Decorate Your Conservatory in Time for Christmas01/12/2015
A modern conservatory is a room that can be used all year round. At Christmas time, it can be the perfect extra space you need for opening presents, playing parlour games and even eating your Christmas dinner. Make sure your conservatory is looking suitably festive for the occasion with our Christmas decorating tips.
Deck the Halls with Boughs of Holly
Get the vintage Christmas look with natural decorations such as holly, ivy and traditional Christmas wreaths. The leaves of the poinsettia plant turn a festive red at Christmas time and will thrive in your conservatory. For a bit of bling, spray paint some pine cones gold and silver.
Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree
Consider setting up your Christmas tree in the conservatory. There will be plenty of space for all of the presents and you won’t have to worry about damaging that new living room carpet.
Does He Turn Up on His Sleigh?
If you have a big family with lots of children and an elderly theatrical great uncle, why not go the whole hog and turn your conservatory into a Santa’s grotto?
Like a Row of Paper Chains
Paper chains are colourful handmade decorations that look very festive at this time of year. Making them is a great way to keep creative kids occupied for an hour or two!
Baubles, Bangles, Bright Shiny Beads
If you are going for bling, then don’t hold back. Great ropes of thick tinsel, yards of fairylights, shiny baubles and a family of glow in the dark snowmen would combine nicely to make your conservatory the talk of the neighbourhood.
Your conservatory is a space that should be used all year round. Conservatories are extremely versatile rooms, so you can enjoy some magical moments there with your family this Christmas. If you’re thinking about getting a conservatory installed, call us on 01953 600505 or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.