You’ve made the decision to build a new conservatory, adding value and space to your property. But how will you decorate your new indoor/outdoor room? Here are five interior design ideas to help you make the best of the space.
The Garden Office
Rather than a desk, choose a rustic work table and accessorise with garden inspired wicker baskets for storage. Add masses of beautiful conservatory plants – proven to have a positive impact on creativity and productivity – and add cushions in bold, contemporary floral and botanical prints for a bright, airy and welcoming office.
Create a French Country Dining Room
Paint brick walls white and add traditional blue and white enamelled French signs for wall art. Paint table and chairs with white chalk paint and add blue and white cushions for a fresh feel. A blue and white checked cloth, candles in jam jars and posies of wild flowers in enamel jugs completes the chic and informal feel.
Relax in Hothouse Glamour
Most of us opt for rattan furniture for the conservatory, but you can spice up the look and feel by adding scatter cushions in tropical orchid shades of orange, pink, purple and green. Add blinds in complementary colours and patterns but don’t be too matchy-matchy – this look works best with plenty of bold patterns and hot tropical colours. Keep it grounded with plenty of greenery and a muted green or cream for the larger sofa cushions.
Go Retro with Statement Furniture
An Eames lounge chair, a Le Corbusier Lounger or an Arnie Jacobsen egg chair – each one is a design classic and would look fabulous as the highlight of a sleek, white, minimalist conservatory.
Bring the Outdoors Inside
A wooden swing seat, baskets of flowers, casual throws and cushions in muted pastels and cottage florals plus a wood burner equals a place to curl up and read a good book even on the chilliest winter day.
If we’ve inspired you with these ideas and you think your conservatory needs a facelift, have you considered solid conservatory roofs as a way of making your garden room beautiful again? At Sentinel Solid Roof, we specialise in solid roof conservatories so contact us and we’ll be happy to discuss your requirements.