Four ways to update your conservatory for autumn

Light it up – One of the simplest ways to enjoy your conservatory in the autumn months is to invest in additional lighting. If you don’t want to sit with all of the lights glaring, invest in floor lamps with dimmer switches to create a cosy glow with ease. Add scented candles and watch as your conservatory is transformed to complement the season ahead.

Let nature in – Autumn décor is primarily based around experimenting with different textures and one way to do this is to bring the outside in. Using natural looking features such as pinecones or wreaths can immediately have an effect on the appearance of your conservatory. Fill vases with plants and branches to add a rustic touch to the room. If you want to spend more money, invest in autumn themed artwork and paintings to create a focal point on one wall.

Curtains and window coverings – As the temperatures drop, you will want to retain as much heat in your conservatory as possible. Luxurious drapes and curtains are a fashionable and functional addition to your space. Our conservatories come with either double or triple glazed glass, so partnering this up with thick window coverings will certainly stop a lot of heat loss. Curtains are also a great way to accessorise and decorate your conservatory, use rich brown and gold tones to blend in with the autumn scenery.

Cable knit throws and cushions – An autumn conservatory simply isn’t complete without cosy blankets, luxurious throws and plush cushions. As the colder nights start to draw in, spruce up your space with a sprinkling of cosy accessories – these are the perfect finishing touches to keeping your conservatory cosy as it gets colder.

It doesn’t take much to update your conservatory with the seasons. Simply follow the tips above and transform a cold conservatory into a cosy one. Autumn decor doesn’t have to be full on or fancy, simply use seasonal colours and add a few rustic touches to finish the look.

 

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