What type of furniture is best for your conservatory?

Your Conservatory is a fantastic investment which you will be able to enjoy for many years to come: but can the same be said for your choice of furniture?

conservatories are able to bring the feel of the outside world indoors in a unique way: they are a sheltered, comfy environment which sits between your home interior and your garden;

In such a sun-bathed space, it is a good idea to carefully consider the design and materials of any furniture which you are intending to add to your conservatory.

Before you go out and purchase that suite which caught your eye in a TV ad, or move your old living room armchair in, have a think about how suitable it will be as part of your conservatory’s décor, in terms of form and function;

To help determine how suitable an item is for use in your conservatory, here are a few recommendations to consider:

Avoid furniture which will fade easily

Articles which furnish your conservatory will be exposed to more sunlight than they would in other parts of the house: pick furniture with the wrong materials and you could end up with faded, sun-damaged items which will look out of place in your beautiful relaxation zone;

Prevent disaster by picking high grade cane, rattan or synthetic wicker furniture which is suitable for all-weather conditions;

Some of the conservatory furniture you can buy these days will be suitable for outdoor use – choosing articles with this property will give you a versatile addition which will do double-duty indoors and out for those lazy summer evenings that you never want to end.

Consider your comfort

Rattan is perfect for constructing conservatory furniture from, due to its flexibility, strength and it’s amazing ability to cope with anything that Mother Nature can chuck at it – what about your comfort though?

Wouldn’t it be great if you could combine the best features of your comfy living room furniture with the robustness of outdoor garden furniture?

To achieve the ‘best of both worlds’, we recommend picking furniture with a rattan frame and foam reflex cushions: look out for showerproof cushions for the ultimate in flexibility.

Think about how the furniture will fit in with its surroundings

How can you ensure that the furniture you pick will compliment your home? Consider what themes are present throughout your house and carry these into your conservatory…picking throws and cushion covers which complement the colour scheme of your other rooms is one easy way to transform the appearance of furniture to match the rest of your home, but you should also consider how the furniture appears in its default state, particularly if you are going for a more minimalistic look – after all, your conservatory is a place you go to enjoy some rest and relaxation…the last thing you want to do is make it feel cluttered.

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About Elaine and Ian

Ian and Elaine are a husband and wife team and are passionate about their product range and ensure only high quality products are used as standard and that the finish of their work is superlative, with this dedication it has allowed the company to grow and develop into one of the major windows and conservatories suppliers in the Edinburgh area.

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