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This is the most popular conservatory choice, suiting all styles of home whether it is a period property or a new build. When people think of a conservatory it is the Victorian style that usually comes into their minds. The most recognisable characteristic of the Victorian conservatory is its multi-faceted front.

The Victorian conservatory tends to be more ornate than its Edwardian counterpart and the style can overwhelm some properties. Matched with a house of the same era, the Victorian conservatory is the ideal choice. The main style of the Victorian conservatory is based on the orangeries that were so popular among wealthy home owners during the seventeenth century. Once the Victorians discovered a more economical means of glass production, the conservatory grew in popularity and was wanted by everyone who could afford to have it.

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