1 June 2018
Conservatories make beautiful sunrooms, however there are many other ways you can make the most of your space. More often we are seeing our happy customers using their conservatory as an extension to their home, converting it into a room in its own right.
Toys taking over the house? Turn your conservatory into a dedicated play space for the kids to play ‘til their hearts are content. Your kids will love having their own den and you’ll enjoy less clutter and sticky hand marks around the house. With easy access to the garden it’s also a great way to encourage the kids to get outside for some vitamin D!
2. Games Room
It’s not just kids that love to play. Game rooms are becoming a popular use for converted conservatories for even the big kids! You can create a social space with a pool table, games consoles, beer fridge and comfy sofas. Perfect for getting the gang round or simply getting away from the rest of the house after a long day.
A tiled roof conversion will allow you to use your conservatory all year round, making it the perfect space for a cosy night in, even in the coldest of winters. Decorate with a soft rug, fluffy throw and wide screen tv…put up the feet and relax! Your CosyRoof is weatherproof & will reduce the rain noise too – less distractions from your favourite show.
Contrary to popular belief your conservatory can be turned into a bedroom! Previously a conservatory could never be used as a bedroom due to the amount of condensation and heat loss in the winter. However, a solid tiled roof will keep your conservatory comfortable throughout the year, making a unique space bedroom.
5. Dining room
Fancy some al fresco dining? No matter the weather, enjoy views of the garden over your meal. This bright fresh space will impress guests and give you an excuse to get the family to sit down together for dinner. A CosyRoof will keep your conservatory at comfortable eating temperature all year round, not too hot in the Summer or too cold in winter.
6. Art Studio
For creative types a conservatory filled with light and surrounded by beautiful views is the ideal space to get inspired. Whatever your craft, you can enjoy the serenity of the outdoors without the risk of getting rained on or your creations blowing away in the wind.
7. Home office
More and more people are working from home as we see businesses shift towards remote and flexible working. A conservatory allows a space separate from the rest of the house to focus on work. A vibrant working environment with natural views may also reduce stress levels and allow for a pleasant eye break.
According to a recent survey 6% of conservatory owners use theirs as a gym. A home gym is a valuable extension to your home – particularly if you can’t get out to the local gym with small children. It’ll also save you money on costly membership fees. A CosyRoof means it won’t get too hot to work out in the Summer like a glass roof would.
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