Top 5 tips and tricks to bring life to your conservatory

February 1, 2018

Despite your best efforts, there is going to be a chance that sometimes your conservatory will look tired and worn out. After all, if you love your conservatory and design it just the way you like, then you are going to want to use it as much as you can.

Rather than resign yourself to a room that is looking past its best, there are a variety of simple ways that you can breathe some new life into your conservatory and get it somewhere close to its best. To help to inspire you to try them out for yourself, we have put together the top 5 tips and tricks which will help you to add life to your conservatory. *This is a collaborative post*


Choose some new conservatory furniture


Conservatory furniture is one of the easiest ways that you can bring a new lease of life into the space. Not only is it incredibly budget-friendly in the most part, but it also comes in a variety of different designs, which means that with minimal effort, you can create a space that you are not going to be proud of, but that looks refreshed and renewed too.  Best of all, you will know what type of furniture that is going to work best for you, if you have found that your conservatory has become somewhat of a family hang out, then embrace that with large sofas or chairs. However, you may also find that the time has come to transform it into a dining room instead, which means that you are going to want to find a new dining table and chairs.


Opt for a solid roof


One of the main bugbears for those with a conservatory is that during the summer months it can become incredibly hot, almost unbearably so. This means that if you want to give some life to your conservatory, then you might want to install a solid roof. Not only do these look great, but they are able to help the interior of conservatory stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Which means that it can be transformed into a year-round space, rather than one that you can use every now and then.

Get green


Another great way that you can transform your conservatory and make sure that it looks new and reinvented is to add a touch of greenery. Bringing the outdoors in means that you are creating some kind of coordination between the garden and your conservatory, and best of all it is really easy to do too. All you need is some potted plants or flowers, which you can then dot around the space and bring colour and texture to the room as a whole. Best of all, plants are known to improve the air quality too, which means that your conservatory will not only look better but that you will be able to breathe deeply too.


Give it a good clean


Sometimes all your conservatory needs is a good clean and tidy up. In fact, you may be surprised to discover just how much a simple decluttering can do. Book in an entire day to spend cleaning and tidying and you will be able to step back and take in your handiwork. Not only does a good clean bring your conservatory back to life but it also allows you to think about the setup and layout of the space too, meaning that you may decide to completely reinvent it and move around all the furniture.


Think about those finishing touches


It is all too common for people to simply decorate and furnish their conservatory and then think it is done. But the truth is that the finishing touches can be incredibly important too. Cushions, rugs, curtains, blinds even the wall art and decorations that you pick, all of these small items have an impact on the end result. Best of all, when it comes to reinventing and redesigning a space, these smaller items often come with a smaller price tag, which means that you can refresh your conservatory without having to blow your budget.

So, as you can see, there are a number of ways that you can redesign and reinvest your conservatory. Some of them are larger and will require effort and money, however, some are smaller and can be done with ease. The thing to think about is what you prefer and how you want to change things up, and in no time at all, you will have a conservatory that has a new lease of life.

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