Style a Conservatory
Think about how you’re going to use the space
The way you choose to style your conservatory will really depend on how you plan to use it when it’s complete.
In most cases, this will be a choice between having an extra living space or a dining area. However, as your conservatory is a blank canvas, you can get as creative as you like, transforming your new room into anything that you want it to be.
Keep it light and bright
One of the main advantages of a conservatory is that it is light and bright no matter what the weather is doing outside, and for many homeowners it’s important to keep this airy feel as they style the space.
The easiest way to achieve this is to use lighter paint shades on your walls and light tones in your accessories and soft furnishings. Natural colours work especially well as they create a neutral background while helping to make the space feel warm and welcoming.
Floral fabrics and details can also look great in conservatories as they help to bring the outside in and make your garden feel like part of your home.
Adding a personal touch
In order to make your new conservatory really feel like part of your home, you need at add a few personal touches to the space.
However, remember to place any photos, ornaments or other objects carefully in the space to avoid making the room look cluttered or messy.
Create the perfect ambience
If you’re going to be using your conservatory for entertaining, you need to put some thought into how you’re going to create a great atmosphere in the space.
The easiest way to do this is with lighting and music, so try to incorporate both when styling your space.