Set between the rear entry and the kitchen, the conservatory was designed as an area of pause. Designer Audrey Drought lined an alcove seating area with a fun green palm-printed wallcovering and covered the seat cushion in woven jute. A multicolored geometric hide rug, referencing nature’s honeycomb, brightens the space. But the most dramatic action was saved for overhead. Varying lengths of two sheer linen textiles hang from the ceiling, creating subtle movement in the natural breezeway. “The concept evolved around capturing a sense of the outdoors and exuding organic references,” says Drought. “As a pass-through space,” she adds, “I focused on elements that would spark the interest of visitors."