When imagining your dream home do you see a serene beautiful minimalist space or maybe you think of a buzzing family home with toys and smiles everywhere. Each of us will have a completely different idea on what the perfect home consists of. In this post we’d like to cover a few of the options that you have for extending and creating your perfect home.
The airy entertaining room
Space is something that we probably look for in a home. It’s nice to have distinct areas for certain purposes and being able to decorate those rooms individually can be great fun. Having a separate area for entertaining and evening meals could give you extra space in other rooms such as the kitchen/living room to re-purpose.
The indoor garden
Probably one of the more quirky ideas, however you can go as small or as large as you want with it. The ideas spread from a Hogwarts-esque gardening room to a comfy indoor seating area surrounded by plants, perfect for afternoon teas! Bringing nature into your home is not only great aesthetically but can also help with the air quality in your home.
The reading nook
We are getting the scarves and hot chocolate out for the grey days ahead. Having place to snuggle down and read a book or just watch the world go by out the window can really cheer up a space. This type of area could even be fashioned into a romantic setting by night for snug movie night in!
The playroom extraordinaire
Imagine the kids running in and out of the garden enjoying the summer and all their toys being confined to the conservatory playroom. Perhaps there is a bit of wishful thinking there but you could certainly create a child centric conservatory. Lots of storage spaces as well as a large oak table for crafts and the dreaded homework could make this into a fun place to be as well as catering to your needs!
These are just a few ideas that we came up with that you can use for your conservatory. We’d love to hear what you use yours for and if you don’t have one what would you do with the space?
Pictures number 2 and 3 are credited to Brooke Lark and Patrick Schneider respectively.