• Posts Tagged ‘conservatory’

    Goodbye, summer

    by  • September 8, 2016 • Great outdoors • 0 Comments

     

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    Oh dear! September already. My lawn is speckled with fallen leaves and the nights are drawing in fast. Soon, sitting in the garden for hours on end, or eating lunch al fresco will be a distant dream. However, if you’re lucky enough to have a conservatory, this is when it will come into its own.

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    Sunny hues

    by  • June 6, 2016 • Best of the rest, Stylish living • 1 Comment

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    Yellow is a warm, friendly colour that instantly sends out good vibes, which is why it works well in most room schemes, and this conservatory proves that it’s not so difficult to welcome this shade into your home – you don’t even need to pick up a paintbrush! This bright hue

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    Add a little zest…

    by  • March 5, 2016 • Desirable dining, Great outdoors • 0 Comments

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    It may still be chilly, but the sun has been shining (from time to time), and spring feels like its finally on its way, which means it’s time to spruce up your conservatories. March is the ideal month to make the most of your conservatory, so give it a fresh, zingy look to brighten it up.

    Here, sleek, modern furnishings have been given a natural, countryside feel.

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    All the leaves are green!

    by  • November 23, 2015 • Great outdoors • 0 Comments

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    At this time of year, the best thing about having big glass doors at the back of my house is watching the leaves change colour. It always makes me a little sad thinking of how all that once-verdant life decays and disappears but then I read a great explanation of why autumn leaves change colour and I was uplifted. Even more so when I saw the room above – what a brilliant idea! Make up for the browning leaves outside by introducing evergreens – through plants and fabrics – inside.

    Seán O

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