Conservatories aren’t used as much as they such be, people tend to use them as a storage room or a place to dry their washing. A conservatory should be a place to enjoy guests and appreciate the view of the garden with an excess of natural light. If you have a conservatory you should decorate it to a standard that makes you want to use it. Here is a guide to how you can revamp your conservatory and really appreciate the space.
The Interior Traditional conservatory furniture isn’t something everyone loves, and if you don’t, get rid of it. Conservatory furniture doesn’t have to be rattan with a crazy pattern on it, start to look at the conservatory like the living room, buy some comfortable homely furniture you will want to use.
You could also add a T.V. to the room, make it a second option to watch movies without arguing over what to watch. You can test all sorts of ideas in the conservatory, decorating it with low bookshelves, warm wooden furniture or maybe even have it setup for family board games.
Frame the Space One reason people don’t use their conservatories often is the lighting, they can be too bright at times. When you’re watching a movie, you want the lighting to be less intense and warmer, so looking at wooden blinds will help to filter out any unneeded light.
Regular blinds can still let in a lot of indirect sunlight and curtains aren’t suitable for a conservatory, have a look at blind technique for some ideas to truly control the light in the conservatory. Make it Personal Picking a theme will really help you to love a room and want to use it, having a vintage, monochrome or tropical themes are all current trends to bring the room to life.
Adding some unusual plants and family photos will help you take care of the more and make it homely. Finally adding some unique scents to the room always adds extra love to it, try some scented candles or diffusers for extra life in your new-born conservatory.