Conservatory with a Skylight Ideas and Designs
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Pride Road Manchester
Beccy lane posimage
Graham D Holland
Alistair Nicholls Photographer
Anglian Home Improvements
An orangery is a truly modern added living space - it combines all the benefits of a conservatory with an extension, in that it's a particularly strong and stable structure with a beautiful glass roof.
Hawk Kitchens and Bathrooms
Clement Windows Group Ltd
Home improvements specialist QKS have extensive experience in dealing with heritage sites and Grade I and II Listed Buildings. The owner of this listed property approached them to carry out a garden room/kitchen extension with the emphasis on filling the space with natural light. The old kitchen had been starved of daylight and the client wanted a social living/eating space that connected to the garden. 8 x Clement 3 Conservation Rooflights were specified in a slate profile to bring light into the extension. These were not only in keeping with the exterior of the property but also look fabulous inside too.
Westbury Garden Rooms
Lonsdale Rooflights & Patent Glazing
Acanthus Architecture, PA
Photography by Lissa Gotwals
Kyle Hunt & Partners, Incorporated
Phillip Mueller Photography, Architect: Sharratt Design Company, Interior Design: Martha O'Hara Interiors
Keri Murray Architecture
The owners spend a great deal of time outdoors and desperately desired a living room open to the elements and set up for long days and evenings of entertaining in the beautiful New England air. KMA’s goal was to give the owners an outdoor space where they can enjoy warm summer evenings with a glass of wine or a beer during football season. The floor will incorporate Natural Blue Cleft random size rectangular pieces of bluestone that coordinate with a feature wall made of ledge and ashlar cuts of the same stone. The interior walls feature weathered wood that complements a rich mahogany ceiling. Contemporary fans coordinate with three large skylights, and two new large sliding doors with transoms. Other features are a reclaimed hearth, an outdoor kitchen that includes a wine fridge, beverage dispenser (kegerator!), and under-counter refrigerator. Cedar clapboards tie the new structure with the existing home and a large brick chimney ground the feature wall while providing privacy from the street. The project also includes space for a grill, fire pit, and pergola.
Details Interiors, LLC
This one-room sunroom addition is connected to both an existing wood deck, as well as the dining room inside. As part of the project, the homeowners replaced the deck flooring material with composite decking, which gave us the opportunity to run that material into the addition as well, giving the room a seamless indoor / outdoor transition. We also designed the space to be surrounded with windows on three sides, as well as glass doors and skylights, flooding the interior with natural light and giving the homeowners the visual connection to the outside which they so desired. The addition, 12'-0" wide x 21'-6" long, has enabled the family to enjoy the outdoors both in the early spring, as well as into the fall, and has become a wonderful gathering space for the family and their guests.
Carpenter & MacNeille
Michael J. Lee Photography
Oliver Construction LLC
Photos by John and Kari Firak - Lomastudios.com
Jenni Leasia Interior Design
The light filled Sunroom is the perfect spot for entertaining or reading a good book at the window seat. Project by Portland interior design studio Jenni Leasia Interior Design. Also serving Lake Oswego, West Linn, Vancouver, Sherwood, Camas, Oregon City, Beaverton, and the whole of Greater Portland. For more about Jenni Leasia Interior Design, click here: https://www.jennileasiadesign.com/ To learn more about this project, click here: https://www.jennileasiadesign.com/crystal-springs
Period Architecture Ltd.
Angle Eye Photography
Emery Design & Woodwork
Westlake Development Group, LLC
Justin Krug Photography
Savoir Faire Home
The lighter tones of this open space mixed with elegant and beach- styled touches creates an elegant, worldly and coastal feeling.
TELFORD+BROWN STUDIO ARCHITECTURE
We were asked to add a small sunroom off a beautiful 1960's living room. Our approach was to continue the lines of the living room out into the landscape. Opening up and glazing the walls on either side of the fireplace gave more presence to the Dale Chihuly piece mounted above while visually connecting to the garden and the new addition. Ostmo Construction Dale Christopher Lang, PhD, AIAP, NW Architectural Photography
David Steinbrunner, photographer.