With summer well and truly upon us, there has never been a better time to refresh the look and feel of your conservatory. Whether you wish to make a few small changes or a total overhaul, there is something to suit every taste and budget. 2013 is all about vintage country style and bright bold prints. Purchasing a few key pieces of furniture can make all the difference to the conservatory and beyond.
For those wishing to make a bold statement, this season’s top two tones are blue and emerald green. Both strong colours, when used with natural furniture, they can give a calming effect to any room. Bright aqua coloured scatter cushions teamed with contemporary or classic styled furniture can instantly update any space.
For a rustic country feel, another top trend for 2013 is using natural materials. Wicker, banana leaf and rattan furniture can give a conservatory an earthy look and feel. You can get a good idea of styles currently available from Homelifedirect.co.uk. Combining differing textures such as cotton, wool and felt can give a room textural elegance.
Floral blooms and patterned fabrics are a must-have for summer style. Adding scatter cushions, floral curtains and brightly coloured throws to your conservatory can transform the look of any space. Include a selection of soft, feminism designs to make any room look new and contemporary. Bright pinks, reds and pastel shades work well against natural materials, with neutral block coloured pieces of furniture working well with any busy fabric.
For an attractive and dreamy feel to your conservatory, gentle pastel shades have the ability to make any space look cosy and comfortable. Adding soft coloured pieces in light sherbet shades will make the space appear larger and more open. Cheery mint greens, buttery yellows, pale pinks and luscious lilacs will give the room a holiday edge and a whimsical feel. Lighter colours in the conservatory help to bring the outside in and make the room an attractive place to spend time.
With so many wonderful styles to chose from, 2013 is about getting away from too much beige and white. A splash of colour can update the look of space, keeping the room looking both fresh and stylish. Whilst key pieces of furniture chosen wisely will continue to look the hight of interior fashion for many years.