Edwardian conservatories and architecture are generally less ornate than high or late Victorian architecture, and can be identified by beautiful red brickwork, Mock Tudor cladding, metal windows, leaded lights and timber framed porches. Ample and bright rooms were decked with parquet wood or geometric encaustic tiles and fitted with simple internal decorative features.
An impressive structure 14.5m x 10m. The brickwork, stone string course, gable and timber margin panels above the windows and doors complement that on the Edwardian mansion.
Middle class homes of this period mixed muted versions of other styles like the Arts and Crafts movement and Art Nouveau. Detail was often simple - but always stunning
More decorative clerestories, columns, corbels and eaves were also a feature of this period.
Discover some of inspiring edwardian conservatory projects we have worked on, by reading our in-depth case studies below.
Charming bay fronted conservatory for an Edwardian residenceView Case Study
Traditional bay fronted Edwardian conservatory with bifold doors in SurreyView Case Study