Light conservatory with traditional table
Create an informal conservatory dining room using a range of fabrics, from denim to florals. Mix with antique chairs and classic linens for a light and breezy feel.
A small space doesn't mean you can't be stylish. This octagonal conservatory space is made inviting using a comfortable sofa and a feature table for a light, summerhouse feel.
Add a touch of traditional French charm to your home with delicate white furniture and chandelier lighting. Warm wooden flooring and floral accessories complete this pretty look.
Conservatory with fabric ceiling hanging
If rollerblinds aren't for you, but you still want to cover your conservatory ceiling panels, opt for sofly draping fabric instead. A ceiling fan and wicker chairs add to this colonial look.
Natural wood conservatory
Give an airy, neutral conservatory a touch of luxury with a traditional pine table and chairs, and a white leather armchair. Bring the outdoors inside with glossy plants placed around the room.
This quirky conservatory cleverly uses wrought-iron chairs and a glass table along with wooden accessories for an eclectic traditional feel. The ceiling fan and arched details on the doors finish the look.
Large open-plan conservatory
Make the most of a large space and lovely high glass ceilings with a warm wooden island unit and cream and brown furniture and accessories. Vintage-style pendant lamps are a great way to introduce statement lighting to a traditional room scheme.
Natural textures conservatory
Use a range of natural textures to add a touch of luxury to a small conservatory space. Feature pieces such as this driftwood coffee table and leafy ferns transform this compact room into an oasis of calm.
Sit back and relax in this tropical-style conservatory. Natural woven textures and bright pops of colour give a fresh and airy feel to this warm and inviting space.