Controlling Conservatory Bugs

By | Advice

Last month we covered pruning and maintaining plants after the winter months. With spring well underway, we are now facing a bug invasion! The problem with bugs is that they enjoy this lovely weather as much as we do. However, since moving from a wooden…

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Book Review: Garden Style by Selina Lake

By | Trends

As homeowners, it is important to find happiness in your home. It doesn’t require huge amounts of time and money to add a little charm and character. This month we have been reading Selina Lake’s latest book: Garden Style – it combines the art of…

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Blendworth in the Garden

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Our show site is open to everyone, so we were delighted when Blendworth Interiors got in touch regarding a photo shoot in our conservatory and garden room. Blendworth create beautiful...
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Let The Light In

By | Structures, Trends

Light is a powerful resource, it’s easy to forget how fast it travels (299,792 km per second) and in theory, nothing can travel any faster. Not only is light impressive, but it is also a massive part of our daily routine. We wake up at…

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A Christmas collection of decadent decorations

By | Trends

As Christmas approaches, why not get into the festive spirit by decorating your home and conservatory. Here are a few inspirational ideas that can come in handy, so turn on your Christmas playlist and let’s get started. Frosty the Snowman In this month’s issue of…

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6 Ways to Light up your Conservatory

By | Advice

The first glasshouse was built in 1949 in Connecticut. Designed by architect Philip Johnson, and now preserved as a National Historic Landmark, the building is “an essay in minimal structure, geometry, proportion and the effects of transparency and reflection.” Credit: theglasshouse.org Glasshouses are now commonplace…

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