8 Creative Interior Ideas for Your Conservatory

Georgian Conservatory


From Unloved Room to Heart of the Home

Your conservatory is more than an add-on to your home. With a little imagination, you can turn into whatever you want it to be!

 A conservatory is a wonderful addition to any home but sometimes, it’s a lot harder to turn it into a space that is as beautiful as well as functional! If you already have the basics such as bedrooms, a kitchen and a living room covered, it’s pretty difficult to think of what exact purpose your conservatory should serve.Well, that’s where our handy guide comes in! With our eight nifty interior ideas, your conservatory will go from a spare room to the hub of your home. So let’s get started!

A garden room

The environment in a bespoke conservatory is unlike any other space in the house — the levels of humidity will be a lot higher, along with the windows letting in a lot more natural light, not forgetting the way the temperature can change and vary massively, with intense periods of heat followed by a chilly air. You can use these unusual conditions to your advantage, growing specialist plants from all around the world. Plant these in bold, bright and eclectic pots for a unique look. Space saving solutions

If you want your conservatory to serve a number of different purposes, why not invest in some fold down furniture? That way, you have a room that goes from living space to office in a flash, or from a dining room to a spare bedroom. Perfect for a home-owner that is short on space, there’s no need to choose!

Frost on, frost off

If you want some privacy but don’t want to be stuck with opaque windows all of the time, then we have just the thing for you. The all new and rather sci-fi SONTE film allows users to change the glass from clear to frosted with the tap of a mobile phone screen. Yes, it may be a little out of reach for some – but we can all dream!

Cooking up a storm

If you spend a lot of time in the kitchen, why not take in a great view while you are cooking? Extending your kitchen into the conservatory means you can eat and prepare food bathed in natural light. Keep your oven and other bulky appliances in the main part of your kitchen to make the most of the space.

Feeling the burn

It’s no fun to exercise in a cramped spare room, so why not move your exercise equipment into the conservatory? All of the sunlight will lift your mood, making you more likely to exercise! So your conservatory can be good for your waistline as well as your mood.

Afternoon tea

If you are a fan of afternoon tea, why not turn your conservatory into a retro café? Accessories such as bunting, cake stands and gingham tablecloths will create the perfect environment for you to host your very own tea parties – perfect for impressing friends and family!

A relaxing soak

If you like the idea of a hot tub but don’t want to keep going outside to use it, why not turn your conservatory into your very own spa? Placing your hot tub indoors will ensure that you can use it comfortably all year round – just add some candles and relaxing music and you’re all set!

Lights, camera, action!

Our final idea is to use your conservatory as a home cinema – perfect for evenings all year round. Investing in a projector screen and a popcorn machine will make that experience even more authentic – just remember some blackout curtains for when you want to block out the light!

It’s time to enjoy your conservatory

Now that you know how to take your conservatory from zero to hero, there’s no need for it to be a wasted room any longer. Whether you use our ideas or come up with some of your own, as long as your conservatory is a space where the whole household loves to spend time, our work is done!


Author: Editor

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