A guide to conservatory interior design

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Traditional or modern? Rustic or eclectic? How would you describe your interior design style? The conservatory is a popular addition to a home and no wonder – it affords you more space, can make a great dining room or add-on room for socialising, working from home or even working out in your own gym. But when it comes to dressing the space, there are many things to consider. Today I’m sharing a handy guide to creating a stylish conservatory…As the guide will show you, there are many factors to bear in mind when it comes to styling your conservatory;

  • The style should mimic the main interior of your home for a cohesive, seamless interior from the main part of the home into the space
  • How you intend using the space will help you make your choice
  • Consider the light and heat in a conservatory and the affect it can have on materials
  • The size of the conservatory will also affect your choice – would a large rattan sofa, for example, swamp the space or add to it.

If you want to maximise the versatility and the beauty of the space this comprehensive Guide to Stylish Conservatory Furniture is exactly what you need to get the right finish, accessories and detail to your conservatory. Have a read of the guide to find out how to give it some wow factor!

If you have any tips of your own for giving a conservatory a homely, cosy feeling please let me know in the comments below – I’d love to know how you’ve decorated your own home 🙂



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Cassie Fairy

Cassie Fairy

Cassie is a freelance writer with a Masters degree in lifestyle promotion studies. She loves to 'get the look for less' so regularly shares thrifty fashion posts, DIY interior design ideas and low-cost recipes on her blog.

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  1. Interesting blog, the furniture you have made looks really funky. I truly appreciate your hard work.

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