A combination conservatory offers the ultimate in flexibility, combining a range of style to fit the shape your home and garden requires.
If you have a need for two separate living areas, why not combine a Victorian and a lean-to to give a P-shaped conservatory – or maybe you’d prefer a T or a B shape?
Combining a mix of Edwardian or Victorian styles, a P-shaped is ideal to create a versatile style because it extends in different directions, enabling it to be separated into two different living areas.
The rounded part of a P-shaped conservatory is ideal to be used as a children’s play area, while the longer section is perfectly suited as a lounge or dining area.
A major advantage of P-shaped conservatories are that they add a much-needed space to a property without taking up too much of the garden or meaning considerable redesign work to the garden.
A T-shaped conservatory works well on larger homes. It’s a combination style that features a central projection and can be Victorian, Edwardian or Gable. The central projection can also create a porch effect, highlighting a pair of elegant French doors.
The possibilities are limited only by your imagination.