A conservatory gives you the chance to extend your home in a unique and flattering way. Conservatories are a one off kind of space that adds qualities the rest of your home cannot give you. For example we look at conservatories for being incredibly light and airy meaning that even in the summer you can enjoy them as the glazing will reflect excess heat to keep it a cool temperature as well as allowing you to open the doors to welcome a nice breeze. When the winter arrives then you are still able to use your conservatory for whatever purpose initially desired.
We have seen some great examples of uses for large conservatories that split the purpose into two main uses. One of the most impressive we have seen was a split dining and living area which clearly splits it out to give it a larger feel.
Another great idea is to extend the kitchen into a conservatory with a dining area aside it to give perfect views of the garden and have sociable cooking, dining experiences on a regular basis.
Dividing your conservatory up into two spaces gives it a more open feel and obviously more inviting for more people as they can be lounging in the living space whilst others dine or complete work in the home office which is beside the comfortable sofa area.
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