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Ways to make the most of your conservatory

For many people, a conservatory is a dream addition to their home – a light and airy space, perfect for enjoying their gardens. A much-needed extra space in the house. And if you’ve had a conservatory built you’ll know the hassle and cost you have to go through. By the time you’ve got planning permission and had it build, many hours will have been lost and a good portion of funds will have been drained.

Can you honestly say that you are getting the most out of your conservatory for the time and money you spent on it?

1. Add flora

This will help to bridge the gap between outdoors and indoors, add a splash of colour and give a nice flow from your garden to your conservatory. You could even look at having some herb planters in your conservatory, meaning you’ll never be short of thyme to cook.

2. Add a colour theme

Your conservatory will be light and airy during the daytime, that’s a given. But if you want to enjoy your conservatory during the evenings you need to consider lighting. Speak to any interior designer and they will tell you that lighting can be the difference between a good space, and an amazing space. Harsh, downward spacing spotlights are not always the best way of lighting a room. Think about strategically placed lamps to add a warmer feel to the room. LED strips could also be used to add a professional atmospheric feel to the room. Also, we love the look that a LED Corner Floor Lamp gives.

3. Lighting is key

Your conservatory will be light and airy during the daytime, that’s a given. But if you want to enjoy your conservatory during the evenings you need to consider lighting. Speak to any interior designer and they will tell you that lighting can be the difference between a good space, and an amazing space. Harsh, downward spacing spotlights are not always the best way of lighting a room. Think about strategically placed lamps to add a warmer feel to the room. LED strips could also be used to add a professional atmospheric feel to the room. Also, we love the look that a LED Corner Floor Lamp gives.

4. Pick a purpose

Rather than your conservatory doubling up as effectively a second sitting area, why not use the space for a specific purpose? With more and more people working from home you could look to turn your conservatory into home office, let’s be honest, none of us have been to the gym in a while, or the local for that reason. So why not turn your conservatory into a gym, or a bar?

5. Insulate your conservatory roof

During the winter months conservatories can be famously cold and hard to heat, not to mention the noise from rain or hail can be overwhelming. And, in summer they trap heat like a greenhouse, making them uncomfortable to sit in. You’ll be relieved to hear that the answer to these problems I quite straightforward. Your roof.

You could choose to have your roof replaced, but that can be costly and means getting building regulations involved again. For a more cost-effective solution, that can be fitted in a day, and retains 95% of heat you may find conservatory roof insulation a good option.

Our 365 insulation system is designed to help you get the best out of your conservatory 365 days a year. Keeping it warmer in the winter, and cooler in the summer, as well as reducing the noise from bad weather and keeping those harmful UV rays from causing fading in your furniture. Make the most out of your conservatory. To find out more information about us, and our 365 insulation system, click here

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