Mirrors are the next big thing for conservatories to help widen the space
With 2018 being underway and spring on the horizon 😎 It’s time to start thinking about what is in store for us in terms of conservatories.
If you’re looking to build a brand-new conservatory, build conservatories for a living or just spruce up your existing structure, there are a few key things to look out for to make your extra space look bang up to date.
Good Quality Materials
Conservatories are starting to be less about having a nice sun room or a lean to added on to the back of your house, and more about adding a whole extra room to your property. Conservatories are being built out of better quality, more sturdy materials and they are starting to be more comfortable all year round with double glazing, heated floors and all sorts of modern features.
If you’re going to have a conservatory then you may as well get the most out of those windows. Big, full-sized windows, folding and sliding doors will be 2018’s biggest trend, so you can look out at the views around you with no interruptions.
In terms of décor, mirrors are the next big thing for conservatories to help widen the space, reflect the light and to make them feel homelier. In addition to metallic items such as decorative plates, vases and lamps, these will all help to add a bit of luxury to your room.
Rattan furniture is synonymous with conservatories, but rattan is now better than ever. With improved quality and strength, rattan now comes in a variety of colours and finishes, adding a hardy, yet comfortable addition to your conservatory. Try adding practical pieces like coffee tables with more relaxed furniture like sofas and loungers for a comfortable, yet usable space.
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