As the new year is upon us, now would be the perfect time to refresh your conservatory. From simple decorative changes to new design work, there are plenty of ways to update and alter different elements of your existing space. Be inspired by our transformation techniques, all of which can work well with conservatories, orangeries and garden rooms…
Furniture – If you’re working with limited space or are looking to create a minimalistic feel in your conservatory, it’s worth investing in garden furniture that blends into your surroundings. This will create an indoor/outdoor aesthetic, allowing the inside areas to suit your garden.
Positioning – Something as simple as relocating your furniture could have a surprisingly dramatic effect on both traditional and bespoke aluminium conservatories alike. Try facing a comfy armchair towards the best view, it will give you a whole new perspective when you’re relaxing.
Colour – Adding a feature wall with bright, fresh colours can transfer any room. Use greens to highlight the natural aspects of your orangery or conservatory, then match accessories such as blinds with the same colour.
Materials – Why not choose a sunny spot at the end of your conservatory and transform it with wicker furniture. Using natural looking furniture will tie in both the indoors and outdoors nicely.
Make it social – A small table and chairs could completely change the room’s approach. Choose simple, contemporary designs that you can accessorise with colour. It’s all about creating a welcoming space that people can congregate in.
Plants – A new display of plants, pots and garden features will add a huge sense of character to your conservatory.
Mirrors – Place a large mirror on the wall in your conservatory, it will instantly make the space feel lighter, brighter and wider!
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