Colourful Dining Room
Your conservatory might be white, but that shouldn’t stop you creating a vibrant colourful dining room. Be bold and splash out with colourful accessories and perhaps a feature wall. Use a flamboyant centrepiece as the focal point.
Quaint Tea Room
Taking afternoon tea is very English past time and is becoming a popular past time again in the UK with many girls opting to take afternoon tea with their friends to celebrate birthdays, hen parties and other celebrations. So why not create your very own tea parlour in your conservatory!
Enjoy the extra light a conservatory can bring into a kitchen and benefit from the additional seating area for dining and entertaining. A more open plan style kitchen will encourage the family to congregate and spend time together and at the same time you will be able to enjoy the views into the garden.
Open Plan Living
More and more homeowners want the open plan living space and a conservatory is a great way to achieve this. Seamless join the living room with a new conservatory by using the same flooring, wooden flooring works well as it is warm and natural looking.
A new conservatory is a great place to create a snug, with a wood burning stove, a few comfy arm chairs and a TV this is the perfect place to spend time either watching TV or reading. Fitted with blinds to provide privacy and protection from the daylight, this area of the house will soon be as popular as the sitting room.
The natural day light makes a conservatory an ideal place to use as a utility room, it also enables you to get organised and fit units for additional storage.
A lean to conservatory is ideal for a kitchen extension the simple roof design and bi-folding doors makes this a great place for parties and day to day living.
Create a seating and dining area providing the conservatory is large enough. Use one end of the conservatory as the dining area with a table and chairs and at the other end of the room place a small sofa or a pair of easy chairs. This will enable you to get the most out of this space.
Today’s modern conservatories are built to be used all year round so this makes them perfect for a child’s playroom. Take advantage of being able to watch the children play whilst either relaxing in the lounge or using the kitchen. As the children grow let the room evolve and use it as a games/family room.
Many people now work from home or need a study. Conservatories can easily be dressed and furnished to be used as a work space. With an easy chair tucked in the corner of the office, at the end of the working day one can immediately sit back and enjoy the views in the garden, whilst the rest of us endure the commute home!
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