A Guide to Conservatory Interior Design

After getting a brand new conservatory, you probably can’t wait to get stuck into decorating! With plenty of interior design trends out there, it can be difficult to decide what to go for and how to make the most of your space. As a conservatories company in Somerset, we have plenty of decorating ideas to make your inspiration come to life. Here is our handy guide to conservatory interior design:

Modern Conservatories

If you are looking to decorate your conservatory in Somerset, a modern interior design is a versatile option to go for. A neutral colour palette for the walls is a great option, popular colours being whites and greys. The minimalist ‘base’ colours provide you with plenty of opportunities to accessorise with pops of colour. Despite being playful with colour, a modern conservatory is usually minimalistic when it comes to accessories. Try mix and matching your colour palettes and add green foliage plants for a modern twist.

Traditional Conservatories

A traditional feel is a popular choice amongst Somerset conservatory designs. A traditional conservatory often features rattan or wicker sofa furniture as opposed to fabric. These materials have a natural feel that flows well into your garden. It is also lightweight and practical with an resistance to sunlight. This means furniture is less likely to fade during warm summers. The neutral ‘wooden’ colour palette of wicker furniture means that beige or cream walls are favourable. This helps to create a bright, airy feel in your Somerset conservatory.

Small Conservatories

If you have a relatively small conservatory, there are plenty of ways to maximise your space. Mirrors are a good way of adding a feature piece to conservatory walls, but also create an illusion of a larger space. Maximise space using nesting tables, which can be nicely tucked away when they aren’t needed. To elongate the walls in your conservatory, try using floor to ceiling curtains.

Staple Conservatory Accessories

When it comes to decorating conservatories in Somerset, accessories are a great way to jazz things up! If your conservatory has a wooden floor, choose a fluffy rug to add contrasting texture and make the floor look less ‘bare’. Green plants are perfect for bringing more of the outside in. Plants can add a focal point but also have calming, dust-reducing properties. Conservatories are designed to let in natural light, but you can keep it cosy at night with a statement standing floor lamp.

For more interior design inspiration and to learn more about our bespoke conservatories in Somerset, contact our friendly team on 01278 662298. Request a call back to discuss your conservatory project in Somerset!