Mr and Mrs Robertson - Edinburgh

Mr & Mrs Robertson

When Mr and Mrs Robertson bought their beautiful Georgian terraced flat in Edinburgh, they couldn’t wait to start renovating. Soon after moving in, they did just that – the kitchen was stripped bare and redesigned, so too were the living room and bathroom. Finally there was one last niggling issue – where, oh where was Mr Robertson going to put his favourite vermillion chair? Not quite willing to part with it, the Robertsons sought to make use of a modest area of land to the side of their house – cue CR Smith and their team of crafty conservatory creators.

We’re amazed to see the spare space at the side of the house be so useful.

Delighted to see the house’s original stone wall and exterior plumbing incorporated into the conservatory’s design, the Robertsons love how the space offers a refreshing balance of new and old. Proving much more than just a room for Mr Robertson’s chair, the conservatory has charmed the whole family: “The grandchildren love it, it’s the perfect place to enjoy the garden.”

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