Spring has finally sprung, which means you can once again start spending more time in the conservatory. Whatever you utilise the space as – whether an extra reception room, a dining room or a greenhouse for your plants, now is the best time to spruce up the conservatory ready for those longer, lighter days.
So how can you get the most out your conservatory this season? Take a look at these top interior design tips to help you with the transition from winter to spring.
Take on the garden
One of the best advantages of a conservatory is being able to enjoy beautiful garden views while staying nice and warm indoors. Spring brings blossom and more wildlife in your gardens, but it can still be rather chilly, so it’s not quite the weather for sitting outside all afternoon. With a Prior Products conservatory which lets in the light, you can sit in comfort while still feeling like you’re enjoying the spring days.
However, your garden has probably been neglected over the winter period – which means it’s time for some garden maintenance. Remove dead plants and foliage and replace with fresh buds – there’s nothing like some planting to get you in the mood for summer. You can also keep some outdoor plants in the conservatory until it is warm enough for them to be planted in the garden. Now is also the perfect time to plant some new hanging baskets to hang on the exterior of the conservatory. You could also put out some bird feed and a bird bath to attract birdlife into your garden. This will make sure you have the loveliest view from your big conservatory windows.
You don’t have to make any drastic changes to give the impression of a seasonal makeover. Simply swapping accessories and decorative items such as cushions, curtains and rugs can make a huge impact. Spring is all about fresh colours to breathe life into your interiors – think lemon and greens, and floral prints. Any pastel colours are a good choice for this time of year and will make your conservatory much more inviting.
If you have some extra cash to spend on some new furniture, this can really change the feel of a room. Whether it’s a coffee table or a desk and chairs, go for light colours such as white or grey, or a rustic wood effect.
Enjoy this wonderful time of year in your conservatory.