Monday 13th July, 2015
Furnishing a conservatory is one of the most fun parts of adding an extension to your home. Being able to put your personal stamp on a whole new area of the property is exciting and you can let your imagination run wild. Putting together a unique style for your new conservatory is a great way to make sure you feel at home in it, so feel free to indulge your passion for soft furnishings.
First and foremost, conservatory furniture should be comfortable - you want this to be a part of your house where you are happy to spend hours at a time. Lots of plump cushions and soft throws are a must to make sure your conservatory is cosy and comfy.
Wicker is a popular choice for conservatory furniture, perhaps due to the fact it feels like a mix between indoor and outdoor seating. But a classic sofa will fit in just as well, while an armchair might be ideal for whiling away those long summer afternoons. A statement piece of furniture can act as the perfect focal point for your new conservatory.
Picking the furnishings
You can really put your unique style on a property with soft furnishings and make it feel like your dream home. When designing your Ultraframe conservatory, think about how to make it feel light and airy. You will want to stick to colours like white to accentuate the lightness of the room.
A modern retro style works great in a conservatory, so a few statement pieces of furniture are the building blocks you need if this is a look you want to achieve. Keep the rest of the room simple to get that style in your conservatory. Monochrome is also a very stylish furnishing style right now and if you like the minimalist look, this could be ideal for your conservatory's interior design.
Have fun with the styling of your conservatory. You can always add new soft furnishings if you change your mind about the look of the room.