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Elegant Conservatory Bedfordshire

This beautiful family home in the Bedfordshire countryside was once a hunting lodge for King Henry VIII. A pre-Tudor building is often quite dark inside so the addition of a conservatory has created a special room to enjoy the sunshine and the landscaped gardens.

This fully glazed extension was designed to complement the orangery which we built on another face of the property. These twin extensions complement each other and transform the way the house is used. The angled corners and subtle Tudor style windows work well with the existing features.

The new addition is heavily used by the family as it provides a light-filled sitting area. It is a perfect room to watch over the children playing in the garden or to enjoy story time in the sunshine.

Our clients had the expertise of Mews Interiors to assist with the room decor.

Rudy Staal - David Salisbury Designer

Elegant Conservatory, Bedfordshire

Designed by:Rudy Staal

This house was used by Henry VIII as a hunting lodge