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Suited to traditional style homes as well as modern builds, an Edwardian conservatory from Twyford Windows is a versatile option for your home. With slim sightlines, an energy efficient design and high performance double glazing, our Edwardian conservatories seamlessly blend elegant aesthetics with modern practicality.


  • Edwardian conservatories utilise pitched roofs, classic brick bases and slim profile sections to allow maximum natural light transmission.
  • Edwardian conservatories from our range can be customised in a range of heritage colours for added authenticity, including Chartwell Green, Duck Egg Blue and French Grey. We also offer the option of woodgrain foils for a mock-timber effect. In all, we have over 150 RAL colours for you to choose from, making our conservatories easily adaptable for the majority of homes.
  • We offer options of specialist Pilkington glazing such as solar control and self-cleaning. Furthermore, the simple design makes it easier to fit custom roofs, including our ‘Global Conservatory’ roof system

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A new conservatory is a great way to add extra space to your home, full of light, elegant & secure and with added value for your home.



A pitched roof and typically 5 sided, these traditional conservatories are extremely popular due to their character and versality.

Edwardian Conservatory


A very popular conservatory style. Traditional, the rectangular design makea the most use of your space.

gable conservatory


Gable conservatories maximise space and natural light whilst providing impressive traditional aesthetics.

lean to 1


Letting in lots of natural light, it’s easy to see why a Lean-to conservatory is also known as a ‘Sun Lounge’ or ‘Garden Room’.

p shaped conservatory 2


Combining the elegant period aesthetics of a Victorian conservatory with the extra natural light of a Lean-to conservatory.

t shaped conservatory


Fuses the best features of Victorian, Edwardian and Gable conservatory styles, creating a highly versatile and stylish structure.

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