Those with a good awareness of conservatory styles will see that the T-Shaped design is strongly influenced by the Victorian, Edwardian and Gable styles. A big-selling point of the T-Shape is the wealth of space you get in each portion of its layout and how each of these portions can be separately utilised to suit your preferred lifestyle. In the centre section of the conservatory is a traditional seating area and when sat there you almost feel as though you are being projected out into the garden. The two side sections house a good sized dining table and chairs and a large snooker table – this shows just how big it is.
To help the conservatory imitate the appearance of a wood-crafted equivalent, a mahogany woodgrain finish was selected for the frames, and you can also see that the impressive roof is extensively supported inside. Glass dominates the entire design so there is a richness of light travelling inside in the daytime. At night-time, the two candle-armed lights fixed in the roof can be relied upon to keep the space well lit, with the chrome shades helping to ensure snooker play can continue into the early hours. The last piece of the jigsaw was the inclusion of French doors to ensure the garden is just as well-used.
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