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We are all loving this great summer weather we have at the moment and now is a great time to fall in love with your home again. By installing a new garden room to your home you are creating a great functional living space where you can enjoy the summer and when the time comes the autumn and winter months too.
But let’s concentrate on how we can enjoy this summer in a new conservatory. Do you dream of creating a Mediterranean retreat or an extended alfresco dining area? Whatever you want from your new garden room it’s totally possible just like any other room in your home you can make the extension on the back of your home whatever you want in whatever style you prefer. With a little bit of imagination the skies the limit.
By choosing a conservatory that is installed with bi folding doors you immediately connect the garden with the home, the seamless thresholds allow the two areas to spill into each other, which opens up the conservatory area allowing you to enjoy the interior area as well as the patio or decking area when you open the doors. A veranda style conservatory is usually fitted with bi fold doors and is the newest style of conservatory on the market. The beauty of the Veranda conservatory is you are able to have all glass sides or enclose an end or both ends, so if there is an area in your garden you do not want to view from the conservatory it is very easy to have a brick/solid wall to obstruct the view.
Once you have decided on the style of conservatory you want then the interior magic can begin. Depending on the style you want created will depend on the accessories you choose for your new garden room. Here are a few styles you may want to create:
Colours can vary from using mustard yellows, terracotta, and whites these will help create the base layer to your new room. Then using olive plants, terracotta tiles/mosaic tiles, and pottery urns as accessories the feel of the Mediterranean will soon start creeping into the room. The use of wrought iron, wicker or wooden furniture with colourful and neutral soft furnishings within the conservatory create a faraway retreat.
Lighting is also an important aspect when creating your new living space, using lantern style lights from the ceiling and up lights on the walls will compliment this look.
Back in time Victorian style
In some rooms like dining rooms the Victorians used very dark colours on their walls which aren’t always that user friendly in today’s smaller homes, but in a conservatory where the room is flooded with naturally light it is possible to paint the interior walls in deep greens, reds and gold’s as the Victorians did. In other rooms they used lighter colours so depending on the look and feel you want to create you are able to go darker or lighter with the wall colouring. Stencilling and stippling was also very popular in the Victorian times so you may consider using these technics within the conservatory.
Flooring can vary from dark wood to using extensively patterned tiles; there are plenty of outlets out there that are supplying reproduction tiles for you to browse and consider when planning the flooring of the room.
Accessories to consider are chandleries, soft furnishings with flower patterns, and the use of antique furniture or shabby chic furniture both of these will work well.
We are able to supply wrought iron door and window fittings that will add the finishing touches to the Victorian conservatory.
Bang up to date Contemporary style
This style works really well within a conservatory due to the simply clean lines and the “less is more” look, this gives a fresh, clean, open functional living space.
Expansive glass windows and open plan living are the key characteristics to creating a contemporary conservatory. The use of neutral, black and white colours are key tones within the room adding texture with the use of fabrics and materials like jute, linen, wicker, wood and aluminium.
With a contemporary style room the lighting options are endless from modern down lights, chrome spot lights; elaborate chandleries to very simple lamps all suitable in this modern garden room.
Finish this look by fitting contemporary conservatory blinds, protecting the room from the sun and giving privacy in the evenings.
Don’t forget that plants thrive in a conservatory and whatever style you choose adding plants to the design scheme with compliment the final look.
These are just a few ideas of styles you may consider for your new garden room if you wish to discuss a conservatory build and your interior ideas our sales team are experienced in both these areas and are able to advise you and help you make a decision on what style would best suit your needs and importantly your property.
Now is a great time to buy a new double glazed PVC conservatory. Home owners want to enjoy their gardens and make the most of this great weather. So whatever style you choose owning a new PVC conservatory will add value to your home and life style and we have a wide range of conservatory styles to choose from, giving you a blank canvas to create whatever style living space you want.
Ways to contact us
• Phone 01789 720222
• Email firstname.lastname@example.org
• Website www.priorproducts.co.uk
• Show room Stratford Garden Centre, Clifford Chambers, Nr Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 8LW