6 Ways To Use Your Conservatory

When it comes to deciding how to use your new conservatory, there are many ways you can utilise your space. If you have opted for a conservatory to extend your space without forking out for a brick extension, you probably already have some idea how you’re going to use your space. However, for those who are still unsure how to use their new conservatory, here are 6 ways you can make the most out of yours

An extra bedroom

Though not an obvious choice, an extra bedroom is an ideal way to make the best use out of your conservatory. Conservatories are separate from the main house, making them more private than other rooms, and by purchasing a sofa bed that can be easily folded away then your conservatory extension needn’t be a bedroom full-time. Using your new space as a bedroom requires additional planning when it comes to security and furnishings. So, you may need to consider blinds or curtains and heating to make sure your guests have a comfortable stay.

Games room or playroom

Conservatories make great play areas for all the family, kids and big kids alike! Whether that means playing a board game with friends, somewhere for your teenager to kick back in, or giving your kids freedom to roam and play, our Somerset conservatory designs can turn your conservatory into the most useful room in the house. Away from your main living space, this room is completely separate providing more privacy. It is also a great place to store toys and games, out of sight and out of mind.

Dinner party dining

Not everyone is fortunate enough to have a separate dining room and many people opt for open-plan kitchen-diners. By installing a conservatory extension, you can achieve an incredibly useful living space perfect for hosting friends and family on special occasions. An extending table or folding table will also give you the option to use the space as more than a dining room too.

Greenhouse for growing plants

Conservatories can be the perfect environment for growing all kinds of plants, flowers, fruit, and vegetables. If you’re looking for a place where you can flex your green thumb, your conservatory could be the answer. Whether you’re looking to surround yourself with tropical plants or simply don’t have a greenhouse and want to try your hand at growing tomatoes or strawberries, your new conservatory is your opportunity to do so.

Light and airy home office

For those working from home who don’t have a designated space to work in, a new conservatory design can offer the perfect solution. Get the extra space you need without having to spend as much as you would on a brick extension. When using a conservatory as a home office, you may need to think about blinds and heating. With lots of windows, light floods in which could make it difficult to see your computer screen. Being primarily glass, temperatures can also drop in colder months.

Relaxing second lounge

Last but certainly not least, simply use your conservatory as a room for relaxing in. Conservatories bring the outside in with windows that wrap around all the exterior walls. Fill your space with all your favourite items and comfy furniture, and then sit back with a good book looking out onto your garden. Warm in the summer, throw open your doors, and enjoy the very best of your new conservatory. And don’t stop there! Adding a heating source will mean you can make the most of your space any time of year.

If you’re looking for a bespoke conservatories company in Taunton, Somerset, contact us today. We offer a 10-year guarantee on all our conservatories and a 20-year guarantee on all glass and glazing. Get in touch by calling 01278 662298 or send us an email at sales@notarowindows.com.