Centre stage glass room
This glass room clearly takes centre stage in this home and is also multi-functional, offering a lounge area as well as a place to dine. The contrast between the traditional brick home and the modern glass room and patio works particularly well, not to mention the addition of a beautiful, green backdrop.
Natural light and good interior design
Along with the angled roof, the interior design of this glass room has really embraced the spirit of summer, with colourful accessories mixed with crisp, white furniture for a perfectly fresh finish. This room really makes the most of any natural light, meaning a relaxing afternoon of reading is always possible. This glass room also includes some hanging light bulbs and a unique lampshade to take any occasion well into the late hours of the evening.
A glass room spacious in width
This glass Room has clearly made use of the length of the garden, but still looks spacious in width. The sofa set is complemented by a statement rug and neutral wooden flooring for a scandinavian effect. This style is suited for every season thanks to its versatility.
White colour theme throughout
This glass room carries a white colour theme throughout, including the walls and floors, which looks particularly inviting against a floral backdrop. The addition of delicate furniture also gives the room a true al fresco feel.
Silver glass room with contrasting furniture
The contemporary silver design here makes this glass room look particularly sleek, while the contrasting monochrome furniture also adds a sense of sophistication to the design. The addition of only a few colourful flowers also helps keep the area looking fresh, without making the area seem too crowded.