Timeless Victorian conservatories to completely bespoke glazed extensions

Our conservatory styles include everything from classic Victorian to the understated lean-to conservatory. However, we offer a completely bespoke service, where we work directly with you to determine what you want from a conservatory and how to go about achieving it. We have a range of options when it comes to the finishing touches of your conservatory: whether you want a solid roof conservatory, a glass roof or you want to incorporate a roof lantern, or you would like a uPVC or aluminium conservatory. With the choice of colours too, you can design a conservatory that complements the exterior of your home.

For some conservatory ideas, browse through our gallery. 

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Features and options with our conservatories

Long-lasting quality

We use materials from leading manufacturers like Ultraframe, Global and Supalite, so you can expect our conservatories to keep their quality for many years to come.

Outstanding thermal performance

Our frames, roofing options and high-quality glazing combine expertly to create conservatory structures that retain huge quantities of heat for year-round comfort.

Highly customisable

Not only are there two materials and a variety of styles to choose from, there's a number of roof options, colours, windows and doors available for your consideration too.

10-year guarantee

As we offer 10-year insurance backed guarantees, you can enjoy complete peace of mind that the quality will last for many years to come.

White uPVC Victorian conservatory

Victorian conservatories

Chances are you’ve already seen a Victorian conservatory somewhere in the South East, owing to their great popularity amongst homeowners and their ability to look good almost anywhere.

This classic conservatory style, which has its roots in the Victorian era, is easy to spot because of their pitched roofs that have 3 or 5 facets. By having multiple facets, they acquire their distinctive and decorative curved appearance and let natural light flow unabatedly inside. By allowing you to enjoy the sun throughout the year, they make a great location for living and dining rooms, home offices, games rooms and other rooms that you’d like to use as much as possible.

uPVC Conservatories

Edwardian conservatories

Another highly popular design amongst homeowners in the South East, Edwardian conservatories combine Edwardian era elegance with modern standards of performance.

Edwardian conservatories are highly sought after because they offer maximum use of the floor space they provide, owing to their rectangular shapes. However, they also have a ridged roof that slopes on two sides and a flat front. This unique combination allows plenty of light to flow inside, whilst making them feel spacious as well as bright. Whether you are looking to create a playroom, dining room, home office or something else entirely, they truly are a great option.

Aluminium Conservatories
Modern Edwardian conservatory
Brown Gable conservatory

Gable conservatories

Gable conservatories are light, spacious and an excellent option if you’re looking to add classic charm and a touch of class to your property.

You can enjoy maximum space and an abundance of natural light thanks to a rectangular floor shape and a triangular, flat front. The latter really helps them to exude a sense of grandeur whilst making the structure feel spacious too. With a stylish design and plenty of space and light to make use of, whether you’d like to create a lavish room in which to dine, relax or something else, you can.

Glass Roof Conservatories

Lean to conservatories

Although lean to conservatories are renowned for their understated designs, don’t be fooled into thinking that their simplicity will prevent you from using one in whatever way you wish.

They feature a single pitched roof that leans onto the main property. The beauty of the roof is that it can be pitched to fit with height-restricted properties, such as bungalows. This is combined with a rectangular shape, so you can use all the floor space that they provide. This ‘simplistic’ design allows them to fit into tight spaces, gives them a clean, modern look and lets in plenty of light. It also means they tend to be the easiest to install and, as such, the most cost-effective.

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Bespoke conservatories

Here at Chigwell Window Centre, we can work with you to design a conservatory that is bespoke to your unique style, size, and practical requirements.

If you have a lot of garden space available, how about combining a Victorian conservatory with a lean-to conservatory to create a stylish and spacious P-shaped conservatory? Another option for those with a lot of available space is a T-shaped conservatory. These have a central projection which can be either Victorian or Gable in style. Either option is great if you’d like to create two distinctive living spaces within one conservatory. However, with our extensive range of conservatory colours, materials, roof, window and door options, you can create something entirely different.

Tiled Roof Conservatories

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