HampsteadTransitional Conservatory, London

confortable conservatory with pinoleum blinds and bronze lights and tables

This is an example of a traditional conservatory in London with no fireplace, a glass ceiling and grey floors. —  Houzz
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Lara Sargent added this to 10 Decorating Ideas For Your Conservatory or Sunroom7 October 2014

Consider blinds These classic French pinoleum blinds, handwoven from delicate strips of reed, do double duty in this conservatory. They filter sunshine in the summer months, keeping temperatures down, but also cosy up the space in winter and on dark evenings. Barely there in translucent cream, they add to the elegant mood. TELL US…How have you tackled the design and decoration of your conservatory? Share your tips and photos in the Comments below.

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Emily Horn added this to Verandah/sunroom19 April 2020

light, transparent window coverings - sense of lightness but protection

Courtney Callahan added this to sunroom - favorites1 April 2020

Drapes, also like window type and door type, looks sleek

Wendi Rosenblatt added this to My ideas22 August 2019

White sunroom with white furniture

Kajal Mathuria added this to Sunroom11 August 2019

Color combination and clean look

kaelarose added this to kaelarose's ideas3 June 2019

This style doors and windows to close in entrance verandah at south of house Not this furniture just the structure

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