The new conservatories were designed and built in two phases during the course of last year.
The first project involved replacing the conservatory coming off the kitchen (shown on the right in these photos above), providing a nice light and airy space with room for a breakfast table and two relaxing chairs – looks like the perfect spot for a morning coffee to us and, on good authority, is enjoyed by our customers for just that!
The striking black and white checkerboard floor tiles added by our clients, really enhance the feeling of this being a special space, especially combined with the darker paint tone of the solid timber conservatory (which has been specially finished in Farrow & Ball Railings).
Phase II was the replacement of the lean-to conservatory which provides some useful and flexible additional space for this period cottage (shown on the left hand side in the above photos). Now replaced, it makes a truly stylish but very functional entrance hall and has been beautifully furnished by our clients.
Commenting on the design, Victoria noted: “my clients had a clear idea of how they envisaged the addition to the kitchen area, but it was important to ensure cohesion between the two additions. It has been my pleasure to go back to visit and see the project at various stages, but now complete. Both structures look out on a delightful courtyard area and I couldn’t help but smile when, during my last visit, my client said that they find themselves deserting their sitting room in favour of the conservatory. A comment frequently heard by David Salisbury designers and one that gives us all great satisfaction”.