When you start feeling squeezed for space indoors, moving isn’t always an option. However, you may have very little room to extend. That very rarely prevents us with coming up with a space-adding solution like this smaller version of a traditional Edwardian conservatory. Built with the same trademark rectangular base and with the same kind of bricks used to construct the house, this conservatory offers an abundance of floor area. The occupants also chose to implement a number of decorative touches including the cute cresting and perimeter ceiling.
You can see how the armchairs occupy very little space but still manage to give anyone seated plenty available legroom. One of the secrets behind the spaciousness of the design is the tall roofing system as the headspace it generates gives the feeling of openness and the roof itself helps to keep the extension well-insulated in all weathers. On those rare occasions that the conservatory feels a bit too warm, there are top opening windows available for ventilation and the stunning French doors. Upon opening the French doors and crossing the threshold you immediately find yourself on the patio and in the garden. This has been taken advantage of several times in summer as it gives the family a great excuse to enjoy al fresco dining in the sunshine.
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