How to Improve your Home with a Conservatory


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When it comes to your home, you’re always going to be spending time trying to get it all together. Because we all want to live in a house that we love don't we? Yet, it’s not always easy to know what you should do to keep things looking great - nor are you always that inspired. So it’s common to find that your house doesn’t overly look the way that you want it to.

If this is the case, you might want to start thinking outside the box and shaking up your interiors - especially with summer just around the corner now. To really reap the benefits of a bright and breezy home, then adding in a conservatory or orangery can help!

Why a Conservatory?
The idea here is to give yourself more space and more light. Of course some people can be against them (complaining that they’re too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter), but there are ways to work around that. Because when you get a sanctuary of a space with lots of light, it’s often worth while!

The Design
When it comes to getting the project underway, you’ll want to decide on the design. Do you want to go with a conservatory or more of an orangery design? Think about what kind of shape and space you want to work with, then also the sort of colour schemes that you want to go with here too.

The Build
You’ll want to think about finding the best companies to work with, and also a cost that you’re happy with (and can realistically afford!) too. A conservatory can be half the price, if not more, of an orangery, so keep that in mind. Then work out what kind of build and company will be best for your budget.

Finishing it Off
Next, you’re going to want to think about the finishing touches that you want to go with here. You’ll choose the design and the actual structural finishes when you’re going through the initial process, but there are extras to consider too. Have a think about shutters or fly screens (or both), as these can protect the space and also add to the design. Don't forget to go furniture shopping too, as this will really complete the room!

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