Complex Conservatory on Victorian RectoryVictorian Conservatory

Height and the complex roof structure on this conservatory gives the feeling of both light and space resulting in a wonderful atmosphere for dining and relaxing.

Vale’s adaptable and unique roof system combines a fine structural metal core with decorative timber mouldings and trims to create fine glazing rafters and an elegant internal appearance.

The design features Gothic arched clerestory windows, and a gable with vertical glaze bars and decorative barge board.

Design ideas for a large victorian conservatory in Other with a skylight and grey floors. —  Houzz
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sandrasalsandrasal wrote:19 April 2017
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    4 years ago

    Hi sandrasal, the top of this table is made from wood and was the clients' own.

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Cheryl Freedman added this to 12 Ways to Make Your Glass Extension a Useable Space26 February 2017

Roll down a blindAn alternative to a solar-control coating is to fit blinds to glass ceiling panels. These simple internal roll-down wicker ones shield the sun in this lovely traditional conservatory, and suit the style of the space well.How hot your conservatory or glass room gets will depend on its aspect. South-facing rooms will get the hottest. If you don’t want to fit blinds, look into solar-control film, which can be fitted to conservatory roofs to reduce heat, glare and UV light.

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