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Gable Glade from Atrium

The basic rectangular gable fronted conservatory with glazed roof and gable.

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.
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
Extending the cottage
Extending the cottage with a full-height, decorative, light and airy gabled conservatory pitched to match the lodge house perfectly.
Garden room
Garden room with matching reclaimed brickwork.
Style and pitch of host building faithfully copied
Style and pitch of host building faithfully copied
Bargeboards styled to match
Bargeboards styled to match the detailing of the bargeboards fitted to the house
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.

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