Update Your Conservatory

 When extending your home, it can add extra space, extra value and more importantly, a place for you to enjoy. Conservatories are an extension to homes that many …

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 When extending your home, it can add extra space, extra value and more importantly, a place for you to enjoy.

Conservatories are an extension to homes that many people enjoy because they not only allow more light to enter the home, but they have the ability to put you outside into the garden yet maintain heat, comfort and homeliness.

But, whether you are moving into a new home with a conservatory or you have juts had your own one for a while now, they can often need a bit of updating. If you’re looking to give your conservatory a new lease of life, here are some tips to help you get a quick and effective style update.

Seat of approval

Seating is a must in a conservatory so it has to be a relaxing spot where you can enjoy the garden and let the hours fly by. A wooden, wicker or rope-type chair will fit wonderfully among the greenery of your garden and botanical plants. Natural colours are perfect for any décor too and fit perfectly within the green back-drop of your garden.

Start from the bottom

Flooring is essential throughout the home and the conservatory is no different. Carpet isn’t the most ideal for a conservatory though as it can sometimes get damp, so it is better to invest in floor tiling. Conservatory floor tiles give the space a luxury feel and can be easily cleaned so those people coming in from the garden won’t ruin the floor if they happen to bring in some mud with them.

Add furnishings

To finish the room off, you should add ornaments and plants to any surface you may have spare. This not only adds a bit of colour to the neutral colours of the décor but it also breathes a bit of freshness into the space. Ornaments are great for focusing people’s attention on something other than the outdoors. This is an advantage if you are currently in the process of updating your garden too. 

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