A Conservatory Is For Life, Not Just For Christmas
Your conservatory may have been a hive of activity over Christmas and New Year, but now that the decorations have been taken down and everyone has gone back to their work or studies some conservatories may be left unoccupied for prolonged periods.
This should not be the case, especially if your conservatory is properly insulated, as it could be utilised regularly from now until next Christmas.
A location for every occasion
Get full value out of your conservatory as the enjoyment derived from the luxurious surroundings it provides is something very special indeed.
Here’s how to frequently incorporate conservatory living into your lifestyle.
Several recent studies have shown that the traditional family Sunday roast dinner is sadly beginning to die out. It’s such a shame as it’s a great way for everyone in the house to catch up on the week’s events whilst tucking into some tasty meat and veg. Choosing the conservatory as the setting for what many would agree is the most important meal of the week will give the entire family every reason to get together at the conclusion of each week.
Spending quality time with your loved one doesn’t have to involve going out, particularly if the purse strings are tight. Set aside a nominated day for a ‘date night’ each week and when staying in transform your conservatory into a lush lovers pad. Dim the lights, scatter a few candles around the interior, cook a meal that will tantalise the taste buds of both of you, and sink into a comfy sofa in the arms of your partner.
With the rise of streaming services lie Netflix, Amazon Prime and things like Sky Store, there’s plenty opportunities to catch up on the latest blockbusters. So, get the popcorn and sweets in, draw the blinds and huddle around the TV in your own personal home cinema. You won’t even have to queue for a ticket.
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