Written by Hugh Metcalf

Peek inside interior designer Louise Bradley’s luxe garden room

This chic indoor-outdoor space serves up styling inspiration for conservatories, orangeries and other garden-adjacent rooms. 

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Image: Louise Bradley 

Located on the ground floor of luxury interior designer Louise Bradley‘s London townhouse, this bright and light room is an idyllic indoors-outdoors space in the spring and summer months.

Doubling up for dining and living, and with chic yet subtle furnishing that allows the view of the garden to be the main attraction, Louise’s space is a masterclass on how to use and decorate a garden room. Here’s what you can learn from it. 

Green space

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Image: Louise Bradley 

The space was constructed with striking, bronze, floor-to-ceiling windows with doors leading to the outside. The large expanses of glass reflect the garden’s abundant foliage, helping it to disappear from the outside. At night, the exterior space is lit beautifully, making for a room that showcases the garden brilliantly at any time of day. 

Spring dining 

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Image: Louise Bradley 

In the warmer seasons, the room is used as an occasional dining space – in spring in particular, when the garden comes to life. Louise’s design studio looked to enhanced this organic, natural style with distressed timber furniture. 

The same floor has been used inside and outside, helping to connect the two spaces. 

Internal window

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Image: Lousie Bradley

An abundance of plants inside helps the space to blend into the outdoors even more. The dining accessories are Louise’s own collection – contributing to the simple, yet charming style of the space. 

 

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