Householders are increasingly turning their backs on relocating home and instead choosing to extend their existing abodes, a choice made by this householder. After a visit to the house, it was determined that a lean-to conservatory would best fit due to the compactness of the design. Despite how compact it is, the occupants have still managed to install multiple pieces of furniture inside and it also encompasses some tailor-made bi-folding doors. These bi-folding doors help to open out the structure and marry it together with the garden to create a large living area.
It’s truly in keeping with the rest of the house and credit for that must go to those superbly slender sightlines. The trimness of these sightlines also enabled us to incorporate so much glass into the conservatory to ensure that natural light gets in from virtually every possible angle. This is most evident in roof which is almost wholly occupied with glass. The entire conservatory was lavished with the modern grey colour that’s so high in demand nowadays. This grey finish helps to emphasise the tremendous detail that has gone into every single element of the extension, such as the gorgeous guttering. Some may consider it to be on the small side, but this conservatory had a massive impact.
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