#conservatory interior design ideas
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.
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.
Victorian country conservatory
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.
Open conservatory storage
Open shelving creates a practical storage solution in a conservatory or garden room, providing space for pretty pot plants along side decorative ornaments.
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.
Extend your living area onto the veranda or conservatory by dressing chairs and tables with fabrics and accessories in the same colours and patterns. For a fresh, new feel, team modern fabrics with vintage furniture.
Conservatory dining 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.
Purple accents conservatory
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.
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.
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.
Classic country conservatory
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.
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.
Practical conservatory furniture
Choose bright white cane furniture for your conservatory and take it out onto the patio when the weather is nice. Add plenty of cushions in zesty summer colours to add comfort and interest.
French-style garden room detail
The bold patterned Lewis Wood wallpaper in this room works well because the colours of the fabrics and furniture are in similar muted shades. Garden-style furniture like the Regency iron bench from Garden Antiques, round table and decorative chair from Marston Langinger bring the outside in. Simple Roman blinds keep the room airy and light and the bright candy stripes echo the seats on the bench. Sisal carpet from Crucial Trading is warmer than stone or tiles, and adds a subtle pattern.
Vintage patterns work perfectly to create a country garden feel in this conservatory. Wicker is a great choice for adding a timeless, but traditional element.
A traditional-style conservatory has been added onto the back of this house to create a bright and airy dining room extension, while rich purples and hot pinks bring interest to the pale floor and white walls.
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.
Natural textured conservatory
Woven furniture is the natural choice for a garden room or conservatory. Here, white woodwork is the perfect, cool, light-reflecting backdrop for furniture in shades of grey and coffee.
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.
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.
Less is more in this elegant conservatory where off-white walls and white floor tiles have a fresh appeal. The rattan table and chair set is perfect for a spot of afternoon tea and the two bronze geese bought at auction make great conversation pieces.