How To Bring Your Conservatory Into The 21st Century

Keeping up with any sort of trends in life, whether in fashion, food, business etc. can be very difficult as they’re forever changing and trends in home interiors are no exception to that. One minute something is hot, and the next minute, it’s not!

The inside of your conservatory can certainly be categorised as a home interior. If it’s been quite a while since you shook up the look of your conservatory interior and it’s looking behind the times, it can easily be dragged into the 21st Century.

A transformation of your conservatory interior will get you excited about using the space again and make it super fashionable, but how do you achieve it?

Here are three methods of creating a trend-setting conservatory…

Spiced Honey

At the end of 2018, colour experts Dulux announced their ‘Colour of the Year’ for 2019 and it was ‘Spiced Honey’ that got their vote.

Chosen to “reflect the new positive mood of the moment”, Spiced Honey is a “warm amber tone, inspired by the beauty and versatility of honey itself.”

While there are no walls you can paint in a Spiced Honey colour, look out for soft furnishings (curtains, chair covers, throws, rugs and cushions) with a Spiced Honey shade that you can use to decorate the room.

Bi-Folding Doors / French Doors / Patio Doors

If there is a sufficient amount of wall space to accommodate a set of bi-folding doors, French doors or patio doors, add one of these stunning door solutions to the design.

They will enhance the kerb appeal of the conservatory and establishing a connecting route from the extension to your outdoor setting. When you’re fortunate enough to have the wall space needed to house a particularly wide door, a bi-folding door is a great option if you would like a door that offers an element of theatre each time you open and close it. You won’t be able to keep out of your garden.

Upgrade to a solid roof

When your conservatory is relatively old you may find that it doesn’t offer the standard of thermal efficiency required to ensure you can use the extension in all weathers. The roofing system will be to blame for this, but you can have it replaced and upgrade to a solid roof.

A solid roof will improve temperature control and put an end to the conservatory overheating in summer and feeling freezing cold in winter. It comes custom-made and the installation can be done really quickly. We’re not exaggerating when we say that the conservatory will feel brand new again.


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