That trademark square shape you get with an Edwardian design still remains intact to ensure that’s floor space at every turn and the sloped roof heightens the spaciousness inside. You in no way feel cramped when sat inside this conservatory, quite the opposite in fact, and it’s without doubt in keeping with standard Edwardian conservatories. Several steps were attached to the structure so that access via the patio doors can be achieved effortlessly and there’s lots of furniture inside from where the external views can be admired.
Almost every breakfast, lunch and dinner takes place inside the conservatory and often with the patio door slightly opened to entice some of the outdoor ambience indoors. Directly opposite the patio doors are a set of French doors and when operated they open in a very similarly stylish manner. As you would expect to see atop any Edwardian conservatory, there is a classic finial decoration and renaissance-like cresting that gives the structure such beautiful character. It has definitely benefitted the design being chiefly built from brickwork as you would almost think that the conservatory has been there from the very beginning. That’s what the occupiers tell anyone who hasn’t visited the house before and why wouldn’t they?
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