If you’re looking to decorate your conservatory but can’t decide what direction to go in, we’re here to help. You’re likely to spend a lot of time in there as it gets closer to summer, so it’s important that you create a space that you can enjoy and relax in. We’ve pulled together our top 4 favourite conservatory decor themes for you to consider, so whether you’re starting from scratch or just revamping, there is something for every style and budget.
Shabby chic is such a popular theme due to it’s timeless and elegant feel. It is ideal for a conservatory as it accentuates the fresh, delicate and pretty aura of the garden. The colour scheme to go for here is cream or off white as a base colour, with the occasional pastel colour or vintage floral pattern. Opt for white rattan furniture and accessorise with decor items such as photo frames, vases, lanterns and wild flowers dotted around the room. Add a throw, a couple of scatter cushions and drape some fairy lights to complete the look.
Introducing a tropical theme into your conservatory is a great way to showcase your colourful personality, especially if you want to achieve a fresh and breezy beach vibe. Opt for bold prints to stand out against earthy rattan furniture as a base. This theme is all about textures, natural materials and vibrant colours, so focus on exotic woods, coral, palm trees, shells and bamboo. Make sure you use lots of plants and flowers throughout to emphasise the airy, light and natural feel of the room.
The monochrome style is very modern and minimalistic, with a contrasting black and white colour scheme throughout. Make sure you keep clutter to a minimum to comply with the fresh and open ambience. Stick to white furnishings and floors and add dramatic black statement accessories like cushions or vases. There is always the option to add that extra something to draw attention, such as an animal print rug or inject a pop of colour by introducing a single bright cushion, one coloured wall or a coloured lampshade. You can play around with this theme to make it as interesting and vibrant as you wish, especially seen as it is so easy to change around and alter.
This theme is ideal for spring/summer and is the perfect way to incorporate your garden into your home, essentially bringing it inside. A subtle statement floral wallpapered wall does this wonderfully, especially when coupled with rattan furniture and warm colours. However, introducing a floral twist to your conservatory can be as easy as placing down a rug, putting up some curtains or finding the perfect floral statement chair rather than redecorating.