However, come winter, you may find yourself using the room less often due to a drop in temperature.
Nowadays, conservatories are much more thermally efficient and often serve as a seamless extension to the main part of your home.
But if your conservatory wasn’t a recent investment, you may find that at this time of year, it’s unbearably cold.
You needn’t lose your conservatory to the harsh winter weather. Here are a few small things you can do that will help turn your conservatory into the cosiest spot in the house this winter.
Winterise your decor
The addition of cosy blankets, soft pillows and scented candles will make your conservatory far more inviting. Opting for deep, rich tones such as red and burnt orange will instantly warm up the room. It could even be the perfect place to have your Christmas tree!
Fit some blinds
The use of blinds can be highly effective for retaining heat in your conservatory. As so much of the room is made of glass, heat can easily escape. Not only will a new set of blinds add an insulating layer of warmth during the winter months, but they will also prevent your conservatory getting too warm throughout summer.
Invest in a solid roof
If you really want to make a huge impact to your conservatory, a solid tiled roof would be the perfect solution. As heat rises, it can easily escape through a non-insulated roof. Replacing your existing conservatory roof with a solid tiled roof is a great way to make the space more thermally efficient.
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