The style is easy to distinguish with a flat fronted and gracefully understated variant of the Victorian conservatory. Unlike a Victorian conservatory, the Edwardian features straight walls and roof slopes. It’s ideal for furniture and plants as there are square corners to allow for maximum use of space.
The Edwardian conservatory encompasses features from Roman and Greek architecture and originally appeared in the 18th and early 19th centuries. It’s been reproduced since and works best with red brick houses, with white woodwork .