When you have a back garden it’s important that it’s both used and admired. The owners of this conservatory will certainly be able to do both of those things as it has French doors that connect to their outdoor setting and prolonged glazed panes to give them the ultimate in transparency. The glass literally stretches from the ceiling to the floor and is aided by the trimness of the frames which enable these substantial panes to be inserted. Light pours through from every angle of the design and adds to the internal spaciousness.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner and supper can all be enjoyed in the confines of the conservatory, the latter thanks to the spotlights which can be turned on once things start to get dark. The spotlights may look small, but you would be surprised at the level of illumination that they release so that the entire structure feels bright enough to use. It was very easy to incorporate the full height glass panels into the design and they’re a fine contrast to the average sized glazed areas you would find in most conservatories. Some may worry that the expanses of glass may cause the structure to overheat in summer, quite the opposite actually. It’ll be coolness personified, just like the design itself.
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