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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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    Specialist & Bespoke conservatories

    If you’re dreaming of adding a little extra space to your home, one that is versatile, practical and maximises natural light, then a conservatory may be what you’ve been looking for. An enduring choice for homeowners across the UK, the modern conservatory is a simple yet effective way of adding extra space to your home while also allowing for panoramic views of your exterior spaces with expansive panes of uninterrupted glass.

    For more than 19 years, Majestic Designs have been engineering specialist and bespoke conservatories in our state-of-the-art factories. From Cheddar in the heart of Somerset, our experienced leading teams of fully employed FENSA accredited and MTC registered installers have cultivated a country-wide reputation for friendly and approachable customer service and exceptional craftsmanship.

    At Majestic Designs, we specialise in the design, manufacturing and installation of bespoke conservatories. Our conservatories boast heightened security, excellent energy efficiency ratings and unrivalled aesthetics that exceed the expectations of our customers. Available in a variety of colours, materials and styles, your conservatory will be fabricated to your exact specifications, resulting in a truly unique finish for your home.

    Let there be light

    Stunning high-performance conservatories tailored to you and your home

    Conservatories have a long history here in the UK, but are most often recognised as a symbol of the iconic Victorian Era. Following the construction of the iron-framed conservatory at Chatsworth House and the Crystal Palace built in 1851, conservatories become very popular amongst the Victorian nobility who used their conservatories as greenhouses. This changed nearing the end of the 19th century, when many homeowners built conservatories for the purpose of hosting intimate social events such as tea parties.

    These days, modern conservatories have a number of different uses, from providing storage to acting as an additional living space. Perfect for lounging, resting and even entertaining, a bespoke conservatory can be utilised in a number of ways and is ideal if you’re looking for a more cost-effective, simple yet versatile way of extending your home’s interior spaces.

    At Majestic Designs, we have a leading team of highly skilled and experienced professionals who can design and create the perfect conservatory for you and your family. Whether you’re looking for something a little different or have a ‘difficult’ site where you’d like your conservatory installed, our experienced team can provide the product knowledge and guidance required to create and build a stunning, bespoke conservatory for your property. Choose from an array of shapes, sizes and colours with a variety of roofing and glazing options also on offer. Whatever you’re after, Majestic Designs can help you transform your vision into a reality.

    Energy Efficiency

    Year-round energy efficient conservatories

    uPVC Bespoke conservatories can be designed and installed to your exact specifications. Whatever your requirements, our Bespoke conservatories feature energy efficient uPVC frames with argon gas sealed units. They are sure to enhance your home's energy efficiency and improve insulation.

    Energy efficiency

    Key Features

    Bespoke specialist conservatories

    • Up to A+14 rated glazing for energy efficiency
    • Thermally efficient design
    • Your choice of glazing and roofing options
    • High security Yale locking system
    • Available in a variety of colours
    • Possible to install on difficult terrain and where space is limited



    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 conservatories

      Majestic Designs’ engineers our range of bespoke conservatories with innovative thermal break seals and modern double glazing. Delivering an A+14 energy efficiency rating and a long life span, you can rest assured your conservatory will keep your home properly insulated and sealed from the elements for years to come.

      Specialist and bespoke conservatories

      At Majestic Designs, every order we receive is engineered to our customer’s unique specifications in our state-of-the-art factories. As a result, every order we receive is specific to a particular client and their unique property.

      With so much on offer, you can rest assured your conservatory won’t be like any other. Our range of bespoke conservatories are available in a variety of different styles and colours, resulting in a truly unique finish for your home.

      The lifestyle benefits of a bespoke conservatory

      A modern conservatory has much to offer your property including a number of lifestyle benefits. Perhaps most pertinent, a conservatory is ideal in the warmer summer months. Conservatories create a seamless transition between your interior living spaces and your garden, bringing you and your family closer to nature and introducing the much revered and sought after ‘indoor-outdoor’ flow. This not only increases the value of your property and enhances its ‘kerb appeal’ but also creates a beautiful, naturally light area for you to entertain visitors and enjoy the garden. Ideal during the summer, you’ll have the option to throw back your conservatory doors and let nature in.

      Conservatories can also be ideal during the cooler months. In the winter for example, your conservatory will allow an influx of natural light on even the cloudiest of days. This is as a result of the expansive panes of uninterrupted glass typical of a modern conservatory. Featuring heightened energy efficiency and security, your home will be kept warm and dry while still allowing for natural light to fill your interior living spaces.

      Secure conservatories

      For many modern homeowners, security is a primary concern when it comes to private properties. That’s why our bespoke range of conservatories, windows and doors are engineered with heightened security in mind. Manufactured with innovative multi-point locking mechanisms, durable double glazing, internal beading and other modern features, you can rest assured your conservatory will not compromise the security of your home in any way.


      What is the history of conservatories?

      The word conservatory comes from the Italian word conservato, meaning stored or preserved, and the Latin word ory, meaning a place for. Originally used to describe a non-glazed structure where food was stored, conservatories were later used for conserving or protecting plants from the effects of adverse weather.

      The first known conservatory in Britain as we know them now was constructed in 1637 in the Botanic Gardens of Oxford University. Conservatories were hugely popular amongst the nobility during the Victorian era. Ideal for keeping foreign plants and fruit trees protected from the volatile British weather, conservatories were also ideal for lounging and entertaining. The popularity of conservatories among Britain’s wealthy was largely due to the cost of wrought iron and the hefty tax placed on glass up in England up until 1845.

      Although popularity dipped at the beginning of the 20th century, conservatories become popular once again following the end of World War II. Today, conservatories are an enduring, versatile feature of many British homes. There has also been great strides in technology in recent years, meaning conservatories can now be engineered with a number of contemporary conveniences such as double glazing, under-floor heating and self-cleaning glass.

      How much do bespoke conservatories cost?

      The cost of installing your conservatory will come down to the exact specifications of your home as well as your own personal tastes.

      For an accurate quote, contact Majestic Designs. Our leading teams of FENSA accredited and MTC registered installers can assess the unique features of your home and give you an accurate quote based on what you require.

      Will my conservatory reduce exterior noise?

      Your bespoke conservatory will be engineered with weatherproof seals and innovative double glazing. This not only insulates your home from the effects of adverse weather but also seals your living spaces from any exterior noise pollution.

      For additional insulation, you might also want to consider installing acoustic glass.

      Does my conservatory have to be white?

      It’s not hard to see why white is one of the most popular colours here at Majestic Designs. Timeless and elegant, white suits both traditional and contemporary properties alike regardless of style or age. Contrary to popular belief however, your conservatory doesn’t have to be white.

      At Majestic Designs, we’re always striving to exceed the expectations of our customers. We offer a variety of different styles and colours across our range of bespoke conservatories.

      Majestic Designs will always strive to meet our customers’ expectations, and as a result we offer a variety of different colours and styles across our range of patio doors. For a bright aesthetic oozing countryside charm, you might opt for a Chartwell Green or even Cream. For a modern, contemporary look however, you could stick with classic White Woodgrain or go for something a little more ‘out there’ like French Grey or even Black.

      At the end of the day, the colour you choose for your conservatory will depend entirely on the aesthetics of your property and your own personal taste. We also offer a number of different styles of conservatory, from more modern designs to the traditional structures typical of the Victorian or even Edwardian era.

      Can I install new windows to match?

      When you install your conservatory, you might also like to consider renovating the rest of your home with news windows. Like a conservatory, windows can transform your property by allowing an influx of natural light as well as insulating your living spaces from both unwelcome intruders and the effects of adverse weather.

      Majestic Designs is proud to deliver an A+14 rating on the WER (Window Energy Rating) scale as a standard across our range of aluminium and uPVC windows. We also offer a 10-year guarantee and with a variety of colours and styles to choose from, you’ll be able to match your conservatory to your new windows – or choose something entirely different!

      uPVC windows

      Unplasticised polyvinyl chloride, known more commonly as uPVC, is a popular material for use in the fabrication of new windows. With exceptional longevity spanning at least two decades and requiring little to no maintenance, our range of uPVC windows are available in a variety of different colours and styles with plenty of hardware to choose from as well. Engineered with energy efficiency and security in mind, you can rest assured whatever style of window you choose will be engineered to the highest possible standard.

      Aluminium windows

      Aluminium is also a popular material for use in window fabrication. Renowned for its strength and resilience, aluminium offers a long, low maintenance lifespan of at least four decades as well as optimal energy efficiency ratings. What’s more, aluminium windows are suitable in both traditional and contemporary homes alike and can transform your living spaces with expansive panes of uninterrupted double-glazed glass.

      Different styles of windows

      Majestic Designs offers both aluminium and uPVC windows in a range of different colours and styles. Regardless of your personal taste or the aesthetic of your property, we have windows to suit any home.

      Casement windows

      Traditional casement windows  are an enduring, popular choice for homeowners across the UK, providing heightened energy efficiency, security and increased ventilation. Versatile and practical, casement windows operate on either a vertical or horizontal hinge.

      Flush casement windows

      Similar to traditional casement windows, flush casement windows sit ‘flush’ in the window frame. Flush casement windows can be installed in bay and bow windows or separately as standalone windows. Classic with a twist, flush casement windows give your home a contemporary flourish and are suitable in both traditional and contemporary properties alike.

      Sash windows 

      It’s never been more simple to combine antique elegance with modern convenience. . uPVC vertical sliding sash windows combine classic design with high energy efficiency ratings and increased security. As a result, they’re ideal for historically sensitive restoration projects and work well as a replacement for antique timber windows. Retain your traditional home’s historical charm or give your contemporary property an elegant flourish reminiscent of Victorian Britain.

      Bay windows

      Our range of bay windows can add historic grandeur to your home, evocative of Victorian Britain. Bay windows are square in design and come with your choice of fixed or operating casement windows, making them ideal for maximising space and natural light in your house.

      Bow windows

      Bow windows, also known as compass style windows, have a streamlined shape and style that works well in both traditional and contemporary homes alike. An alternative to the classic bay window, bow windows effortlessly complement any property with traditional aesthetics reminiscent of a bygone era.

      Tilt and Turn windows

      Combining a practical yet simple operation and modern, visually appealing design, tilt and turn windows deliver innovative dual-opening technology. Tilt and turn windows open two ways using a single, easy-to-use handle and are ideal for maximising ventilation in your property while still retaining optimal levels of energy efficiency and heightened security.

      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.”

      “Thank you!”

      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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