Like a dream these indoor gardens feel like another world. They feel so warm, airy, and full of life. These Conservatories and Greenhouses are all about inspiration. I found the most gorgeous of them from around the globe and gathered them here.
Good News: There are lots of gorgeous photos. Bad news – these are all linked from broken blogs and home photography so it’s nearly impossible to understand any of these locations. For now, we’ll just have to enjoy the photos here.
If you want to see more there are so many ways to search – greenhouses, conservatories, solariums, and atriums are just a few.
Kew Gardens is the Royal Botanical Gardens located in Southwest London about 30 minutes outside of the city. Inside the Greenhouse, they’ve created a Rainforest climate with coffee, chocolate and rubber plants. It can be toured daily and has one of the widest array of plants in the world.
Greenhouses with Water
These dream atriums have water that’s meant for fish or meant to be adored. And several have swimming pools too. There’s nothing more pleasant than these plants and water combined.
Villa Maria Hotel before Renovation, photo by Friedhelm Thomas
Blooming Greenhouse, photo by Gregoire C.
Other than these Greenhouses and Solariums being likely Victorian in era, we don’t know much about them. Abandoned Conservatories can be found across Europe – in the UK, Italy, Germany and more.
These modern Greenhouses are ones you are more likely to encounter in the real world. Some are from people’s homes, some are public businesses, and one is even a restaurant that is open to the public.
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