When improving not moving is the best option but spaciousness is in short supply at the rear of a home with a low-pitched roof or bungalow, the compactness of a lean-to conservatory most definitely suits. Amazingly slender in comparison to most conservatory designs, the furniture layout in this example highlights the surprisingly large volume of floor space available within the structure. When fully folded, the customised bi-folding doors, equipped with some aesthetically-pleasing handles, emphasise this internal space even further and help draw in the courtyard to create one giant living area.
True to the original character of the house, the neat and sleek lines are utilised throughout the entire design, enabling natural light to flood in from all angles, hence why some people commonly refer to it as a sunroom. These lines are most beneficial in the roof as they allow for a far higher proportion of glass in comparison to frame. Like the kitchen window, which looks out onto the courtyard, a contemporary grey colour was applied to the frames and the accompanying guttering for a fashionable finish that you can’t help but fall for. It may be small in stature, but is guaranteed to have a big impact.
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