So, you’ve decided to take the plunge and install a conservatory in your home.
Well, now’s the time to start thinking about how to make that space worth the investment. How to get the most bang for your buck. How to use the new space in the most efficient, practical way.
Luckily for you, our team are experts in all things practical, and have compiled a list of ways you can create a multifunctional space for you and all the family to share and enjoy.
Light it Up
Let’s start simple.
If you’re anything like us, your favourite part of the day is probably opening up your curtains first thing in the morning to see what the outside world has to offer that day.
Sometimes, the most basic things are the most effective. There’s nothing quite as visually appealing and functional as natural light in a home.
Of course, there’s no better space in the house to let in natural light than the conservatory. Your close proximity to the outside world means you’ll never run low on vitamin D, which is essential for keeping you happy and productive throughout the day.
Not to mention, having a well-lit room will go a long way in terms of making the space appear more spacious.
Get in the Zone
If you want to maximise the space, why not make it multiple spaces?
Nothing will make a space more versatile than literally splitting it up into sections, dedicating each zone to a different activity.
Need somewhere to work? Pick out a stylish desk and pop it in a corner with plenty of sunlight, close to a power outlet.
Want somewhere to zen out and meditate? Grab yourself a cosy armchair or beanbag and put it at the other end of the conservatory.
There’s no limit to the number of things you can do with your conservatory. Splitting your space into dedicated spaces will help save space and keep you organised.
You know what’s multifunctional? Furniture that’s… well, multifunctional.
If you’re looking to save space, remember you don’t necessarily need something for everything.
Turns out, desks can double as dining tables. Storage boxes can double as shelves. The list goes on and on.
There are also plenty of furniture pieces on the market designed specifically for multiple purposes or to save space. Think laptop trays for your sofa. Fold-away tables and chairs. Nesting tables. Again, the list is inexhaustible.
If You Don't Need It, Store It
Nothing quite clutters up a space like… clutter.
Having plenty of room for storage is key to keeping your space clean and multifunctional. There are countless ways you can store your items with style, from bookcases and cupboards to boxes that double as coffee tables.
Conservatories With Character
For conservatories that never compromise on style or functionality, head down to Outside Interests in Barnham today. Our experienced team members are experts in all things conservatories and are always happy to offer advice where needed.