• Oct


  • By Indeluxe Windows

Best Colour Schemes For Traditional And Modern Conservatories

Over the years, conservatories have become more and more popular, becoming people’s favourite room in their house.

A conservatory is a perfect place for relaxation and enjoying quiet time.

Like any other room in your home, the right colour scheme can completely transform your conservatory and create a certain ambience. 

But it’s not always easy to choose the right colour scheme for your style of conservatory. 

Don’t worry, our team are at hand to walk you through some of the best colour schemes for traditional and modern conservatories so you can make the right colour choice. 

Colour schemes for modern conservatories 

  1. Simple White 

 Creating a sense of space and an airy and bright feel, white is a perfect colour for conservatories. 

Decorating your conservatory with white furniture helps to achieve a classic and minimalist look that suits the modern aesthetic

However, when styling your conservatory in white, you have to make sure your conservatory doesn’t look too clinical. We suggest adding hints of other colour tones.  

  1. Sophisticated Grey and White

Grey and white are a colour pairing that compliment each other perfectly,

Whilst the grey stands for sophistication and class, the white helps add brightness and airiness. 

However you choose to pair them, it is hard to go wrong with a white and grey colour scheme. 

  1. Darker Tones 

If you’re looking to add a sense of depth to your conservatory then using darker colours is a great choice. 

Making a subtle statement, darker tones provide a sleek and modern look. 

Colour schemes for traditional conservatories 

  1. Natural Green 

Green works perfectly with the relaxing element of conservatories by providing a soothing and calm environment.

It is said that nature has a calming effect on people, the same can be said for a green colour scheme as it helps to bring the outside into your conservatory. 

Your conservatory not only becomes an extension of your home but also an extension of your garden. 

  1. Warm Cream

Cream is similar to white in the way that it promotes the feeling of airiness and light whilst being easier on the eye. 

Being softer than white, cream suits more traditionally-styled conservatories. 

  1. Bold Colours 

Experimenting with bold colours like yellow or orange can help to create a warm yet striking aesthetic. 

You might feel unsure about going bold with bright colours but you shouldn’t be afraid of them! Play around with different shades until you find the look that you’re after. 

Choosing the right colour scheme can create the atmosphere that you’re looking for. 

Whether you opt for a bright and bold look or a gentler colour scheme, it is just as important to choose a trusted conservatory installer when installing a new or replacement conservatory. 

At Indeluxe, we have over 25 years of experience in the trade so you can be assured that an installation carried out by Indeluxe is one you can depend on. 

We pride ourselves on quality workmanship and providing high customer satisfaction. 

If you’re looking for a new or replacement conservatory in Cheltenham and Gloucestershire, look no further than Indeluxe. 

Contact the Indeluxe team today for advise or for a free quote.  

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