5 Uses for Your Conservatory
Conservatories can add much needed space to your house, but they can also be transformed into a much needed second space.
Your conservatory as a dining room – Stray from traditional dining rooms and turn your conservatory into a light and airy place to eat. Adding on to your house could mean you could fit a bigger dining table or have more room to add a display unit.
Your conservatory as a bar – Always wanted entertaining space but didn’t have a spare room? Turn your conservatory into a trendy hangout for family and friends by adding a bar and decorating in a fun way. Add curtains, mood lighting, and bold patterns to take your space from day to night entertaining.
Your conservatory as a play room – Sick of toys and games strewn all over the house? Confine them to your conservatory so there is no more tripping over your children’s possessions! Create an art corner, toss around some bean bags, the possibilities are endless for a fun play room.
Your conservatory as a home office – Instead of having a small desk shoved into a corner, spread out in your conservatory and have all the space you need. Add a nice big desk, bookcases and a rug to keep it warm and homey, and enjoy all that natural light while you get to work.
Your conservatory as an art studio – Are you an artist? If so you know how easy it is for all your supplies to quickly take over every surface of your home. Having everything in one place and some great natural light to work in sounds like a dream.
Convinced that a conservatory would be a great addition to your home? Contact us to discuss your requirements and for a no obligation quote.