Conservatories date back to the seventeenth century. In that era, they were stone structures with more glass compared to a standard room. Conservatories, given their construction, were considered a reserve for the rich. However, this building started gaining popularity during the Victorian period. But conservatories gain notoriety in the 1970s, becoming accessible to all thus cementing themselves as a standard feature in many UK homes.
About two decades ago, a conservatory was a project that every homeowner had in their DIY house upgrade hitlist. The addition was not only creating more valuable space to the property but also injecting a fantastic view of the outdoors while being protected from the elements thanks to its full glass walls.
With the UK being a country occasioned by more rain than sunny days, conservatories offered a new thing that many would not have thought possible. It provided the opportunity to enjoy nature …