Neutral furnishings look neat in this conservatory, but don’t detract from the focus – the views of the garden. Warmth comes in the form of the floral and gingham blinds with their cheerful red accents.
Cafe curtains are a country-kitchen favourite, but they also look great in a garden room. Choose a fresh and breezy stripe in pastel colours to add a summery feel and continue the look onto cushions and accessories like pot plants.
The conservatory of this Victorian house is painted in Teknos duck-egg, lavender and gardenia to complement the garden. Matching duck-egg wicker furniture from Holloways has striped blue cushions for contrast. Windows are large to let in light and make the most of the garden beyond. Pale terracotta tiles hide underfloor heating.
The conservatory of this Victorian house is painted in Teknos duck-egg, lavender and gardenia to complement the garden. Matching duck-egg wicker conservatory furniture from Holloways has striped blue cushions for contrast. Windows are large to let in light and make the most of the garden beyond. Pale terracotta tiles hide underfloor heating.
A mixture of feminine colours and patterns gives this conservatory a colourful update. The rich purple tones of the armchair and floor lamp work well with the lime green cushions and pink floral upholstery. A large leaf-design rug adds warmth to the floor, while chunky wooden furniture, like the coffee table, adds to the stylish yet comfortable look.
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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
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.
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.