A conservatory is a great addition to your home – it gives you extra room and light and allows you to enjoy your garden all year round. But if you’ve not got much space in your garden to expand into, you might have dismissed the idea of a conservatory.
However, a small conservatory can transform the space you already have – you could enlarge your kitchen or create an additional living area.
If you’re still not convinced that a small conservatory is worth it, take a look at these conservatories that have made it work. If you’ve already decided that you’ve got room for a small one, take inspiration from these ideas.
1. A bright and airy living area
This small lean-to creates an additional living space with a comfy chair looking out onto the garden. The light wooden flooring paired with the smoky white walls makes the space seem larger and lighter than it is, while the minimalist decor gives a modern feel.
2. A cosy nook
If you’re stuck for space, a window seat could be the answer to creating seating in your small conservatory. This conservatory is perfect for those that enjoy reading – sit here and enjoy the scenery of your garden while soaking up a fictional world.
3. Add a small conservatory to your listed building
You might think that even a small conservatory is out of the question if you live in a listed building. But seek permission and you could be able to build one. The owners of this Georgian cottage have build a wonderful conservatory that is in keeping with the rest of the building. They’ve added extra space to their kitchen, giving the room for a dining area but staying in the style of the house.
So there you have it. 3 simple ways you can use a small conservatory. Remember, conservatories are a permitted development, so you won’t have to apply for planning permission. As we mentioned though, if you live in a listed building you will have to. But overall, a conservatory is a perfect way to add extra space to your home without the hassle of getting an extension.
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