A Gable conservatory will often have similar characteristics to a Georgian conservatory, but with the addition of a flat, upright front. This style, which is also often referred to as Gable-end, works well with both modern and period homes alike.
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Georgian design, which is the basis for a Gable end conservatory, tends to feature clean, symmetrical structures with a rectangular or square shape. The flat, vertical end of the conservatory is a similar shape to the end of a house, which is where the term Gable-end comes from.
Many homeowners opt for a decorative glass feature at the highest point of the structure, with a rising sun being the most popular. Many Gable conservatories include a dwarf wall – a short wall, up to several bricks high, which runs around the bottom section of the structure.
As with a typical Georgian conservatory, the Gable option provides you with plenty of space and the rectangular design means it’s easy to fit in furniture. This style also creates a bright and airy feel, but adds even more space due to the height of the ceiling.
Gable end conservatory designs are a great option if you are looking for a more traditional conservatory which blends well with more modern architecture thanks to its clean structure.
Conservatory Land suggests that gable end conservatory prices can start from just £2,795 however this can vary greatly based on the shape, size and materials you choose. The frame can be made from a number of materials, with aluminium, uPVC and wood being the most common.
You also have glass options to consider – including single, double or triple glazing as well as polycarbonate.
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