Conservatory Ideas and Designs
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DiMauro Architects, Inc.
Photography: Nat Rea
CIRCLE Design Studio
Digs Design Company
Photo by Nat Rea
Woodcraft Customs, LLC
This is an elegant four season room/specialty room designed and built for entertaining. Photo Credit: Beth Singer Photography
Sustainable Nine Design + Build
Glass Enclosed Conservatory
Breeze Giannasio Interiors
Stacey Zarin Goldberg
Rutt of Los Altos
Emanuel Dimitri Volakis Photography
Javier Bravo / ©Houzz España 2020
An orangery with complimentary brickwork and fenestration, painted in a tone that compliments the existing property, blends in with the rest of the home to appear like an original feature.
Gordon Tobey Developments
Screen In Porch overlooking Butler Creek
LDa Architecture & Interiors
TEAM Architect: LDa Architecture & Interiors Builder: 41 Degrees North Construction, Inc. Landscape Architect: Wild Violets (Landscape and Garden Design on Martha's Vineyard) Photographer: Sean Litchfield Photography
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
Sunroom with casement windows and different shades of grey furniture.
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.
Housing First Minnesota
2018 Artisan Home Tour Photo: LandMark Photography Builder: Narr Construction
EJ Interior Design, Eugenia Jesberg
This 1920's Georgian-style home in Hillsborough was stripped down to the frame and remodeled. It features beautiful cabinetry and millwork throughout. A marriage of antiques, art and custom furniture pieces were selected to create a harmonious home. Bi-fold Nana doors allow for an open space floor plan. Coffered ceilings to match the traditional style of the main house. Galbraith & Paul, hand blocked print fabrics. Limestone flooring.
Edmunds Studios Photography, Inc.
Photo: Edmunds Studios Design: Laacke & Joys
Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
Scott Allen Architecture
This sunroom faces into a private outdoor courtyard. With the use of oversized, double-pivoting doors, the inside and outside spaces are seamlessly connected. In the cooler months, the room is a warm enclosed space bathed in sunlight and surrounded by plants. Aaron Leitz Photography