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Based in Cheddar, Majestic Designs (UK) Ltd is one of Somerset's highly recommended double glazing specialists.

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    Edwardian conservatories

    Elegant, understated and undeniably beautiful, Edwardian Conservatories are a great way of extending your home with an open, bright and functional living space. Similar in style to the Victorian era, Edwardian Conservatories are a staple of the stunning architectural style of early 20th century Britain which rose to popularity during King Edward VII’s reign. Edwardian Conservatories are an enduring, practical and elegant addition to both traditional and contemporary homes alike both here in the UK and abroad.

    Today, Edwardian Conservatories continue to provide modern homeowners with understated, timeless elegance and a practical yet simple use of space. Ideal for maximising light within your home, Edwardian Conservatories are characterised by expansive panes of double-glazed glass and a tall, pitched roof. If space is limited, or the installation site you’re after is a little awkward, an Edwardian Conservatory may be the solution. Edwardian Conservatories are a simple yet practical way of expanding your living spaces without going to the trouble of building an extension and can provide a spacious, naturally lit addition to your home.

    At Majestic Designs, we manufacture our range of Edwardian Conservatories in our state-of-the-art factories in Cheddar, right here in the heart of Somerset. Our Edwardian Conservatories are engineered with light, space and openness in mind. Featuring your choice of a square or rectangular base, the roof of your Edwardian Conservatory can be pitched in any direction, making this style particularly useful for those awkward spots where another conservatory might not fit.


    A Conservatory Fit for a King

    Elegant Edwardian Conservatories

    A century later, King Edward VII’s love for the French and their unique style can still be seen in the British architecture his reign inspired – but the history of conservatories stretches back long before he took to the throne. Originally constructed as greenhouses for the wealthy, conservatories first became popular in the 16th century. It wasn’t until the very early 20th century that Edwardian Conservatories took over from the Victorian era as the dominating style at the time.

    Like many styles of conservatory, one of the most important features of an Edwardian Conservatory is its innate ability to seamlessly connect the interior living spaces of your house with your outside areas. This closeness can foster a calmer, more intimate environment for you and your family by bringing you closer to your garden or patio. During the warmer summer months, you’ll be able to open the doors of your conservatory and allow more air to flow into your home. This highly regarded indoor-outdoor flow between your house and garden makes your conservatory the ideal location for larger social gatherings such as summer BBQs or family gatherings such as a small dinner party. Edwardian Conservatories are also perfect for use during the cooler months when you’ll be able to enjoy your garden from the warmth of your conservatory. This is because Edwardian Conservatories at Majestic Designs are engineered with A+14 rated double glazed glass, internal beading and innovative thermal break seals that will keep your home insulated from the elements for decades to come.

    When you need expert guidance on Edwardian Conservatory installation, Majestic Designs can advise on the very best solution for your home. We engineer our range of bespoke conservatories in our state-of-the-art factories right here in Somerset, to the exact specifications of our clients. With every order we receive made from scratch, you can rest assured your conservatory will be one of a kind. We offer a range of different colours and styles. You can even choose from tinted or self-cleaning glass if you’re looking for a little extra privacy or to reduce maintenance and cleaning.

    Energy Efficiency

    Energy efficiency levels for the 21st century

    uPVC Edwardian conservatories achieve excellent levels of energy efficient. Their uPVC frames are capable of achieving Window Energy Ratings of A+14. With argon gas filled sealed units, they will boost the performance of any property.

    Energy efficiency

    Key Features

    Edwardian era aesthetics – 21st century performance

    • Up to A+14 rated glazing for energy efficiency
    • Thermally efficient design
    • Optional tinted or self-cleaning glass
    • High security Yale locking system
    • Available in a variety of colours
    • Simple Edwardian design



    White Woodgrain


    Chartwell Green

    Irish Oak

    Golden Oak


    French Grey

    Anthracite Grey



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    If you’d like to find out more about our range of products get in touch and we’ll send you a brochure. Simply give us a call on 01934 741 294 or fill out one of our online contact forms with your name and contact details. Our brochure is a great first step to get a feel for our products and the ethos behind how we work at Majestic Designs.

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      Glass Options

      Textured glass options

      Textured or obscure glass provides privacy without limiting natural light intake. It’s the ideal choice for bathrooms, bedrooms, and entrance door panels.












      Further Information

      Energy-efficient Edwardian Conservatories

      Our bespoke Edwardian Conservatories are engineered with cutting-edge energy-efficient technology, including thermal break seals, internal beading and modern double glazing. We also offer solar control glazing.

      With a long lifespan and an A+14 energy efficiency rating, you can rest assured your home will be shielded from the elements and the effects of adverse weather for decades to come.

      Bespoke conservatories

      At Majestic Designs, every order we receive is made from scratch in our state-of-the-art factories to the precise specifications of our customers. As a result, every order we receive is customised to a client’s distinctive tastes as well as the unique aesthetics of their home. With a selection of colours, styles and hardware on offer, we aim to make sure every Edwardian Conservatory that leaves our factory is distinctive and one of a kind.

      Secure Edwardian Conservatories

      For many homeowners these days, maintaining high levels of security is a top priority. That’s why Majestic Designs engineers our range of Edwardian Conservatories with the safety and security of our clients in mind.

      Our range of Edwardian Conservatories is manufactured with internal beading and secure multi-point locking mechanisms as a standard, so you can be sure your new conservatory won’t jeopardise the security of your property.

      The lifestyle benefits of Edwardian Conservatories

      There are several lifestyle benefits to take into account when deciding whether an Edwardian Conservatory is the best option for your home. An Edwardian Conservatory adds usable space to your property that can be utilised all year round – without going to the trouble of building a costly extension. In the winter months, expansive double-glazed panes of glass will ensure your conservatory receives natural light while also keeping your home warm and dry.

      It’s during the warmer months of the year that an Edwardian Conservatory really shines. This is because, like many other styles of conservatory, an Edwardian Conservatory can create a seamless transition between your indoor and outdoor living spaces. This indoor-outdoor flow not only increases the value of your home and enhances its ‘kerb appeal’ but also creates the ideal setting for last-minute summer BBQs, afternoon tea in the sunshine or more intimate social gatherings such as dinner parties.

      Different styles of conservatories

      As well as our range of classic Edwardian Conservatories, Majestic Designs also offers a number of other conservatory styles. These styles are available in a number of different colours and designs.

      Specialist & Bespoke Conservatories

      Our Specialist and Bespoke Conservatories are designed, built and fitted specifically to meet the needs of our customers. Whether you are looking for something a bit unusual or just have a challenging installation site, our bespoke conservatories can produce a truly unique finish for your home.

      Victorian Conservatories

      With classic, ornate styling and a sharp-angled roof, a Victorian Conservatory is suitable for both traditional and modern homes alike. Victorian Conservatories blend the grandeur of the Victorian era with contemporary conveniences such as improved energy efficiency and security.

      Gable Conservatories

      A Gable Conservatory is an eye-catching style of conservatory that is guaranteed to get your neighbours talking. Featuring a tall, sloping roof and plenty of glass, Gable Conservatories are engineered with high ceilings and simple, angular forms, making them both visually beautiful and adaptable for traditional and contemporary homes alike.

      Lean-To Conservatories

      As the name suggests, a Lean-To Conservatory is designed with a single-sloped roof. Lean-To Conservatories are similar in style to a traditional sunroom and can be engineered with your choice of dwarf walls for a more permanent vibe or expansive, floor-to-ceiling panes of glass.


      What is the difference between Edwardian and Victorian Conservatories?

      Although Edwardian and Victorian Conservatories are often confused with one another, the two styles are from two very different architectural eras. The main difference is the overall shape. An Edwardian Conservatory is often square or rectangular and is engineered with a flat front. Victorian Conservatories on the other hand have a more rounded front and are more intricate and grander in design.

      Victorian Conservatories are most easily recognised by their rounded, multifaceted front as well as a classic high-pitched roof and extensive decoration typical of the Victorian era. The ridges and roof are also often covered with sharp edges and lavish detailing. In terms of classic architecture, an Edwardian Conservatory is fairly comparable to a Victorian conservatory, although it is usually less elaborate. Edwardian conservatories remain a great option and are often symmetrical square or rectangular in design which maximises the amount of accessible floor space.

      What is the history of Edwardian conservatories?

      Conservatories were originally constructed separately from the large mansions and townhouses of Britain’s elite and were used for the purpose of sheltering imported flora and fauna from adverse weather. The wealthy used their conservatories as greenhouses to cultivate recently discovered citrus crops including lemons, limes, and oranges as well as other flora and fauna that couldn’t survive in the harsh British environment.

      Edwardian Conservatories became popular during the reign of King Edward VII. Less ornate than Victorian architecture, the Edwardian era was Neo-Baroque in style and reflected King Edward VII’s love of French architecture. At this time, Edwardian Conservatories were used primarily for tea parties by Britain’s nobility. However, the popularity of conservatories was also in decline. This was largely caused by the outbreak of the First World War followed by World War II. During this time, conservatories became synonymous with excess and were perceived as ostentatious and unnecessary.

      As a result of easier access to essential building materials like glass, conservatories became a popular and enduring addition to both residential and commercial homes alike following the end of World War II. Today, modern conservatories are often engineered with self-cleaning, double-glazed glass, which also provides improved comfort, security and heightened energy efficiency ratings.

      How much will my Edwardian Conservatory cost?

      The cost of installing your Edwardian Conservatory will come down to what you need as well as the exact specifications of your home. Every order Majestic Designs receives is engineered from scratch, so you can rest assured your conservatory will be truly unique to your home. With a variety of colours, designs and hardware available, it’s best to get in touch with the Majestic Designs team for an accurate quote. Before providing you with an estimate, a member of our FENSA accredited and MTC-registered lead installation team will evaluate your property and walk you through the design and installation process.

      Will my conservatory reduce exterior noise?

      Your Edwardian Conservatory will be designed with double-glazed glass, internal beading and cutting-edge waterproof sealing. As a result, your conservatory will be shielded from both the effects of any bad weather and any external noise pollution. Whether you live on a busy street or are accustomed to hearing a lot of traffic, your conservatory will be a tranquil haven.
      For an extra layer of defence against noise pollution, you might want to consider installing new windows, doors or even acoustic glass.

      Does my conservatory have to be white?

      Majestic Designs always strive to exceed the expectation of our customers. That’s why our Edwardian Conservatories are completely bespoke with a variety of different colours and styles to choose from.

      White is one of the most popular colours at Majestic Designs and it’s certainly not hard to see why – after all, white is classic, modern and fits with a variety of different architectural styles. However, if you’re after something a bit different, your conservatory doesn’t have to be white!

      Choose French Grey or even Black for an industrial look, White Woodgrain for a clean, modern appearance or, for something a little more “out there”, you could opt for Chartwell Green. At the end of the day, the style and colour you choose for your Edwardian Conservatory will come down to the unique aesthetics of your property as well as your own personal tastes.

      Customer Testimonials

      “The fitting team were a credit. Clean, efficient and pleasant to know. Site left in a very clean state. Thank you.”

      “All round excellent service. Used you in our previous home and was delighted with both installations you have done for us. Thank you.”

      “I cannot fault anything & best thing I ever did. I am relieved & happy that I have attractive doors & windows. Thank you.”

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      Local area installations

      Serving clients across Somerset and the South West

      Majestic Designs install quality double glazing products throughout Somerset. From Taunton to Yeovil and Weston-super-Mare to Wells; our insistence on quality installations and outstanding customer care remains the same. With our factories and showroom in Cheddar, we are conveniently located in the heart of Somerset, with easy access to the surrounding towns and villages. As part of the local community, we are dedicated to improving the lives of all our customers and by employing a local workforce we are investing in the future prosperity of the area.

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