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Things to consider when planning your bespoke conservatory

July 4, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Gardening

Bespoke conservatories and orangeries can add glow and warmth to your home and life. This new space can not only change the look, feel and layout of your home but also change your lifestyle and how everyone enjoys your house. After a long day at work, when you return home, wouldn’t it be nice to be able to spend some time in a nice bright room with your family, enjoying the weather rather than everyone being in their own separate rooms or sat watching TV. The ideal location for planning a family get together is this large, beautiful and bright area – even if the weather is not very nice.

If you are planning to add a bespoke conservatory or a garden room to your home, here are a few important points that you need to keep in mind. The first point that anyone should consider when they start to plain their conservatory is that the new conservatory should not violate any building regulations or laws. After confirming on this point you can actually start planning your new bespoke conservatory.

There are plenty of companies that will offer a complete design and manufacture process for you new bespoke conservatory. Select a company that provides high quality materials and installation along with proper technical guidance to design a perfect home conservatory. Then you need to measure accurately all dimensions for your conservatory with the help of professionals from your selected company.

With a bespoke conservatory, the options are endless. No matter what type of style or size you want, you can have it as the conservatory is bespoke to you! Take a while to browse through different styles of conservatories that you know you have made the right choice in style. When the company is designing your new area, they will be sure to keep the style and design of the rest of the house in mind so that the conservatory looks like it is supposed to be there. The windows and doors are the main things to look for as these should match up with the rest of the house or it will stand out like a sore thumb. Taking this into account will ensure that the house looks great with the conservatory added.

The final point to think about is what the conservatory is going to be made out of. This factor will not only dictate how the conservatory looks, but also how long the conservatory will last and how much it will cost to build in the first place and how much it will cost to maintain.

A conservatory is an amazing extension to any house and can be used in a range of different ways, depending where it is being built. Decorate it just as a sitting area, a dining room, a study room or even as a kitchen, and enjoy the beauty of outdoor atmosphere in the indoor comfort.

Vale Garden Houses design and manufacture handmade conservatories, orangeries and roof lights which allow you to create an added area, or expand an existing room to provide the extra needed space. As well as conservatories and orangeries, the Vale Garden Houses group also covers conservatory furniture and floor grilles, bronze windows and now through VelaCici offers bespoke kitchens, bathrooms and bedrooms. You can read more tips here.

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