If you’re thinking of installing a new conservatory or looking to upgrade your existing one, deciding how you want to use it and how it will look, can be the most exciting and challenging part.
Making those decisions all depends on your lifestyle and the space you have. At Trade Windows in Derby we work on lots of exciting conservatory projects and often help people to decide how to use and decorate theirs.
Whether it’s someone wanting to add extra space to create an open plan kitchen, a space for the children to play, or just for a place to chill, we’ve helped lots of customers to get the best conservatory design.
We find that traditional style conservatories are still really popular, but there are other options to go for too.
We’ve put a selection of conservatories below. They look so good when our customers have decorated and laid out them out. Hopefully this will inspire you to find the right design and furniture for yours.
A Bit of Class, With Less Glass
This first one isn’t actually a conservatory. If you’re looking to add space to your home, you may even want to think about going for an orangery. Not all that different to conservatories, orangeries are becoming more and more popular with homeowners.
They don’t look all that different to conservatories but they have a lot less glass in most cases and are usually topped off with a roof lantern or skylight. With more wall space in an orangery, you can make it feel more like an extra room on your house that you can use as a dining room, extension to your kitchen or as a room to chill.
We love how homeowners have decorated the one above so it looks very modern.
Bright and Relaxing
If you want your conservatory to be somewhere you can relax, then making sure it’s uncluttered, bright and airy should be at the top of your design list. Go for plenty of glass that lets lots of light in, with windows and doors to let fresh air flow easily.
We love the conservatory above we worked on in Selston, Nottinghamshire. The owners wanted a sunroom that simply served as a place to unwind and enjoy free time. The two sets of patio doors not only allow more air to fill the room but also help to connect the garden to the home. Try adding a few plants inside to help the room breathe too.
A Comfortable Living Space
Are you a little fed up with the other half always hogging the TV remote? Well your conservatory can work really well as an extra living room, if you want somewhere to watch your favourite soap, film or football match.
In the conservatory pictured above in Alvaston, Trade Windows built a double conservatory. The first of the two rooms, which is a little larger and connected to the house, serves as an additional lounge. With a corner sofa, a chair, TV and rugs, the owners have made it a really comfortable spot, to sit back and enjoy a bit of telly.
The smaller part of the conservatory serves as a space to relax and enjoy the garden. If you want a multipurpose conservatory, think about having two new spaces, in one.
Talk to Trade Windows
If you’d like to find even more ideas for your conservatory or orangery, call Trade Windows on 01332 755551 to book an appointment.