1. Flower power
With summer approaching, it’s easy to create a hothouse feel in your conservatory with exotic flowers and plants. Look for unusual shaped planters, big and small, to house lush, green plants – you can never have too many! Create extra interest with a couple of hanging baskets inside.
2. Pretty pastels
This is an easy look to achieve using calm, pastel hues which will suit most interiors. Think shades of ice cream and sweets and you get the general idea. Pops of colour in mint, pink, blue, lemon or lilac cushions work particularly well against green or grey sofas.
3. Seventies style
The 1970s is a big influence in interior design this season but that doesn’t mean everything has to be orange! Instead, go for eye-catching retro patterns on fabrics, furnishings and accessories which are sure to brighten up your conservatory
This year, rattan is making a big comeback, not just in furniture but also in lighting and accessories. It’s tactile, eco-friendly and perfect for any living space, especially the conservatory or garden room. Look for a couple of tub chairs, a sofa or even a stylish rattan rocking chair.
It seems we still can’t get enough of the hand-made look so accessorise your conservatory with one-off designs. Hand-thrown pots, hand-knitted or crocheted throws and cushions, and unique holiday souvenirs are perfect. For the ultimate hand-made window dressing for your conservatory, choose Thomas Sanderson’s made-to-measure blinds or shutters.