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4 Ways To Update Your Conservatory Interior Design

posted in Wallpaper by DFAO on 11:36 Jan 26th, 2015

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Since conservatories are often designed with comfort, relaxation and enjoyment in mind, they can quickly become all the family’s favourite place to be. This is great, but with constant use, the furniture and entire decor can quickly become worn and in need of a revamp. There’s no point in having a beautifully designed conservatory only for the decor to let it down. That’s where we come in to help! Have a read of these expert tips by interior designers in Henley-on-Thames to make the most of your conservatory.

4 Fantastic Ideas To Revamp Your Conservatory Decor

Whether you’re looking to add a few finishing touches to your conservatory decor or you want to completely refurbish it, we’ve put together 8 ideas to give it a new lease of life!

  1. Feminine Floral – Before you imagine old school English country style flower power in striking pinks and blues from top to bottom, think subtler, complimentary pastel colours and designs instead. Contemporary floral trends are completely different to what they used to be. The key is to balance bold floral prints with cool metallic or pastel soft furnishings such as cushions and throws, and scatter vintage-inspired accessories. Remember to keep it practical if you’ve young children however. Silk or light coloured furnishings may look and feel beautiful but they may not stay looking that way for long!
  2. French Inspiration – French women and their interiors are universally admired for their timeless elegant style. Contemporary Parisian style a meeting of Art Nouveau meets chic minimalism. Instead of adding too many curved and detailed elements into your conservatory decor, create a tranquil space by keeping it simple. White-washed wood, greenery and hints of Art Nouveau inspired furniture or accessories will tone the Parisian country style down for a space that is easily maintained and less cluttered.
  3. Don’t Be Afraid To Go Eclectic – You can easily revamp your conservatory with carefully selected framed prints, sculptures, unique soft furnishing designs and anything else that speaks out to you individually. Our interior designers in Henley-on-Thames say choosing the right accessories is something of an art. The trick is to only purchase and display items that you think will serve a purpose or are beautiful (either because of their aesthetic appeal or because of what they mean to you personally). If you love to travel for instance, make sure you seek out local art exhibitions where you can buy. These often arouse happy memories whilst also offering visual beauty.
  4. Create A Neutral Space – As places to relax and unwind, the conservatory should be a zone which offers all visitors an unbiased escape. Create a calming atmosphere with neutral hues that harmonize with one another. Light-toned wood mixed with soft neutral hues will lighten up a conservatory space and give it a summery, airy feel.

Contact Designs For All Occasions Today

Looking for professional help? Our expert interior designers in Henley-on-Thames can offer you a personal service to entirely suit your conservatory design. Designs For All Occasions design luxury interiors to suit a range of budgets. For more information call us on 01276 691010, or e-mail dfao@dfao.co.uk.

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