Garden Room Style

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Random House Incorporated, 1998 - Architecture - 160 pages
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With elements from both indoors and out, a garden room serves as a link between house and garden. No longer limited to the Victorian-style sun room, these glassed-in spaces can be kitchens or dining rooms, studios, small studies or garden retreats, even entire homes-in short, virtually any area that receives plenty of natural light.

Starting with background information on the evolution of glass rooms and the basic elements of the style, the book examines each variation on the successful garden room. Chapters cover the effect of the garden outside, color, entertaining, wicker, and other furniture, pools and fountains, antiques and statuary. The more technical considerations of wall and floor finishes, heating and lighting, rugs and blinds-and of course, planting under glass-are all discussed in detail for a well-considered room.

Filled with inspiring color photographs of relaxed interiors, Garden Room Style is a sumptuous guide and idea book for everyone who has a sunny, light-filled haven-and is a vivid wish book for readers planning for the future.

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Contents

Introduction
6
Elements of garden room style
14
A leafy perspective
31
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Peter Marston founded the company that is now Marston & Langinger in 1972 to revive the art of building fine conservatories. The company has expanded to include the production of garden room furnishings.

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