Utilize creative conservatory design combinations for a one of a kind space that fits your home perfectly. You might be surprised how varied our designs can be taking elements from rectangular, gable or bay-end, lean-to, and orangeries.
Lean-to Conservatory Design Combinations
The simple lean-to style combines easily with other shapes and features.
A flat roof balcony, lean-to and feature gable entrance join forces to create new indoor and outdoor spaces to enjoy the surroundings.
A bay-end conservatory with a raised lantern incorporates the lean-to extending the living space and creating connections to other rooms.
The lean-to of the conservatory below cleverly mirrors the shape of the attached building. There is another trick up it’s sleeve. A bay end hipped roof raises height and creates an interesting entrance.
Feature Gables Add Drama to the Conservatory
Feature gables make a statement. With their bold geometry and decorative options, you can add height to the roof and create a unique focal point.
Feature gables aren’t just for conservatories, orangeries can accommodate these designs as well.
Gables create interest from the outside as well as the inside. Several options are available. True-divided lite, simulated-divided lite, and applied lead decorative glazing patterns express style and personality.
Unexpected Conservatory Combinations
Typically, orangeries are rectangular, but they are not limited to this style. The bay end orangery has softer corners. In this example, the bay windows of the home inspire the orangery and reinforce the harmony of the addition with its host.
Interesting things happen when you take a traditional shape and add to it. In the conservatory below, the feature gable is a dynamic element added to the the front of a bay end conservatory. Usually this set up would include an entrance as part of the gable, but two pairs of doors flank the gable instead creating access to the backyard as well as the front.
A gabled conservatory roof is a classic among conservatory styles. Gables create maximum height and additional interest. Our complex roof shapes can accommodate more than one in many designs.
Below, a gabled projection connects the conservatory to the patio and pool. The raised lantern increases the height and blends the fireplace into the structure.
With gables on four sides, radial glazing patterns, fluted columns and decorative entablature perfectly decorate the garden house below.
This corner conservatory uses the gable design to create maximum height while fitting into an unusual footprint.
Taking on Different Conservatory Shapes
A conservatory does not have to be just a rectangle, square or octagon. Conservatory design combinations maximize living area and bring creative designs to life.
With so much to offer, we hope our conservatory design combinations have shown you the possibilities for your next project. We’re happy to work with you or your architect on a design. Take the next step and call or email us to discuss your plans, 773-281-1212 or email@example.com