If you have been looking at conservatories in Manchester to add to your home, but do not know what style to go for, our look at the top trends for 2016 might help.
Here are some of the latest interior design ideas that will ensure your conservatory looks en vogue when you finally get it installed.
Modern vs traditional
Many people love the traditional Victorian and Edwardian-inspired conservatory designs with white-rimmed double-glazed doors and windows, and a slanted roof.
However, you might want to go for something a bit more contemporary, in which case floor-to-ceiling windows, bi-fold doors and flat roofs are all the rage. You want your conservatory to look like you’ve just stepped into your garden – without feeling the cold – so look for structures with glass beam roofs supported by brackets on the property’s brickwork, as well as seamless windows made of structural glass.
A green touch
The great thing about conservatories is that they attract the sunshine, which is great news for the green-fingered among you, as you can fill your sunroom with beautiful flowers.
Lush green plants and small trees are all the rage in conservatory interior design, while growing tropical fruits is also popular. Guava, jackfruit, pineapple or mango could be options you could consider for your conservatory, not only adding colour, but a lovely scent as well.
While conservatories used to be decorated very naturally, with an abundance of flowers, wicker chairs and wooden furniture, the emphasis is now on metallic features.
You could choose a cast iron table with a mosaic top, mirrored coasters or plant potholders, and copper fixtures such as light switches, clocks and lampshades.