Has your vision of an inviting, cosy retreat fizzled out over the years? Do you worry that your decor is dated or your colour scheme is bland? Well, worry no more! All it takes is a few small changes to transform your conservatory to the welcoming living area you always dreamed of…
When in doubt, choose white!
White is the perfect colour for your conservatory for many reasons. First, its simplicity. Your conservatory should be a space where you can come to unwind and relax; therefore, its clean, calming tone provides the perfect retreat. Second, white is timeless. Unlike “on-trend” colours, it is elegant, tasteful and will never fell dated.
White walls work best in naturally bright rooms, where the light coming is emphasised by bouncing all around. Therefore, it is the perfect colour for your conservatory! It will also make the room appear bright and airy, while creating the illusion of more space. But don’t overwhelm yourself with white! Create contrast with bursts of colour from cushions, throws or even a bunch of flowers.
The perfect growing space.
Speaking of flowers, nothing makes a conservatory more welcoming than a sweet smell of orchids and citrus plants, both of which thrive in conservatory conditions. Designed to let in natural light, conservatories are the perfect place to create a luxurious natural area. Indeed, studies have found that flowers help to reduce depression, anxiety and agitation, while also having long-term positive effects on an individual’s mood. Therefore, they are the perfect companion for any conservatory, creating a welcoming space for you to relax and unwind.
Don’t forget those homely touches!
Your conservatory is as much a part of your home as your lounge and kitchen. Therefore, don’t forget to include comforting and homely touches, such as floral wallpaper and textiles or family photos. You could even include some shelves or dressers to fill with books or games.
Remember, you want your conservatory to be a relaxing space, so opt for comfortable furniture, such as rattan or cane, rather than boxy, wooden furniture. In fact, Dovetail have a wide range of cane furniture for sale, including big brands such as Desser and Daro. Browse online or visit our Norwich showroom today!
We hope that our advice has proved invaluable.
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