After having your conservatory installed by CS Windows, you’re probably thinking about what you want to place in your new home addition. Well, there are a number of different ways that you can use your conservatory, and depending on your personal design style, you can make these conservatory room ideas your own. Along with the many benefits of having a conservatory, here are just five ideas that you can incorporate into your new-found space.

Conservatory Room Ideas: A New World Of Luxury

Whether you are thinking about having a conservatory installed onto your beloved home for additional space, or you have a conservatory that hasn’t been used in years and needs a little revamp, thinking about the room possibilities is a great starting point. If you have a young family, moody teenagers or want a space for relaxation, there are an abundance of different uses and ways to design your conservatory.

To give you a helping hand, we have formulated a guide for some room ideas that can give you the inspiration to pop onto Pinterest for design styles and get out that paintbrush. Read on to find out more about the following ideas and inspiration:

  • The benefits of a conservatory
  • A dining room
  • A games room
  • A living room
  • The extended garden
  • Kitchen extension

Traditional Conservatory Design

The Benefits of a Conservatory

When having a conservatory added to your property, there are an array of benefits that come with it. These benefits not only contribute to the way in which you function around the home, but it also has an impact on the resale of your property and how easy it is to grab the attention of potential buyers. Thinking about these benefits before installing a conservatory will help you to design the perfect home addition that takes everything into consideration. For example, things such as the doors and windows will have an impact on the finished feel and look of the conservatory. Modern bi-folding doors can open up space, allowing light in to give you the opportunity to reap the benefits of natural lighting. Some of the many benefits of a conservatory include:

  • Bespoke designs suited to your home and style
  • Adds value to your property
  • Increases floor space
  • Makes your home more energy efficient
  • Cheaper than moving home
  • Provides health benefits, such as increased vitamin D

If you need more space in your property, but don’t want to move out of a beloved home, you should seriously consider having a conservatory. With the array of benefits included along with the opportunity to have every element of the conservatory bespoke, such as the roof, a conservatory is the perfect home addition. Feel free to contact CS Windows for our range of conservatories in Luton and the surrounding areas, and start designing your new space.

Modern Conservatory In Summer

1. Dining Room

What better way to wake up and take advantage of the morning by enjoying your breakfast in the light of the morning sun? This will help to increase your daily vitamin D intake, especially if your job requires you to be inside all day. You can have a breakfast bar fitted with matching chrome leg breakfast bar stools. You can also find some design ideas for your breakfast room on Elle Decor, giving you that elegant space to enjoy your breakfast.

Why not double up your space and incorporate a stunning dining area for you and the family to enjoy, or for you to socialise with your guests all year around? The great thing about having your dining room in the conservatory is that you can still enjoy eating in the sun as the night gets slightly colder during the summer, and in the winter the room will be nicely heated during the day ready for dinner time. There are many different ways that you can style your dining room and transform your conservatory into a luxury socialising space. Good Housekeeping has a variety of colour palettes and a whole host of refreshing dining room styles and ideas for you to explore.

Conservatory Dining Room

2. Games Room

For those families with children or grandchildren, transforming your conservatory into a games room or children’s play area is an ideal way to make the most of the additional space. By creating a dedicated area for children to play and make a mess, you can reclaim back your relaxing living room, while also keeping the clutter away from areas such as the kitchen, minimising the risk of tripping over toys. Within this room, you can ensure that children can safely play by covering corners of tables and including storage space for games, toys and crafts.

By having the play area in the conservatory, you can easily encourage children to play outside during the summer. Taking their toys out into the garden is much easier when they’re easily accessible, and allows them to enjoy the wonders of nature. You could even try out some fun arts and crafts using things that they find in the garden, by creating a crafts station right beside the door.

Playroom In Conservatory

3. Living Room

Even if you already have a living room within your home, making the conservatory an additional living room that has been styled in a different manner, can give you space to unwind and relax after a hard days work. Include a range of luxury products and comfortable seating areas to enhance your relaxing experience. Simple solutions such as adding fake plants can give you that nature and tropical feeling even when it’s wet and miserable outside. Freshome has some fantastic ideas of different ways you can make your home feel more relaxing, which can be incorporated into the conservatory.

Another way you can make your conservatory warm is by ensuring that it remains nice a cosy in the winter. You can easily achieve this by adding double glazed windows into your design or replace your existing windows. CS Windows specialises in glazed extensions and provides double glazing in Luton and the surrounding areas, helping clients create an energy-efficient and safe home. If you are from the Milton Keynes or Buckingham area, we also recommend looking at Crown Windows Buckingham for high-quality windows.

Relaxing living Area

4. Extended Garden

Now, having an extended garden may seem like a strange idea, however, by making your conservatory look and feel like the Bahamas, you don’t have to be depended on the sun coming out for that relaxing summer feeling. You can enjoy your conservatory through every season, making the perfect place for reading a book and closing your eyes for an hour. In the summer, you can open up your bi-folding doors to make the inside of your home feel like part of your garden. Not only will this make your home feel a little more summery, but it will also make it feel more open plan and spacious. For some inspirational ideas on ways to bring the outside in with style, take a look at Homedit’s blog.

Garden In Conservatory

5. Kitchen Extension

If you feel as though your kitchen is too small and some added space would really make it feel like the perfect place to invite friends, then considering a kitchen extension that leads into the conservatory is the ideal solution. You can create an open plan feel by extending the work surface into the conservatory and adding some storage. The extensive supply of glass also gives the perception of a larger space, making it more inviting.

The colour palette that you use can also help to maximise space, giving you a modernised feel through simplistic design. Why not create a striking kitchen extension by using Ideal Home’s ideas and making them your own? The possibilities are endless, so you should thoroughly research design styles, furniture and kitchen fixtures before going ahead with the makeover.

Conservatory Kitchen Extension

Transform Your Conservatory

These are only some of the many conservatory room ideas that you could use, and can easily be achieved by using your creative side to make it your own. If you would like to know more about how a conservatory can be designed with your room choice in mind, then contact the CS Windows expert team. Our team has a wealth of knowledge in providing conservatories in Berkhamsted and the surrounding areas, so can help you to design a space that epitomises your style and requirements.

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