If you’re planning to make your conservatory a more usable and pleasant space next year by investing in new conservatory roofs in Liverpool, you may also want to update some of the other design features.
Country Living recently shared the top garden design trends for 2019, as identified by the Society of Garden Designers, and a number of them will work well in conservatories as well as our outdoor spaces.
Among them is a desire for what Joe Perkins describes as “sculptural” plants. These are houseplants that add some drama and structure to a space.
“The continuing rise in popularity of houseplants is being translated outside with exotic-style plants with architectural leaves and stems making bold statements inside and out,” he told the news provider.
You could continue this theme by doing some planting in your garden to mirror the types of plants you have in your conservatory.
The idea of indoor spaces spilling into outdoor spaces is another one that’s set to become even more popular next year. Think tiles instead of paving and the use of industrial and reclaimed materials in our gardens.
By following similar design trends in your conservatory as in your garden, you can make it feel like a seamless transition between the two spaces.
Of course you might also want to take inspiration from the top interior design trends, which Refinery29 recently shared. There will be a greater focus on art in our homes, the news provider suggested, while shades of “moody blues” will be popular when it comes to our interior decor.
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