When it comes to improving your home, there are so many options available it can be difficult to know where to begin! If you have a conservatory that has seen better days, it’s likely you’ve thought about ways to make it look a bit more modern. With this in mind, here are three fool-proof ways to bring your conservatory bang up-to-date and get the most out of it.
Replace your conservatory roof
Available in a wide range of materials, conservatory roof replacements can be installed to suit any space or size. Tiled conservatory roofs are perfect for creating a modern aesthetic that neatly blends with the rest of the property, giving the impression of a complete extension. Solid conservatory roofing can also be combined with illuminating glazed panels for the best of both worlds and a unique modern flourish. Glorious roof lanterns also create a contemporary architectural feature, providing a real ‘wow-factor’ that’s guaranteed to flood the space with copious amounts of natural light.
Update your conservatory furnishings
Older conservatories that have been neglected tend to feel cold, uninviting and disconnected from the rest of the house. However, a few carefully considered furnishings can do it the world of good – in both appearance and temperature. Incorporate it with your favourite modern interior design trend and you’ll soon have a rejuvenated conservatory space in keeping with the latest design trends.
Here are a couple of popular interior trends that could be easily adapted to your new conservatory furnishings:
Understated Modern Artisan
Celebrating handcrafted furnishings via a curated approach, e.g., handmade rattan rugs, wicker coffee tables, solid oak sideboards, ceramics, natural patterns and colours.
A beautiful blend of Japanese and Scandinavian interior styles that focus on nature and simplicity, e.g., light-stained wooden flooring, dark timber chairs and stools, sculptural artwork, printed rugs, a potted tree.
Refresh your conservatory colour scheme
Classic white has always been the ‘go to’ colour scheme for creating light and airy conservatory spaces. An injection of colour is sure to breathe life back into a tired conservatory and reconnect it with the rest property.
Nicely tying in with Modern Artisan and Japandi, this year’s interior colour trends centre around calming neutrals and optimistic vivid hues. So, it’s worth giving these popular colour schemes some thought to give your conservatory a modern twist:
Serene and peaceful, e.g., Dulux Colour of the Year Bright Skies™ / Farrow & Ball’s Stone Blue / Pantone Colour of the Year Very Peri.
Earthy and inspired by nature, e.g., Farrow & Ball’s Breakfast Room Green / Emerald Green / Lush forest tones.
Warming and comforting, e.g., Oak Apple, Mushroom, Bath Stone.
Modern conservatory roof replacements in Wolverhampton and the Midlands
With Wolverhampton Glass, making your conservatory more modern is incredibly straightforward. You can visit our showroom, contact us online, or give us a call on 01902 773831 to discuss your options further with our friendly team of experts who will be happy to help.