Choosing furniture for your conservatory- which style will suit yours?

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A new conservatory gives you so many possibilities for making it your own as well as making it the most stylish room in your home. The right conservatory furniture can be the perfect finishing touch to make your home look its best.

Conservatory furniture that sets the right mood

If you’ve chosen to make your conservatory a garden room, fill it with natural materials such as bamboo, rattan and willow as well as plants. Synthetic rattan is very popular as it’s durable and UV resistant which is necessary for a room that is constantly bathed in sunlight. Bring the outdoors in with natural conservatory furniture, earthy colours and mirrors that reflect natural light. You could even add an indoor water feature to create a tranquil, calming atmosphere.

Let use dictate design and decoration

What are you going to be using your conservatory for? If it’s a relaxation haven, fill it with a comfy sofa and soft cushions that let you relax well into the evening. Fabric sofas often work better than leather which can feel hot and sweaty during the summer.

Add a touch of the past

Rosewood conservatory with brick base

A traditional conservatory style such as a Gable, Victorian or Edwardian lends itself to a traditional interior. Wood-effect uPVC frames work well and wooden furniture and rustic colours will give your conservatory a heritage feel. You could even have a wooden or stone floor to add the wow factor. If your conservatory is going to be an extension of your kitchen, a country cottage look would be perfect to make your urban home feel more rural.

Shade your conservatory in style

Delicate fabrics can look beautiful but can easily fade with a lot of sun exposure. If you have colours and fabrics you’re worried might fade, consider getting some blinds. These can even be fitted into your double glazing so they never need any maintenance and won’t get tangled. With a range of colours, they’re attractive as well as functional.

Bring your conservatory into the 21st century

If you want to create a modern room, why not go for the minimalist look? Glass dining tables and chairs can look stunning and will really add that something special to your room. A monochrome colour scheme will add that finishing touch that will set your home apart from the rest.

The perfect conservatories for every home

Enjoy personalising your new conservatory from Emerald Windows and Doors. Our full range of uPVC conservatories offer perfect thermal performance and are a beautiful way to extend your space. With the option of tiled, warm and lantern roofs, you can make your conservatory a true extension of your home. Get in touch with Emerald today to transform your home with a beautiful new conservatory.