If you’ve had your conservatory for a few years, it’s likely that you’re feeling a bit bored with it and you’d love to give it an update.
There are plenty of things you can do – like paint the exterior, re-roof it or change the window and door handles. But all of these cost money.
Luckily, there are some things you can do to update your conservatory and they’re budget-friendly. Read on to find out about our top 4 conservatory renovation tips.
1. Give your conservatory a spring clean
Don’t underestimate the power of a good old clean. Do a deep clean of the inside and out.
If you really want to make an impact, you could hire a professional to clean the roof and check the guttering, but this drives the price up. If you’ve had your conservatory a few years without having the guttering looked at, it might be a good idea to get a pro in to take a look.
2. Add new blinds
Blinds can give your conservatory an entirely new feel, and they needn’t break the bank. These days, there are plenty of styles to choose from and they come in a range of colours. Try pleated blinds for a soft but modern look that allows you to control how much light you want to let into the room.
3. Put your own stamp on it
It’s easy to forget about furnishing your conservatory properly. Most people tend to put odd furniture in there that they’ve banished from other parts of the house. But why treat your conservatory as an afterthought?
During your conservatory renovation, think about moving furniture that you actually like into the space. Add other knick knacks that will help make your conservatory feel like a space that you will enjoy spending time in.
4. Try painting the house walls
Paint the adjoining house wall of the conservatory a bold colour to make a statement. It will give your conservatory a new lease of life and make a feature wall, adding interest to the room.
Choose a colour that compliments elements like the window frames or shelving and radiators.
These conservatory renovation tips will help you overhaul your conservatory without having to spend a fortune. Whether you choose to incorporate all of these ideas or just one, they will make your conservatory a much better place to relax in.