6 Ways To Use Your Conservatory

Being able to upgrade your home and include something as luxurious as a conservatory often feels like a treat! A lot of us long for a little more floor space at home, an extra room and yet are reluctant to pay the price of an entire extension on the home. Sometimes, adding a conservatory is the best option available and even though they initially originated as something only the wealthy could afford, this is no longer the case.

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There are so many ways you can use your conservator, so you shouldn’t ever feel like you only have one option for it. With the range of glass and heating options that are now on the ever-changing conservatory market, there are far more than just one way to use it. If there is a need to replace the glass on your Edwardian conservatory, and knowing there are companies out there that can do that is so reassuring! We’ve listed six of the best ways to use your conservatory here:


  1. Extra Lounge. Not every family home has a large lounge to benefit from and if your family is on the larger side, then the extra space will do you a world of good. The addition of an extra living room is helpful if you’d like a space to watch TV as well as a space to just relax with friends.
  2. Office Space. Working from home is so much easier when you have a dedicated space to work from. A study is usually the best option, but if you don’t have a study to work from, a conservatory can work just as well.
  3. Dining Space. Not every home has a dining space big enough to seat a family, or guests. A conservatory could easily change that by giving a dedicated place in the home purely for eating a delicious meal together.
  4. Play Room. When you have kids running around in the home, you could easily get lost among all their equipment, toys and games. Having a space purely for their play things frees up space in the other living areas in the house, meaning you are far less likely to step on that Lego!
  5. Sun Room. There’s nothing like basking in the sunshine with a great book and a cold drink. The thing is, when you’re forecast to have pelting rain, you can’t exactly sunbathe in the garden. Using the conservatory as a place to curl up with that book in a comfy chair means that you can sit in the sunshine on the good days, and listen to the rain under a cosy blanket on the days where the weather is not so promising!
  6. Gym. Lastly, your conservatory can double up as a workout room for those who need the extra room. Fit that workout it in easily without the treadmill or exercise bike cluttering up your living room or bedroom. It’s also a good way to shut yourself away from the house and concentrate on burning some calories!

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