Recreate this elegant orangery

Inspired by this stunning room scheme? We show you how to get the look

The owners of this period-style new-build in Hampshire opted for a calm scheme in their orangery to showcase a love of old and new; vintage furniture, characterful accessories and mixed textiles, predominately in neutral shades of grey and cream. We share our product suggestions for achieving this laid-back look in your own home…

Make a statement
An oversized pendant light makes a style statement in any room. This classic Butler pendant (£67.90) from Jim Lawrence is available to buy in 9 different finishes, from matt black (shown) to antiqued brass – something to suit any colour scheme.

Mixed materials
Carefully woven from coarse wool, this Sumak Rug (180x120cm, £100) from Cox & Cox introduces a tactile element with texture. It’s ideal for placing in areas with heavy footfall, such as garden doorways: stylish and practical, too!

Industrial chic
Include an industrial influence with this antique-style trunk (H40xW121xD61cm, £349) from Swoon Editions. It’s so versatile, doubling up as a coffee table and storage space for all your bits and bobs.

Classical inspiration
A vintage print of the inspiration behind your home’s architecture adds a personal feel to the room, Temple of Vesta at Tivoli print in Box Stem Black frame, H52xW41cm, £100.40 from

Stay neutral
Opt for a dark neutral shade when it comes to focal furniture pieces, such as this Kotka sofa in Vintage Coal
(H87xW218xD93, £799) from Made. It draws attention in a subtle way, without stealing the limelight from other characterful additions.

All about appliqué
For understated elegance, a neutral cushion with a standout motif is just the thing. We love this Insignia linen cushion,
(51cm sq, £58) from Oka, featuring a gothic-inspired appliqué design in striking midnight blue velvet.

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