Conservatory Interior Design: Create The Atmosphere You Want28/01/2016
Investing in a conservatory is an exciting way of improving your home – you’re essentially adding on a new room! Once it’s built, the fun can really start. When it comes to conservatory interior design, there are countless choices to be made. Create the atmosphere you want and make your conservatory your own – here’s a few things you might want to consider.
What furniture you put in your new room really depends on what you want to use it for. Perhaps, like Tinchy Stryder, you just want to install a ping-pong table. Alternatively, your conservatory could be a playroom, a sitting room, a study, a games room, a dining room - any room you can imagine! Bear in mind you might want to take your conservatory furniture out into the garden on sunny days. Cane has proved enduringly popular for conservatories, because it is light and easily transportable.
Patio chairs are stylish and versatile.
If one or more sides of your conservatory is overlooked by a neighbour, talk to us about glazing options. You won’t have to block out the light to keep your privacy.
A conservatory is a real suntrap in the summer and there is no reason why you shouldn’t be warm the room all year round. Modern heating options include slimline wall-mounted radiators and even underfloor heating.
Your conservatory will often be the main entrance to your house from the garden, so you need flooring that can stand up to the mud that might be trailed in by kids and pets. Laminate, hardwood and tiling are all good options that are a quick sweep and mop will have looking good as new.
If you’re thinking about conservatory interior design, we hope that this has given you a few ideas. Drop by one of our showrooms in Wymondham or Diss or call us on 01379 650517 to chat with one of our conservatory experts.