Conservatories are made to allow as much natural light as possible to the inside space, which is why they work well used as garden rooms or orangeries for the greener thumbed among us. On the other hand, this room is used as a place to relax and socialise with friends and family. This room can be challenging to decorate, below we have listed some of the trends or ways we have seen them be decorated and loved.
Décor styles and ideas
Due to the most modern conservatory’s having glass roof and walls this is the main feature and focal point in the room. Do you go with wallpaper or paint? Blinds or curtains? These decisions can be very hard to make but luckily, we are on hand to help you decorate your conservatory in the perfect way.
The colours that are mainly used in contemporary conservatory design is mainly where you see the much more neutral colours with blacks and whites and the most recent colour everyone is reaching for is grey. This design style describes less is more in the perfect way sometimes adopting the minimalist approach is the best route to go down. Which features some ornaments and accessories and blocks of colour.
The greenhouse effect of the glass makes conservatoires the perfect place to relax and unwind as you look out into your garden. Wooden and woven furniture looks great in this style of conservatory and just tops off the traditional look and feel. Rattan furniture also looks really great and helps bring that outside feel indoors. The furniture is complemented by a neutral colour scheme of beige and creams to help create that light, bright and airy feel. The look of potted plants also looks really nice in this style of conservatory.
English country house
This is a cosy space with wooden furniture and floral prints. This old fashioned but still trendy design incorporates the cottage style feel to the conservatory. Think about floral prints and base your palette on colours from an English garden such as soft and blush pinks, featuring wallpaper with floral prints and plants in the corners of the room.
Small conservatory décor ideas
If you have a small conservatory don’t worry you can still make great use of this space by adding some framed art perhaps, if you either love artwork or have lots of family photos to hang up then try placing and hanging these higher up than normal. Doing this will naturally draw people’s eyes upwards and then this will make the room feel bigger and add the effect of a higher ceiling.
Floor to ceiling curtains is a great option to elongate the room and make it seem a lot taller and more spacious than it actually is. These not only act as insulation when its chilly outside it can also add a bit of colour or pattern to a more plain and simple conservatory.
Introducing mirrors will 100% make the conservatory feel bigger they are filled with windows and the glory of adding mirrors is that the light will bounce off of the mirrors, therefore, giving the room a much bigger feel and creating the illusion of much more space.
We hope that you have enjoyed reading our blog and it has helped you design your conservatory. If you do have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch on 01604 945 540 or head over to our website for more information.