This open-plan living space, is bathed in natural light. Light-coloured furniture with dark accents work well in this scheme because overhead windows – as well as floor-to-ceiling windows – flood the scheme with light. Wooden flooring is warm underfoot, and has a natural look that is perfect for a garden room. Neutral walls and window frames keep the look simple and modern.
Hardwearing furniture, such as the rattan pieces, are key for that authentic feel that will last all year round. This dual-purpose conservatory provides a relaxing space for living and dining areas. The exposed brick walls give this design a rustic edge, while the grey-painted doors and upholstered furniture add prettier features.
This large kitchen-diner extension has dramatic angled windows and glass sliding doors, giving it a striking appearance – it’s perfect for hosting large parties. Neutral tiles creates a interesting feature by the stove, that contrasts with the check floor for a quirky touch.
This spacious conservatory, used mainly for informal dining and entertaining, features natural materials, including elegant rattan furniture and stone tile flooring. The windows are deliberately left undressed so that the room is at one with the outdoors.
Light pours into this conservatory breakfast room. The chairs have been upholstered in cream for a fresh look and are teamed with light-wood furniture to add depth. A soft faux-fur throw adds a cosy touch.
A rustic feel is achieved in this conservatory dining area with rattan chairs and a painted dining table. A conservatory can be a versatile addition to any house – by day a light-filled, homely living space and by night a cosy place to curl up and relax.
A bright and airy dining room has been created in this conservatory, with wooden touches adding warmth to the white scheme. French doors leading into the room complete this French-inspired, vintage tea room feel.