With the coldness of winter withering away, the days are longer and sunnier. So, this is the perfect time to start considering adding a conservatory to your home. It may be that you’ve been thinking about it for a while, or perhaps it’s something that you hadn’t given much thought to before. However, to help with your decision, here are a few of the benefits of adding a conservatory to your home. Continue reading
Space or lack of it is a common problem for many people. Perhaps your family is growing or you need space for a home office or a guest bedroom. Moving house is the obvious choice to solve this age old problem, but before you rush out and put your house on the market, why not consider creating space with a beautiful conservatory?
Technological advancements have enabled increasing numbers of professionals to work from home. However, for some people, space can be very much at a premium. Those with young families may already have jam-packed bedrooms with no box room available to transform into a home office.
So, what’s the solution? Well, if you’re fortunate enough to have a conservatory attached to your property, you could actually transform this into your home office instead!
You’ve made the decision to build a new conservatory, adding value and space to your property. But how will you decorate your new indoor/outdoor room? Here are five interior design ideas to help you make the best of the space.
If you are hoping to add a conservatory to your home in 2017, this could be one of the best choices you make to your home this year. Many believe that a conservatory is only appropriate to use during the summer months, however, with the correct roofing for maximum insulation, conservatories can be used all year round to create an extra living space.
A conservatory is a useful and popular addition to many homes, providing extra space and a connection between the house and the garden. However, some people struggle to get the most out of their conservatories. So here are a few ways to improve yours and enjoy it all year round.
For many people, sticking a white UPVC conservatory on a beautiful period property is nothing short of travesty, however it’s the cheapest and easiest way to increase the living space of your home. If you’re either hoping to adapt an existing conservatory to make it more in keeping with your property, or you’re at the beginning of your journey of getting a conservatory fitted, then read on for how to make it more in keeping with your period design.
If your new year’s resolution is to declutter your home and create a sense of open plan space, then you may be considering an extension to your property. Adding an extension offers useful and flexible space but can be a huge undertaking in terms of time, money and disruption to everyday living. If it’s extra living, rather than sleeping space, you need, then a conservatory is the answer.
Making your home more energy efficient has numerous boons to recommend it. Eco-friendly and cost efficient, it’s good for the environment and good for your pocket, and those are two major selling points in and of themselves.
Your conservatory is one area where it’s easy to cut down. A buffer against the weather, they tend to stay a few degrees warmer than the outside temperature without any effort on your part, making them a pleasant place to sit even in the depths of winter.
Home improvements can be really exciting to plan out. The thought of extra space, a new area to decorate, a colour scheme to choose and décor to select will make you feel like a child at Christmas, but sometimes it can a little bit confusing too.
There are so many things to think about that you can find yourself getting bogged down or not knowing what to do for the best, and when it comes to selecting a style for your new conservatory, a lot of people struggle to make up their minds.