3 Ways to Revamp Your Conservatory Interior for Summer

The warm weather and the new summer season brings a desire for change. Gone are the rainy, dull days of Autumn and Winer, and we are now faced with some glorious rays that we can all bask in. During the winter, you’ll have create a warm, cosy environment in your home with various throws and cushions dominating the room to help you escape and snuggle up in the harsh conditions. However, with the new season it means that you can now revamp your interior and create that light, bright retreat so you can sit and take advantage of the hotter climate. If you’re looking to redecorate your conservatory for summer but are struggling about what to do, hopefully this will help!

You’re highly likely to be spending more and more time in your conservatory over the summer so it’s vital that you design a space that you can unwind in and enjoy! So to give you a helping handing, we’ve put together our top tips for conservatory décor themes for you to consider. There is something for everyone so whether you’ve just invested in an extension or you’re looking for a complete re-do, hopefully these tips will inspire you

Shabby Chic

Something you’ll have come across before, shabby chic is such a popular theme due to its timeless quality. Ideal for an orangery or conservatory space, a chic look highlights the fresh, delicate and enchanting look of your garden, almost creating a frame for you to admire it in. With those vivid greens, you’ll want to create a viewing space in your conservatory that consists of cream or off white base colour. You can add the occasional pastel colour or floral pattern – which is really in this summer – for a hint of interest. Seek out those white cane furniture suites and accessorise the room with bright, accent vases, lamps, ornaments and wild flowers placed around the room. Finish the look off with a new throw, some scatter cushions and drape some fairy lights around your tv or windows to create a picturesque look.

Get Modern with Monochrome

This will depend on taste. A look that’s not popular with families but can offer an unrivalled, showroom-esk look, monochrome is a modern and magnificent look. A minimalistic style with contrasting black and white colour schemes throughout. Here is it all about achieving that minimal look so next to no clutter is needed in order to comply with the fresh and open ambience of the style. In keeping with the look, stay with white furnishings, walls and floors and then add standout black accessories such as cushions or vases to dramatize. Here you have the option to add animal print rugs or pops of colour in terms of your accessories to add further interest to the room so that it draws attention to your guest’s eyes. The beauty of it is that you can play around with the look as much or as little as you like as it so interchangeable and especially as even cheap addition can make all the difference.

Go Tropical

Why not try this new trend and go tropical? A theme that’s perfect for showing off your colourful personality, you can create a conservatory that offers a fresh, beach like vibe. Invest in bold, loud prints that stand out against earthy, dark wood conservatory furniture suites. The tropical theme is all about textures, natural material and vibrant colours so make sure you look at adding coral patterns, palm tree type plants, shells and bamboo additions. The key here is about opting for lots of plants and flowers – real or fake – throughout the whole conservatory to accentuate the airy, natural feel of the room. This is a great look and even more of talking point for your guests!

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