A conservatory-style extension is light and airy, making the most of the garden views. The black chairs give the room a modern feel when set against white.
Dining chairs and table
This classic-style conservatory has been given a modern twist with bold prints in orchid shades. Rattan furniture keeps the look relaxed and comfortable, while a colourful leaf blind adds interest to the windows. Hanging lanterns and leafy lush green plants in oversized containers complete the look.
This classic-style conservatory has been given a modern twist with bold prints in orchid shades. Rattan conservatory furniture keeps the look relaxed and comfortable, while a colourful leaf blind adds interest to the windows. Hanging lanterns and leafy lush green plants in oversized containers complete the look.
House of Fraser
Colefax & Fowler
The Chelsea Gardener
This conservatory is transformed for the Christmas period with a festive display in white and grey. Garden foliage, dressed with sparkly candles and lanterns, creates a dramatic table setting. Pretty white hanging decorations add to the modern country theme, and a glass hurricane lamp makes for an attractive centrepiece.
Fill your conservatory with a variety of exotic plants. Go for ones with a structural shape and brighten any empty corners with tall plants that will reach to the ceiling. Choose a fabric with a bold leafy design. Use it to make cushion covers, blinds and a table runner. Fabrics with splashes of zingy lemon will really spice up the look.
Create the perfect place to relax by choosing a large snuggly chair for your conservatory. Add glamour to a plain white one with cushions decorated with beading and embroidery. Choose an accent palette such as the greys and lilacs here and mix and match shapes and finishes.
Marston & Langinger
The White Company
Less is more in this elegant conservatory where off-white walls and white floor tiles have a fresh appeal. The rattan table and chair set is perfect for a spot of afternoon tea and the two bronze geese bought at auction make great conversation pieces.
Similar rattan furnitureJohn Lewis
These floral fabrics and wallpapers bring the outside indoors. Substantial furniture like the rattan pieces are key for that ‘real furniture’ feel that will last all year. A natural colour palette blends with the outdoor tones.
Dressing chairs and tables with fabrics and accessories in the same colours and patterns and an adjoining living room, connects the two rooms. For a fresh, new feel, modern fabrics have been teamed with vintage furniture
Table and chairs
The French House
This conservatory is furnished with a second-hand pine table and mismatched chairs to achieve a relaxed look. The glass roof allows as much light as if they were eating outside, but enables them to use the room in all weather conditions, while enjoying the view of the garden.
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The dramatic designs of the tablecloth and seat pads look great against the white walls and whitewashed screen. Large bunches of flowers creates an eye-catching centrepiece, while accents of natural stone, leafy green and apricot creates a fresh feel.
GP & J Baker
Wicker armchairs and a wood-burning stove create a cosy mullti-purpose vibe in this bright conservatory.
Similar wood-burning stove
Dark-coloured furniture works well in this scheme because overhead windows as well as floor-to-ceiling windows flood this room with light. Wooden flooring is warm underfoot, and has a natural look that is perfect for a garden room. White walls and window frames keep the look simple and don’t distract from the garden view.
The walls if this conservatory have been kept light and bright with an ivory shade to maximise daylight. The colourful blind fabric and wooden dining table, bench and chairs provide the overall feel of a handcrafted, airy room.
Blind fabric, table and bench
In a glass-filled, open-plan space choose a warm cream colour rather than stark white- this will prevent the room from being too bright on a sunny day. Then add large, chunky furniture and picture frames to fill the space and give it an informal, relaxed feel
This conservatory dining room combines classic wicker chairs with a rustic dining table for a homely look. Pretty informal blinds to match the seat cushions add a splash of hot pink to the sunny space. A green table runner looks great with grass green tableware, and a matching rug defines the eating space.
Blind and cushions
Colefax & Fowler
Tableware and rug
Marston & Langinger