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Garden Room Conservatory Dublin – Revisited

It’s always nice to revisit jobs some time after they have been completed so we can get valuable photographs and feedback from our clients about our garden room conservatories and how the new owners are liking them. Mark called today to get some photos of a garden room conservatory we installed for Dublin clients last year.

The brief for this garden room conservatory was simple, the clients wanted a quiet and secluded conservatory positioned in a sunny spot in the garden without looking obtrusive. We designed an octagonal conservatory, in a green colour to blend in with the foliage. The shape allowed us to nestle the garden room conservatory into a corner not taking away valuable space in the garden.

Garden Room Conservatory Dublin – Uses

Garden Room Conservatory Revisited Blog Conservatory Design copyThe room is used mainly as a reading room/ coffee area away from the house, TV, phones etc. The result is a beautiful peaceful haven easily accessed from the house but far enough away to offer peace and relaxation time…maybe every office should have one of these?

Garden room conservatories are a great way of extending your house or creating a tranquil haven in a part of your garden. The space provided by garden room conservatories is multi-purpose and can range from storage, to sports to a place to entertain guests or a private retreat from the hustle and bustle of daily life.

Garden Room Conservatory Experts

The garden room conservatory collection is available in a range of various designs and colours, each room is designed from scratch for each client in keeping with the surroundings to make sure it enhances the property. Mark Quinn of Conservatory Designs is available at the design centre at Conservatory Designs for a free consultation at 045 84002.

Here at Conservatory Designs we are the experts in garden room conservatories and have years of experience, and testimonials, to prove it.

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