Did you know conservatories designs are originated from orangeries? Orangeries can compliment your property without drastically the main design of your home. In addition, it can enhance your home by adding more warmth and insulation. The classic orangeries have come back in popularity in recent years, and it does not seem to be slowing down!
Look below for some fresh spring ideas to re-energize your orangery…
As the natural sunlight beams through the glazed roof, having indoor plants can add something special to your private space. With spring beckoning, how can you not be allured by the fresh scent of spring flowers? Try flowers such as orchids and African violets, and Azaleas.
You can even grow trees indoors such as oranges, lemons and even cherries! For something low maintenance, consider succulent planters, and trailing plants such as ivy.
Floral prints are back in revival this year! It can enhance the botanical appearance borrowed from the outdoors all year around.
Have a browse through our orangery furniture selection for a wide choice of rattan furniture for that natural look and instant comfort throughout the seasons.
To make further use of your orangery all year, adding lighting can bring a warm glow to your home in the evenings. Have a look at some floor lamps for lighting to suit your needs, particularly vintage style lamps if you want to stay on trend.
Otherwise, consider investing in dimmable downlights for that ambience and cosy atmosphere as you see fit.
Give your orangery a new lease of life by replacing or adding soft furnishings such as cushions and blankets for that extra level of comfort.
You can stick to neutral tones to allow other colours from your indoor planters, and floral printed furniture to pop out around the room. Consider adding a neutral tone coloured rug to add further insulation, or even a bookcase so you can enjoy reading in your secluded environment.
If you want to switch it up and entertain your guests, don’t be afraid to add bold prints and colours through artworks around the walls to create a lively atmosphere.