Over the years our team have seen conservatories being used for a huge range of purposes, we have seen everything from added dining space, to an at-home office or an extra play space for children. Your new found space can be used for anything, the choice is completely up to you.
In this article, we want to provide you with some inspiration when it comes to choosing what to use your conservatory for. Our aim is to provide you with a range of affordable options for you and the family to consider.
A Kitchen Extension
You can never have too much kitchen space, with everyone wanting to prepare their own meals and everyone has different schedules, it can very easily feel like you are running out of worktop space. It is due to these reasons that a lot of families upgrade their home with a kitchen extension. A conservatory will provide you with a lot of natural lighting which is the perfect way to start off the day whilst having some breakfast.
A Home Office
With Covid-19 a lot of companies are allowing staff to work from home or if you run your own business you might be doing this already. When you work from home it is imperative to separate your work and home life. This can be attained a lot easier if you have a separate office space, this is where a conservatory space can come in handy.
A conservatory has everything you would need for a home office including wire sockets, wifi coverage and light. All you have to do is install a desk and put up some decorations to help you boost productivity whilst making the most of the space in your home.
A Dining Space
After a busy day, there is nothing better than sitting with your family having a nice meal. Spending quality time together is crucial and should be a part of day to day life. If you would like a dining room update or would like to have a separate dining room, you can use your conservatory to have meals away from the kitchen. You can also make the most of the brighter months by having food in there during the spring and summer. Your conservatory is the perfect space for everyone to get together and talk about their days.
If you are a homeowner and you have young children, you may have noticed that toys seem to get absolutely everywhere. Having a playroom in your conservatory will allow all of the toys to be contained in one space and will prevent the house from looking messy and untidy.
An Extra Living Room
Picture this, it’s a summer’s day and the sun has gone down but you’re not quite ready to go inside just yet. Having a conservatory will allow you to make the most of the view whilst being warm inside. If you are an avid gardener you will want to show off your work and a conservatory will allow your family and guests to enjoy the garden from the comfort of indoors.