Friday 7th November, 2014
If you’re planning to have a conservatory, orangery or loggia installed, it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of choosing the style or design of your home improvement and not give lighting a second thought.
Conservatories are wonderful spaces, infused with natural light during the day and somewhere to relax and enjoy that feeling of outside living. They are also great spaces to use in the evening when the sun is sinking, at night when the moon is out, or when the night sky is ablaze with stars. But that doesn’t mean you have to sit in total darkness to enjoy the sunset or rising moon.
By installing the right kind of lighting inside your conservatory you can create the perfect atmosphere to enjoy the changing light on the outside. Of course, lights will also allow you to use your conservatory or orangery in the evening, for entertaining, or for just relaxing with a book and a glass of your favourite tipple.
At Ultraframe, we’re delighted to introduce our all new conservatory lighting online shop, where you can browse through a wide selection to find your perfect lighting solution. Ideally, you want to balance your lighting by having some spotlights in the conservatory roof ridge, a main overhead light for occasional use, as well as some table lamps and a few wall lamps.
Wide range of lights
Our online selection of conservatory lights includes a wide range of stylish main lights, including pendants, waterfalls and clusters, as well as individual spotlights, searchlights, and a great choice of wall lights. Lighting your conservatory doesn’t have to be an afterthought any more, and you can easily find lights to match the style of your conservatory all in one place, with just a few simple clicks.
When it comes to lighting a conservatory, less can often mean more and a few well placed lights can transform your conservatory from an airy space by day, into a warm and subtle room at night. Dimmer switches are also a great way of instantly balancing light levels inside with the light outside.
Finally, when planning where to put light switches, it’s a good idea to remember to have one inside the main house as well. That way you avoid stumbling around your unlit conservatory trying to find the switch.