Style spotlight: modern

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A versatile and increasingly popular choice, suitable for home-owners who seek a clean contemporary look. While these conservatories look great attached to modern homes, they can be especially effective when added to period properties – they provide a dramatic contrast between old and new. For those properties with less room under the eaves, consider a reverse lean-to design with sliding or bi-folding doors. The example pictured is located at our Chilton conservatories showsite. Its five-leaf bi-folding aluminium doors open all the way across the veranda: a truly stylish bridge between outdoors and in.leanto_int

This particular conservatory features raked ftames manufactured from Duraflex uPVC and foiled in dark grey (RAL 7016) to match its aluminium Visofold bi-folding doors. We used self-cleaning Pilkington Activ Blue glazing for the large roof panels and toughened energy-efficient Pilkington K glass in the doors and frames. You can choose from a range of frame colours and specifications, as well as various hardware options.

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