Conservatories Etc - Bringing in the sunshine

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A Conservatory for All Seasons: 4 Conservatory Layouts


The contemporary conservatory is not a cluttered space. It’s really a room in which you want to let the natural light and air flow free and unobstructed. Choosing the right furniture to complement the space should be a fun task and you can change the layout with the changing seasons. 

Autumn: Informal Dining Room

A conservatory with a small dining table

Your conservatory is the perfect place to host an informal dinner party. No silver service: just warming bowls of hearty autumn fare, full glasses of dark red wine and late night sparkling conversation around a pop-up conservatory dining table.

Winter: Christmas Playroom

Why not turn your conservatory into a Christmas playroom for the festive season. The tree can be set up out of the way where the dog can’t knock it over. The kids can set up that oversized Thomas the Tank Engine playset their grandparents have brought them. Any lights will have the additional benefit of making your garden look festive.

Spring: Seedling Nursery

A conservatory with plants in it

Pop up that table again. This time to nurse all the seedlings for your garden through that tricky period before the last late frost. You can save a fortune by growing plants from seed and your conservatory will provide the perfect sunny protected environment for those formative early weeks.

Summer: Chill Out Room

Tired from all that gardening? A traditional cane or modern rattan sofa set up in your conservatory will provide the perfect place to have a relaxing cup of tea while you watch the birds and plan your next informal dinner party, has it really been a year since the last one?

If you’re interested in having an orangery or conservatory installed, then call us on 01953 600505 or drop by one of our showrooms in Wymondham or Diss to have an informal chat with a member of our sales team.

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