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Conservatory furniture ideas

Bright ideas for furnishing your conservatory.

Conservatory furniture ideas.

Does your conservatory need a little bit of love? Here's our hints and tips for lounging, dining and making the most of yours all year round.

Conservatory seating

Conservatory sofa.

Conservatory sofa

Look out over your outdoor space in comfort with a lounging sofa. These two-seater pieces are great for curling with up with a good book on summer days.

Don't want to share? Check out our range of armchairs for something sumptuous to sink in to, without interruption.

Garden seating.

Garden seating

Conservatory seating that does double duty. Garden furniture makes a versatile mix of indoor and outdoor seating.

Rattan is an ever-popular choice, but metal and wooden options can also work just as well in your conservatory as they do on the patio.

Conservatory dining furniture.

Conservatory dining furniture

The conservatory is a great spot for enjoying a light and bright breakfast or dinner in the evening.

Our range of bistro dining tables and chairs make the perfect companion for large and compact conservatories alike.

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Conservatory furniture and accessories

Conservatory ideas

Use it as a dining room

Use it as a dining room

Create a spot for a light meal by adding a dining table and a few chairs. Usually, a round table is more flexible than a rectangular one when it comes to space. Position the table in full view of your garden so you can enjoy the tranquil outlook while you eat.

Creating an office space.

Creating an office space

A conservatory can become a modern home office with the addition of a desk, filing cabinet and practical office chair. As well as providing a quiet place to work, you’ll also get great views of your garden and lots of natural light.

Furnishing a small conservatory.

Furnishing a small conservatory

If your conservatory is quite compact, consider stripping back the furniture to the bare essentials. Look for pieces with clean lines and minimalistic shapes to keep the space open and airy. Flexible multifunctional designs are also handy, as they can serve multiple purposes.

More help and inspiration

Garden inspiration.

Garden inspiration

All the hints and tips you need to spruce up your garden.

Home ideas.

Home ideas

View this season's latest trends and room ideas.

Playroom ideas.

Playroom ideas

Create a fun and educational space for your little ones.

Patio ideas.

Patio ideas

Create the outdoor entertaining space of your dreams.

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