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Conservatory dining room
Conservatory dining room
A bright and airy dining room has been created in this conservatory, with wooden touches adding warmth to the white scheme.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.