - all within one roof.
Large conservatory
Large conservatory There's not much that can't be made out of wood!
Matching stonework adds to a dramatic space
Matching stonework adds to a dramatic space a bright, airy conservatory with easy pet access!
Reclaimed brickwork blends a new conservatory
Reclaimed brickwork blends a new conservatory into the house seamlessly. The match is critically important as is the colour. Heritage colours can be very effective.
A dramatic extension
A dramatic extension with a large, comfortable sun room and gabled conservatory. What you can't see is the view!
Extending the cottage
Extending the cottage with a full-height, decorative, light and airy gabled conservatory pitched to match the lodge house perfectly.
Not just another room
Not just another room - a 2 storey conservatory. We're told it has brilliant accoustics as well as affording an elevated view whilst lying in bed.
An Atrium Conservatory blended
An Atrium Conservatory blended into a half-timbered house - in this case a complex but rewarding structure to build.
Extra rooms to take in the views
Extra rooms to take in the views with an extension wrapped around the original building and with matching slate roof. Over the years this building will "age" to become part of the surroundings.
Brick built conservatory
Brick built conservatory - this conservatory becomes a part of the original building with careful design and detailing - the devil's in the detail!
What to do with an awkward corner?
What to do with an awkward corner? build an unusual conservatory to fill it! - This customers second so we couldn't say no.
The charm and character
The charm and character of a Victorian combination conservatory matched carefully to a Victorian railway station.
A spacious room in the garden
A spacious room in the garden A conservatory with a somewhat unusual design. Why not? Anything can be done with wood
Large Combination Conservatory
Large Combination Conservatory adds to the style and value of your home - A cosnervatory can be truly imposing.
Large Combination Conservatory
Large Combination Conservatory Two zones with sun room wings and covered/glazed walk area.
Stone cornered conservatory
Stone cornered conservatory carefully complements original stonework. The glazing design also matches the original window shape.
Conservatory pitch to match the house.
Conservatory pitch to match the house.
A very effective extension to the kitchen.
A very effective extension to the kitchen.
Why pick a standard colour?
Why pick a standard colour? White is sometimes a bad choice.
Garden room
Garden room with matching reclaimed brickwork.
Plain timber
Plain timber with built in "fade factor".
House to swimming pool
House to swimming pool without leaving the conservatory. An exceptional building for an exceptional customer!
Style and pitch of host building faithfully copied
Style and pitch of host building faithfully copied
A conservatory can be so much more.
A conservatory can be so much more. Conservatory and orangery/porch all in one.
"If the house is big, build a big conservatory"
"If the house is big, build a big conservatory" If the house is tall make the conservatory tall. It has to fit in seamlessly.
Avant garde - or what!
Avant garde - or what! No two buildings we make are ever alike - yours will be something different again.
A conservatory built to match the house.
A conservatory built to match the house. Which is an essential part of the designers craft.
It is of critical importance to match the conservatory with the host building
It is of critical importance to match the conservatory with the host building
So what's the difference between a house extension and a conservatory -
So what's the difference between a house extension and a conservatory - The conservatory is half the price!
A conservatory should always add to the style of the house
A conservatory should always add to the style of the house Here's a distinctly gothic style.
Riverside Restaurant
Riverside Restaurant Major space at minor cost
Conference Suite with a twist
Conference Suite with a twist - Californian Style
Cafe terrace at garden centre
Cafe terrace at garden centre Simple yet effective.
Victorian and wing
Victorian and wing showing Georgian glazing bars above transom (frieze frame)
Gable and Wing
Gable and Wing with glazing bar detail in "vicarage" style
Gable fronted conservatory with wing
Gable fronted conservatory with wing Using colour to accentuate details. Heritage colours are very attractive so why settle for boring stark white.
"L" shaped double gable
"L" shaped double gable bringing the garden closer...
Oak finished gable and wing
Oak finished gable and wing This building will "age" to match the oak timber framing of the house.
Simple gothic arches
Simple gothic arches on a double gable fronted building which is both porch and conservatory.
Gothic arches
Gothic arches and Georgian toplights
Gothic glazing
Gothic glazing and crown roof section allowing the roof to be pitched below a lower than normal bedroom window.
Interior view
Interior view showing interlocking gothic arches in detail.
Substantial conservatory
Substantial conservatory fully integrated into and forming a part of the house - in actual fact an extension to the kitchen.
Georgian conservatory
Georgian conservatory used as a library in America. The interior panelling was also created to match the panelled library.
Raised Conservatory
Raised Conservatory No flat garden - a raised conservatory on stilts - a long way down!
On the first floor
On the first floor Make full use of an upper verandah and provide a very elevated view.
Combination conservatory
Combination conservatory showing orangery roof
Large conservatory
Large conservatory with a lantern roof to top it all off
Brick pillared, gable fronted conservatory
Brick pillared, gable fronted conservatory enhancing the overall appearance. Pitched to match the house.
Matching brick pattern and colours
Matching brick pattern and colours integrates this conservatory into the house.
Stone pillared gable fronted conservatory
Stone pillared gable fronted conservatory extending the cottage with a room in the garden. Note the matching bargeboards.
Bargeboards styled to match
Bargeboards styled to match the detailing of the bargeboards fitted to the house
Classic hipped roof conservatory
Classic hipped roof conservatory side view. A small building can provide a quite charming addition to the house.
classic hipped-roof conservatory
classic hipped-roof conservatory front view of a design to match the house.
Large double-hipped conservatory
Large double-hipped conservatory with brick corners offset from the corner of the house to benefit from the sun.
"Cottage" style hipped building
"Cottage" style hipped building
Hipped Building
Hipped Building with swept heads to windows and a concealed drainage channel abutting the house.
Double hipped building
Double hipped building with interlocking gothic arches and back box gutter.
Victorian window
Victorian window showing Victorian "joggle" detailing to compliment the sash windows of the house.
Corner Conservatory
Corner Conservatory An interesting answer to an awkward problem.
Large Victorian Conservatory
Large Victorian Conservatory styled to match the house perfectly.
"Square Victorian Conservatory
"Square Victorian Conservatory painted a heritage green (Stone White) and designed for an open view of the garden (day and night). Note the low level patio lighting.
Victorian Conservatory
Victorian Conservatory Unusually for us a design which might be expected of a Victorian Conservatory.
Classic Victorian Conservatory
Classic Victorian Conservatory nestled into the available garden this small conservatory nevertheless fits its surroundings.
Double gable fronted building
Double gable fronted building - somewhat unusual but then why not afterall anything can be done with wood.
Perpendicular double Gable
Perpendicular double Gable combination conservatory. Stylish and a great addition to a substantial house.
Matching Design
Matching Design - conservatory with stone dwarf wall and rendered corner piers to match the house. The bargeboard and gable design also mimic design details taken from the house.
Ornate detailed heads to windows
Ornate detailed heads to windows Unusual but needed to match the ornate Victorian features of the house.
Conservatory built to cover courtyard
Conservatory built to cover courtyard A very economic yet practical and stylish answer to an awkward area.
Bargeboard detailing to match the house.
Bargeboard detailing to match the house. The windows were later changed to compliment the conservatory styling.
Georgian bars above transom
Georgian bars above transom A small, simple yet stylish and practical conservatory.
Large gabled conservatory built into the existing roof
Large gabled conservatory built into the existing roof by forming a dummy gable. The dining room was doubled in size and became half glazed and very stylish.
Simple elegant
Simple elegant gable fronted conservatory - a very practical and light additional space.
Peaked heads to windows
Peaked heads to windows Gabled conservatory on a stone cottage - with a very high pitch and clear glass. We're told it's perfect for stargazing.
Oak corner posts
Oak corner posts on an oak framed building with a flat roofed "link" to the farmhouse.
Light Oak coloured
Light Oak coloured gable fronted conservatory. Simple yet substantial. Perfect for the old pub it is fitted onto.
Interior Views:
Hipped Conservatory with Stonework Piers
Hipped Conservatory with Stonework Piers Bespoke conservatory design as its best
This photo displays a conservatory that has been finished to match
This photo displays a conservatory that has been finished to match the existing oak windows. The complete building has been raised to the house floor level to create a full functioning extension to the house but, and we think you will agree, with considerable style.
An opening has been created from the main house into this conservatory
An opening has been created from the main house into this conservatory to fully extend the living area in a very stylish way. The colours have been carefully selected to complement one another and create a very impressive overall picture.
An opening has been created from the main house into this conservatory
An opening has been created from the main house into this conservatory to fully extend the living area in a very stylish way. The colours have been carefully selected to complement one another and create a very impressive overall picture.
Simplicity does not have to be boring.
Simplicity does not have to be boring. This lean-to with an oak finish perfectly merges with its surroundings.
Obviously the place for breakfast on a bright spring morning.
Obviously the place for breakfast on a bright spring morning. This conservatory at Newent, Gloucestershire extends the living experience.
This historic Grade 2 listed house in the centre of Cardiff required a substantial conservatory with
This historic Grade 2 listed house in the centre of Cardiff required a substantial conservatory with a steep 52 pitch to match the roof. Atrium Designed, manufactured and installed the building to suit.
Plastered corner pillars and a limestone floor help to create a perfect dinner party setting.
Plastered corner pillars and a limestone floor help to create a perfect dinner party setting. Black iron fittings and Gothic glazing bars help to create a "Period" feeling to the building
This fully glazed design provides a good view of the garden whilst enjoying the warmth
This fully glazed design provides a good view of the garden whilst enjoying the warmth of the conservatory.
This conservatory built in Newport, Shropshire clearly serves a very necessary function.
This conservatory built in Newport, Shropshire clearly serves a very necessary function. It extends the kitchen into an open stylish area which is obviously appreciated by the most important member of the family. Colour and light add to a very stylish, comfortable and much used part of the home.
The light and airy feel of a glass roofed conservatory is hard to better on a summers day.
The light and airy feel of a glass roofed conservatory is hard to better on a summers day.
Once built this conservatory became a blank canvas for all those personal finishing touches.
Once built this conservatory became a blank canvas for all those personal finishing touches.
Inside view of the chapel conservatory
Inside view of the chapel conservatory furnished ready for a restful day! An unusual design with part solid roof and beamed detailing inside.
The inside of an Atrium chapel conservatory
The inside of an Atrium chapel conservatory - the owners enjoy the new space. Looking back towards the chapel. The additional space is of great benefit.
Inside view,
Inside view, an oak floored conservatory that reaches out to nature nearing completion.
A comfortable conservatory
A comfortable conservatory - even the swallows feel welcome. Light and airy, exactly as intended.
Large Combination Conservatory
Large Combination Conservatory adds to the style and value of your home. The coloured glazing adds an extra dimension.
"Part conservatory - part kitchen."
"Part conservatory - part kitchen." You will have your own purpose for the building. No two buildings are alike and no two customer have the same needs.
Timber has to be the material of choice
Timber has to be the material of choice when a complex roofing problem has to be overcome and can create very attractive shapes.
Interior roof detail
Interior roof detail Americans do like to mix colours and finishes.
Spa pool
Spa pool Conservatory over a spa pool. Why be rained upon when walking to the garage!
Interior detail
Interior detail showing swept heads and timber tie bars. Simple but stylish.
Interior roof detail
Interior roof detail with gothic window arches and a roof window built to fit the unusual shape.
Interior detail
Interior detail with glazing bars above transom giving an Edwardian "feel" to the building.
Roof detail
Roof detail Light oak finish on oak framed building with a reduced height fire escape platform beneath a low bedroom window. Another solution to an awkward problem.
Roof and window detail
Roof and window detail with Georgian frieze frames and a cartwheel gable.
Interior of Large Conservatory
Interior of Large Conservatory showing tracery glazing bars and Edwardian frieze frames
Interior of conservatory
Interior of conservatory Sun room and Gable combination conservatory with a tinted (antisun) glass roof.
Room with a view
Room with a view From the lounge this conservatory and the view beyond are a massive bonus to the house and of course to lifestyle.
Georgian Conservatory
Georgian Conservatory interior view showing glazing and timber detail to a library extension built in the USA
Interior detail
Interior detail with gothic glazing detail this conservatory makes a light and airy space.

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