Reflection supply and fit conservatories
in Bude and across Cornwall and Devon.
Unlike other rooms in our homes, there’s no set use for a conservatory, so you can create a room that is as flexible as you need. A conservatory leading from the kitchen makes a fabulous dining room. A conservatory leading from a living room extends the area into a great family room and links your main living space with the garden.
If you have always dreamed of owning a conservatory but feel that the space you have is either too small or is unsuitable, don’t despair, we are here to help with surveying, planning issues and permissions. We will help you choose the best product for you.
Please browse the styles available below or see examples of our completed work in our gallery.
Victorian Style Conservatory
This is the most popular style of conservatory – with a versatility that makes it suitable for many house styles. It’s distinguishing features such as a bay front, curved shape, steeply pitched roof and ornate ridge, give it a classical appearance.
The Victorian Style Conservatory is available in:
3 Facet – a that has three main windows that give a curved appearance, widely angled for maximum space.
5 Facet – a bay front with five main windows creating a more rounded.
Georgian Style Conservatory
The Georgian is a flat-fronted style that offers excellent use of floor space due to the square or rectangular shape.
The Georgian style conservatory offers many styles – allowing you to find the perfect fit for your home.
Gable Style Conservatory
A gable-fronted style of conservatory adds a sense of grandeur.
With a high roof slope and the same floor space as a Georgian conservatory, a gable offers excellent use of internal space.
Lean-to Style Conservatory
The Lean-to style is for those who prefer the clean understated lines of Mediterranean sunrooms.
Traditional or contemporary, this style is ideal for properties with limited space under the eaves or an awkward area in which to fit a conservatory.
Or Something Different…
P-shape – the ideal style for a larger conservatory combining, for an example, a lean-to and a Victorian.
T-shape – is a combination style that is distinguished by a central projection. Both P-shape and T-shape conservatories are very well suited for the larger property.