All conservatory pictures

Searching for style inspiration? We’ve got beautiful traditional conservatory pictures, modern conservatory designs and country conservatory pictures to help you find the perfect look for your home. We’ve also got lots of conservatory ideas here to browse.

  • Georgian conservatory

    An earthy colour scheme, a period-style washstand and a variety of plant life allow this elegant Georgian conservatory to blend in effortlessly with the outdoors. The glass-topped table and wrought-iron chairs are from Kilcroney Furniture and the ceiling blinds and simple curtains allow for complete privacy.

    Table, chairsKilcroney Furniture

  • Rustic conservatory dining room

    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.

    Rattan chairs
    John Lewis
    Dining table
    Pine Solutions
    James Oliver
    Similar wall paint

  • Relaxed conservatory

    A neutral palette teamed with dark wood accents creates a modern, relaxing look in this conservatory. Cushions and a throw bring a comfortable vibe to the room, while displaying books and magazines designates this space as a reading and relaxing zone.

    Quick Step
    Floor basket
    John Lewis

  • Pink conservatory

    Palms, ferns and orchids provide a tropical backdrop to a graphit table and delicate wirework chairs. Vivid pink glassware, napkins and cushions complement orchids in wrapped pots on a wooden table. Tealights and purple candles create a glow at night.

    Hartley Botanic

    Lloyd Loom of Spalding


    Allweather & Tubbs

  • Conservatory blind

    Dressing conservatory windows with a beautiful damask Roman blind combined with frosted film creates an intimate and calming look. Wooden shutters frame the windows and create a vintage look.

    Blind fabric

    Window film

  • Wooden conservatory

    This spacious conservatory, used mainly for informal dining and entertaining, features only natural materials, including elegant rattan furniture and wood flooring. The windows are deliberately left undressed so that the room is at one with the outdoors.

    Rattan furniture
    GT Goodyear

  • French-style conservatory

    A ‘Rue Jan Jaures’ street sign starts off a rustic French-style feel in this conservatory, accentuated by the white-painted brick walls, which also add an indoor-outdoor quality to the space. Simple white painted furniture is given a lift with blue accents and a colourful floral centrepiece.

    Table, chairs and cushion fabric
    Newark Antiques Fair

  • Traditional conservatory

    A delicate palette of pinks, greens and terracotta floor tiles helps this Victorian conservatory blend into its natural environment. Traditional wicker furniture covered in a light fabric, is a good choice for conservatories as it won’t deteriorate through sun exposure.

    Wicker furnitureJohn Lewis

    FabricMarston & Langinger

  • Family conservatory

    A conservatory is an ideal space for family space to gather and unwind. Floor cushions and a beanbag cube create a relaxed atmosphere, while neutral fabrics keep the look light.

    Floor cushions and bean bag cube
    Dunelm Mill

    Robert Allen

    Enamel jug
    Decorative Country

  • Eclectic conservatory

    The conservatory is filled with unusual objects bought from specialist furniture shops which create a unique and eclectic look. The distressed leather chairs are from Andrew Martin and the sofa is covered in fabric from Zimmer & Rohde.

    Leather chairsAndrew Martin

    Sofa covered in Tendo fabric
    Zimmer & Rohde

    Striped throw
    Missoni at Amara

  • Conservatory room

    The dining area of this open-plan kitchen enjoys plenty of natural light through timber-framed windows and a stained-glass panel in the apex of the roof from Opus Stained Glass. The complementing neutral scheme includes simple cream curtains and roman blinds, cream wall and a pair of checked sofas which look out onto the garden.

    Stained glass Opus Stained Glass – 01273 857223

  • Traditional conservatory

    Bring the outdoors indoors with a stylish traditional conservatory. Keep it light and bright with natural-toned floor tiles, comfortable rattan furniture and a selection of indoor plants. Toile panels, a metalwork screen and chandelier add a touch of glamour.

    For similar toile fabric, tryBaer & Ingram

  • Eclectic living room conservatory

    A white leather suite and coffee table are a perfect foil to dark timber-framed windows and walnut-look laminate flooring from Allied Carpets in this light-filled conservatory. Deep red soft furnishings add a splash of colour.

    Laminate flooringAllied Carpets

  • Modern conservatory kitchen/diner

    A conservatory was built onto the back of the house to accommodate a spacious family kitchen. Pale wood cupboards, limestone floor tiles from Ideal Tiles and stainless steel appliances from MFI ensure it’s a bright and welcoming space. The eight foot long octagonal granite-topped island doubles as a dining table.

    Limestone floor tiles

    Ideal Tiles 01543 453223

    Cooker, canopy and splashbackMFI

  • Swimming pool

    A 300-year-old stone barn attached to the side of the main house has been sympathetically converted into a luxurious gym and spa. Grecian-style statues, planters and a stone-effect bench line the walls while a mezzanine gallery area has room for a dining table and chairs.

    For a similar swimming pool, trySpata

  • Period conservatory

    Panels of heavy cotton fitted to the roof is a softer alternative to traditional conservatory blinds and gently diffuses light. Art Deco-style stained glass from Kymes Stained Glass sets an earthy tone and antique French furniture and the tapestry covered footstool and cushions duly follow.

    Stained glass

    Kymes Stained Glass (01642) 242612

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