Those familiar with some of the most classic conservatory styles on the market will see elements of the Victorian, Edwardian and Gable designs in the T-Shaped conservatory. Amalgamating these variations into one single extension has been purposely done so that the evident T-Shape can be established. Perfect for larger homes, the T-Shape in this particular example has enabled the householder to create a seating area right in the centre of the design that almost feels as though it’s out in the garden. They also have the space necessary to install both a dining table and snooker table.
Choosing a mahogany woodgrain finish was a conscious move to try and make the conservatory look as though it was crafted from timber. It offers the aesthetics of wood, but without the tiresome maintenance necessary. Though the brickwork base has significant depth to it, very lengthy panes of glass have still been incorporated into the framing so that the structure is illuminated with natural light in the day. We can imagine that the baize will see plenty of action at night as there are shades above the snooker table to ensure that potting practice can go on until late and the candle-armed lights will offer plenty handy lighting too. Last but not least, French doors have been installed to make the garden fully accessible.
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