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What Are The Best Ways To Decorate A Conservatory?

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Have you ever flicked through interior design magazines and found yourself comparing your conservatory to the glorious ones in the pictures? 

Or perhaps you’ve been trying to find inspiration online and just ended up being overwhelmed with breath-taking designs that look impossible to recreate…

Comparing your conservatory to perfectly staged conservatories is great for inspiration but can leave you feeling a touch out of your depth. Those conservatories in magazines look completely out of reach, but they could be a lot easier to achieve than you might think.

Tired of searching for ‘what are the best ways to decorate the inside of my conservatory?’ and want to see your design ideas brought to life instead? Here’s what to do…

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With conservatory roof insulation installed you’ll be able to use your conservatory during the summer and winter without worry, issues like condensation will be reduced and you’ll start saving energy in your conservatory rather than burning through it

1)    Start with a Blank Canvas 

First things first, before you get stuck into design, you need an empty room to work with. All that furniture and storage is only going to distract you from getting a good idea of the space that you have to work with.

Once everything is out of the room, you’ll be able to get your first glimpse of the full expanse of space, where the lighting is best, where it may need improvement and where you may need to make any repairs.

2)    Fix the Essentials First 

As soon as you’re familiar with your full conservatory space, you can start thinking about the absolute essentials. For the perfect conservatory environment, getting rid of that sun glare, regulating the temperature in the room and creating a focal feature are all good starting points.

These essentials can easily be achieved with under-roof insulation, which is a multi-material layer of insulation that is tucked behind a roof covering. This insulation will work in the background to prevent a large amount of heat loss and stop heat gain.

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Don’t worry if picking out colours is not your strong point, there are plenty of brilliant colour scheme generators online that’ll do all the hard work for you, just pick out your favourite colour and hey presto, you’ll have a scheme to work with

3)    Pick out a Colour Scheme 

Now that you have a conservatory that is empty and has good temperature regulation, you can start thinking about colours. This is going to be a very personal choice and largely depend on what you want the purpose of the room to be.

Don’t worry if picking out colours is not your strong point, there are plenty of brilliant colour scheme generators online that’ll do all the hard work for you, just pick out your favourite colour and hey presto, you’ll have a scheme to work with. 

4)    Choose the Perfect Furniture 

With a colour scheme in mind, you can start picking out the furniture for your room. Depending on the purpose of your room, the furniture that you’ll need will change. It’s important to remember that you don’t want your conservatory to be overflowing with furniture, you need room for all that wonderful natural light to filter in.

If you’re struggling for ideas, then try taking a look at conservatory furniture collections. Rattan have a brilliant range of conservatory furniture and they also do garden furniture, so you could opt for a matching set.

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At Home Logic, we can help you to design the perfect conservatory environment, from supplying and fitting the conservatory and installing the insulation, to providing a range of interior design essentials

5)    Add Those Finishing Touches

The final task is to pick out all those little things that are going to add a personal touch to your conservatory. You can really realise your design ideas here and create a conservatory environment that is fit for your needs.

You could select amazing interior lighting fixtures, hang pictures and canvases, or even stick to one theme and introduce some amazing items that create a cosy room, a relaxing environment, or an exciting retreat from the world.

Home Logic: Bringing Your Design Ideas to Life

Interior design may seem like a gargantuan task, but if you break it up into smaller projects, it’s very easy to get a feel for what you want to achieve and then see your vision realised. 

If you need help getting started with your conservatory remodel, book a home survey from Home Logic today, browse our website, or arrange a call back from one of our experts. Simply dial 0800 1700 636, or click the button below to get the ball rolling today!