Conservatories are a great way to add space and value to your home. Our uPVC conservatories look amazing both inside and out. As a specialist installer of conservatories in Somerset, we know that everyone’s needs are different. This is especially true when it comes to decorating a conservatory. When we install our uPVC conservatories in Somerset, a question we get asked a lot is ‘What is the best way to decorate?’. The interior design of a uPVC conservatory is going to be different from many other rooms in the house, but there are lots of ways to achieve your desired aesthetic. All of our uPVC conservatories come with fantastic insulation, which means you’re able to design a conservatory you will use all year round, rather than just in summer. Discover some of our top tips for decorating your conservatory.
1. Use plants to create an outdoor aesthetic
One of the best features of a uPVC conservatory is that it blurs the line between the interior and exterior of a house. Garden rooms and orangeries are a great way of connecting with nature, especially on days when you can’t go outside. Another benefit of conservatories is the abundance of natural light you get in the room, plants love the sunlight and temperature of a conservatory so will easily thrive in this environment. Our uPVC conservatories in Somerset look fantastic with a trailing plant coming down from the ceiling or a potted plant, such as a monstera, in the corner. Choosing plants with interesting leaf shapes in a variety of colours adds texture and interest to any space.
2. Make it an extension of an existing room
Although conservatories use different materials from the rest of a house, you can still style your interior design the exact same way. Our specialist Somerset conservatory design means that they stay cool in summer and warm in winter. This makes it the perfect space for a living or dining room that is functional all year round. You could also use the same flooring throughout your downstairs space to create cohesion and make your uPVC conservatory feel like it is part of the house design rather than an addition.
3. Create a relaxing space with the right furniture
There is no better feeling than relaxing in your conservatory on a warm sunny day. You want your conservatory to look amazing but also to be a great place to relax on your own or with family and friends. A comfy armchair or sofa makes a great addition to any uPVC conservatory. Combine this with a multimedia system and you have the perfect conservatory lounge.
4. Control the light with fitted blinds
The main benefit of a conservatory is the amount of natural light you get throughout the day. However, it is important that you can control and filter the light throughout the day as you please. When installing conservatories in Somerset why not consider using fitted blinds? Fitted blinds are a great way of avoiding direct sunlight in your uPVC conservatory and can be made bespoke to your space.
If you’re interested in a uPVC conservatory, then get in contact with us at Notaro Windows. We are a specialist conservatories company in Somerset. We have over 55 years of experience designing and installing conservatories in Somerset. Get in touch with us today by calling 01278 662298.