Conservatories are extremely popular amongst residents in the UK and for good reason. They are widely useful, entirely customisable and have other uses other than the ones you see first hand. Conservatories can add a lot of value to your home and also add value to your property when it comes to resale. With that in mind, here are a few ways that you can utilise your conservatory.
A Dining Room
Many UK homes are built without modern living in mind, most homes were not built with extra room for things dining rooms. Therefore, using a conservatory to add a dining room to your home can not only give you and your family a place to enjoy meals but it would also free up space in your kitchen, giving you more room to cook, socialise or may even allow you to redesign your kitchen.
Designing your conservatory to be a lounge area for you and your family can be great fun and as you’re designing a newly built extension, you have complete control over the aesthetics. You could continue your home’s current aesthetic or create a brand new atmosphere to escape to after a long days work. Create a rustic room by leaving the bricks of the conservatory exposed, adding rattan furniture and some plants. Or paint over the bricks, add some marbled furniture and bright lighting to add a modern feel to your conservatory.
If your kitchen is too crowded and you feel like you need more space, why not use a conservatory as a kitchen extension? The way that conservatories are built will allow a lot of light to be let in so your kitchen is bright all throughout the year. And as a conservatory is custom built to your desire, you can choose how much room you want to add to the kitchen. However, as conservatories are built onto your garden, they will take away some of your exterior outdoor space.
Utility & Storage Room
Using a conservatory as a room to do your laundry and store essentials is a great use of space. It would mean that all your tools and paints are conveniently stored in your home and not in frustrating places to get to like your loft or garden shed. Doubling up as a utility room also means that you have a designated space to wash and dry all your clothing and towels, meaning you have more room in your kitchen for food and utensil storage.
These are only a few of the useful ways that you can utilise a new conservatory. Whether you choose to utilise it for one of these reasons or one of your own, you’ll want your conservatory to be built by professionals at a high quality. We offer a complete conservatory service including a quote. and our team will help you build the conservatory of your dreams.