A well decorated and modern conservatory is the best asset for any property. A controversy will add style, a sense of luxury and an extra room to your house. It will help you enjoy the healthy dose of nature in the garden all day long. A small space in your home or in your garden will be the perfect place for a conservatory. However, most people think it will cost you the earth to design a conservatory. I agree it requires a lot of time and planning but not necessarily the cost. I am going to show you some modern ways that will help you in designing and decorating a conservatory you will fall in love with. Here they are:
• Small conservatory with a relaxing chair: Believe me, no place on earth can give you more relaxing place than to have a lush greenhouse. A relaxing chair with a wooden table will make you feel comfortable in this charming small conservatory. Cushions and blanket will get you feel cosy while viewing the sunset.
• A lean-to design small conservatory: A mixture of rustic materials such as pastel pillows will enhance your small lean-to design conservatory. A layer of soft furnishing will give this conservatory a distinctively stylish and modern feel. It creates the impression of sufficient height and also maximizes the light from coming inside. As compared to other conservatories lean-to design is recommended for cottages with small heights.
• Edwardian/Georgian conservatories: Edwardian conservatories are best for homes with lower eaves. It will create more height and more space as compared to the lean to conservatories. These greenhouses give a more classic appearance to your property. They are not only simple in design but also least expensive. This conservatory is ideal for homeowners who intend to add large living spaces to their homes.
• Lantern Conservatories: These lantern conservatories give a traditional look to your property. It has glass windows that provide an unobstructed view of nature. At the same time, you can sit here and relax with your afternoon tea. It can be warm and a cosy place to relax and enjoy.
• Corner infill conservatories: This corner infill conservatory can easily fit in between two walls of your garden. You can easily utilize the unused space in your garden. It requires a small budget, but it can enhance the appearance of your house structure. Designing of Conservatory:
• Glazing: Glass walls can be the best ideas to allow plenty of light come in. The natural view leaves a refreshing impact on your eyes. They draw air and natural light into your controversy and let out the heat from inside. Now double glazed windows are available that are filled with invisible gas. These gasses reduce heat transfer from the panels.
• Ventilation: Don’t forget if you want a comfortable environment, and ventilation is the most convenient and important way to achieve it. Remember to design the conservatory need to comply with ventilation requirements specified in Building Regulations.
• Floors: Off course you must go for a durable floor. It’s not necessary that you must go for wooden floor or carpets. Ceramic and natural stone would add a delicate touch. Decorating it with flowers and plants will give a natural look. Sophisticated and elegant, modern and minimalist or rustic and cosy, make your conservatory a favourite place to turn at any time of day.