Conservatories Add Character

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It is the room on our wish list, the beautiful space we absolutely know we would live in if we had it.
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With all of the glass and windows and sunlight streaming through, conservatories are the perfect room to make these cold winter days feel a bit more like summertime.
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One of the coolest things about these rooms is that conservatories, like those from Anglian Home, can be pretty easy to build. Valentine’s Day gift, anyone?
Maybe it’s because beautiful meals are the things that punctuate our day, that quiet space with our families to hit the “restart” button, but dining is what we think we’d enjoy very most in our conservatory. 

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Well, and having our morning coffee with those happy, just-awake voices and newspaper scattered all around.

This looks like the perfect place to curl up with a good book!

Do you have a conservatory? (We’ll try not to be too jealous!) How would you spend time in your conservatory?
We hope your week is going well!

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Comments

  1. Love them and want one!!!! Maybe if I talk about it long enough…it might happen down the road.Not at the top of the long list of “to do”s but its absolutely there, adds so much to any home.

  2. Always, always dreamed of a life that included one! I will continue the dream….

  3. My dream home will absolutely have a conservatory! I visited one in the dead of winter while on a trip to Toronto and I’ve never forgotten that wonderful feeling of stripping of my coat and feeling the warmth.

  4. Love and want them all!

  5. These are so lovely. I adore our sunroom and go there for warmth any time of year. A poolside conservatory would be wonderful! Hope all is well ladies! xo Nancy

  6. gorgeous!!!!

  7. hmmm…needing a “shed”…could it be possible?

  8. my first post in Jan was about things in architecture that I would want! Conservatory is one of those ((: They look amazing, you found some great looking inspiring ones!
    ciao Z

  9. My absolute dream addition to our row home would be to put a simple English style conservatory up on the roof. Our row home exterior is in the English Tudor style.
    Dreaming and hoping,
    Vera

  10. Love them…so dreamy!

  11. I would use my coservatory for tea/coffee, meals and reading. If it were big enough I would put my piano out there and fill it with flowers everyday. Thanks for the dream and sharing.

  12. I’ve always loved them. I think they are classic and make such a cozy spot!

  13. Love conservatories, especially the last one. They just look like the perfect place to have breakfast and read (or blog :)

  14. oh i could put this one my list too. gorgeous images! and a pool would be lovely as well :)

  15. Love these, and by the pool would be perfect!

  16. Anonymous says:

    Yes indeed I do gave a conservatory. It is five feet wide and seven feet long. OK it’s really a greenhouse but I don’t use it for that. Washington DC is cold dreary and overcast much of the winter and the greenhouse serves as my sun place. I have a black slate floor to catch as much heat as possible. There is a tiny pot bellied stove and a comfortable chair. It does alright by me.

    Love your blog.
    Ann

  17. I am really pleased to post my comment on this blog .I love your blog by the way, I am gonna have to add you to my list of watched blogs

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