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The Modern Colour Palette for Your Conservatory

Posted: Thursday, 29 June 2017 @ 12:04

Maybe you’ve just built your conservatory. Or perhaps it’s been around for a while—or you’ve just purchased a home with one.  In any case, giving it a colour palette makeover can grant you the space to entertain, get away from it all, or pursue your hobbies that you’ve always wanted.  Here are a few of our most inspiring modern interior design ideas for your conservatory.

Bring the outdoors in

One of the most appealing things about having a conservatory is the feeling of being outdoors—without having to be. There’s no reason not to celebrate this delightful aspect of conservatory living with a modern colour palette designed around it! By incorporating house plants and foliage themed décor around a green-centric palette, you’ll create a garden getaway.  And remember, not all greens are alike. A bright kelly green might be more suited to a bold personality, while a subdued sage can create a peaceful palette for relaxation—but both bring the outdoors in.

Cool metallic and floral themes

The idea of flower power might bring to mind cringe inducing rusty oranges and avocado offset by blaring pinks, but that’s not what your floral themed conservatory need embrace.  Cool, subdued metallic hues, like brushed silver and antique, creamy golds, paired with pastel florals create an eminently modern look while still being bright, cosy, and aesthetically pleasing.  Don’t overdo your floral motifs by making them all match.  To make your look as modern as possible, choose a few contrasting design types—some simple and straightforward, others more ornate—to give your conservatory a feeling of understated elegance.

Go natural

If green isn’t your colour and you don’t care for blossoms and blooms, you can still give your conservatory a very modern feel by opting for natural earth tones. Warm tans, sun-faded terra cottas, and dark, rich wood trim channel the natural feel that many conservatory owners are seeking while remaining subtle. This colour palette is also a great option if you favour bold accessories.  It can provide a beautiful backdrop for an ambitious sculpture or bright painting, without allowing your interior to be overpowering.

Everybody gets the blues

Blue is well known to be a soothing and relaxing hue, so what better choice for your conservatory? We recommend mixing and matching different tones for the most modern look, and pairing your blues with natural wood and/or white accessories.

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