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Reaching high into the sky, this curved lean-to design offers glorious views of the city and a sitting room filled with heaps sunlight, perfect for growing large plants.
A small atrium was the perfect solution to connect this house to the shed. I can only imagine how lovely it would be to sip my morning coffee there each day.
Tip: If you are considering a greenhouse or conservatory, it may be in your best interest to start small. Heating a large glass room in cooler regions can get expensive in the winter, and a small space like this would be much more cost-efficient.
Mimicking the shape of the home it’s attached to, this glass house is even more charming with the help of the small ornamental piece that adorns the roof.
Tip: Be sure to match the architectural lines of your home if you opt for a conservatory extension.
Here is the inside view of the structure in the previous photo. You can see that this homeowner uses it as a living space rather than for horticulture, which seems to be quite common these days.
Tip: If you are thinking about a sunroom or conservatory, be sure to furnish it with fabrics, rugs and other furniture that won't be as likely to fade. White seems to be a good choice.
Although the ceiling is not made of windows, this room still fits in with the overall feel of a conservatory, and it is closer to being a sunroom than anything else. A room like this would definitely be my favorite area of the house!
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