Get closer to nature, while staying warm all year round, with a conservatory. It is one of the most effective ways of expanding your living space and enhancing the value of your home. With a choice of styles at Pavilion Glass Ltd – including Georgian, Contemporary, Mediterranean, Lantern and Edwardian – designing your new conservatory could not be simpler. Take pleasure in browsing our conservatories for inspiration. Feel free to call us for a free, no-obligation quote.
Bring the outside in with a new conservatory designed and installed from Pavilion Glass in Worthing, serving Sussex.
Is your existing conservatory looking tired
Replacement option – Many older conservatories have begun to look tired and are no longer used for their original intention. Put simply, homeowners no longer have the same sense of pride in these dated, glazed extensions. However, here at Pavilion Glass Ltd, we have a solution. There has never been a better time to replace your old conservatory with an impressive new one. Our next-generation products have been specifically designed to last far longer than first-generation versions.
Refurbish Option – or if you would like to upgrade your conservatory roof / glass or have the existing filmed we can offer all sorts of options to change your conservatory into a usable space.
If you live in a modern styled home, you may wish to consider a contemporary conservatory design to compliment your property. Whether you are looking for large expanses of glass, minimal structural support frames or decorative flourishes, some compromise may be necessary in modern conservatory design to make it a practical, as well as attractive, space. Have a chat with our experienced conservatory designer to find out how to create a comfortable and stylish living space in your conservatory.
Colours & textures
There was a time when a conservatory could only be white. Well, things have moved on since then, and we are happy to offer you a range of coloured and woodgrain frames. Woodgrain effects provide the classic appeal of timber and are just perfect for more traditional properties. Black-finish conservatories, meanwhile, offer a more contemporary feel. If you really want to make a statement, coloured foils create a totally unique finish for your home. Available colours include black, grey, rosewood, oak, green, cream and white.
Including a lantern in a conservatory design will add ceiling height and give a feeling of space. The two-tiered design adds an extra level to the main roof and can include opening windows to increase ventilation. You may need to have these electrically operated due to their height from the conservatory floor.
Edwardian conservatories are a popular choice. Typical of the Edwardian era, this design features simple, straight lines and is predominantly square or rectangular, combining style with maximum floor space. This offers the effect of expensive simplicity and incorporates a feeling of a space and light.
The simple lines of the Mediterranean style make excellent use of your floor space. The Mediterranean is the most popular way of fitting a conservatory to low-roofed properties, such as bungalows. Forward projections of up to 4 metres are possible. Options include glass to floor, dwarf brick walls or panels.