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What To Do With A Conservatory: 7 Top Tips And TricksBy admin
Tuesday, 24 September 2019
For those of us who are looking for extra space in our home, building a conservatory can be a great solution. It offers you a naturally lit extension to a home, at a much more affordable price.
The materials that are used to build conservatories these days also enable the room to be effectively insulated, meaning you can use it all year round.
If you are looking to build a conservatory, you may already have an idea in mind of how you intend to use it. However, if you have just purchased or rented a property with a conservatory, you may now be faced with the task of deciding what to do with this additional room.
Let’s take a look at seven different ideas for what to do with a conservatory. Below are some great ways in which to make use of the extra space you’ll get with your new conservatory:
Option No.1: Use It As A Dining Area
A conservatory can be a great spot in which to place your dining table. It makes for an attractive area to entertain your guests, as you can adorn it with plants that will blossom in the natural light.
Even for those meals where it’s just you and your family, you can enjoy the views of your own garden over dinner.
Option No.2: Use It As A Play Room
For those with a growing family, you have the perfect solution of what to do with a conservatory: transform it into a playroom!
A conservatory can make a great playroom for a number of reasons. It enables your children to play in natural light, without always having to leave the house. Make sure that the conservatory is well-insulated to ensure that the children are warm enough during play time!
Option No.3: Use It As An Office Space Or Study
For those of you who may be studying, or tend to bring your work home, conservatories can be utilised to create the ideal home office environment. With the natural light and view of the garden, you can feel inspired, without feeling cooped up and constricted.
As it is also a little separate for the rest of the house, you’re likely to get a little more peace and quiet to get productive.
Even if you don’t work from home, conservatories can be a great spot to place the home computer that everyone uses.
Want to create a room to work out in? The answer could be setting up gym equipment within your conservatory. The natural light and views of the garden can make for a great space to work out in, without ever having to leave the house!
Option No.4: Use It As A Relaxing Refuge To Retreat To
Quite often, our main living area becomes the television room. It can be hard to relax if others are watching television in the only sitting area you have in your house.
Conservatories can provide a great solution for this. You can transform it into a comfortable sitting area where you can retire to with a book to get away from the noise. Or you could turn it into a fancier sitting room that you use to entertain guests.
Option No.5: Use It As A Home Gym
If you’re still unsure on what to do with your conservatory, this could be the solution you’re after. It can often be quite a struggle to force ourselves to leave the comforts of our own home to get to the gym. This is particularly true during the chilly Winter months.
The answer could be setting up gym equipment within your conservatory. The natural light and views of the garden can make for a great space to work out in, without ever having to leave the house.
Option No.6: Use It As A Greenhouse
This was, after all, the original purpose of conservatories. Incorporate some greenery into your home and allow them to grow and thrive in the ideal environment of a conservatory.
It can make the room a great sanctuary to escape to, when you need some quality r & r.
Option No.7: Use It As A Guest Bedroom
Though this isn’t often a popular choice, especially for those with glass conservatory roofs, a conservatory could be the spot for any overnight guests if you don’t already have a guest bedroom.
Again, make sure that the room is effectively insulated to reduce energy bills as you will be required to heat it through the nights to make sure your guests are comfortable.
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