The Edwardian or Georgian style is ideal if you need space because of its squared or rectangle shape. Its symmetrical design allows the homeowner to easily decorate and input furniture. Similar to the Victorian style, the Edwardian and Georgian have a pitched roof but the front being a larger flat surface, maximising the exteriors of the house. We’ve grouped the Edwardian and Georgian style together because of their similarities. The only difference between them is that an Edwardian roof is vertical from the house. Whereas, the centre of the Georgian roof is parallel to the wall from the home.