Both are fantastic choices as lounging and dining really is taken to the next level when you sample them within a home extension.
They aren’t your only options though. We have compiled a list of 5 other possibilities:
1. Home office
An explosion of mobile devices and greater access to Wi-Fi means that many of us can now work remotely away from the office. If you have an opportunity to do that then it would make sense to transform your conservatory into home office space where you can get work duties done in relaxing surrounds.
2. Place of business
Obtaining premises when venturing into self-employment can be expensive. Your conservatory could act as the home for your business and be accessorised accordingly to help save you money setting it up. Once it has become established and grown in size then you can always upgrade to a bigger office.
It is important to stay fit and healthy which means working out on a regular basis. If you don’t have the money to splash out on gym membership then convert your conservatory into a gym and purchase some second-hand weights and running equipment.
Your children may have so many toys and games that having a dedicated area where they can play and use them all may make sense. They will relish having their own special place.
5. Indoor garden
The very first conservatories were used as places for growing fruit so why don’t you be traditional and do the same. You could even grow a few flowers to give it some colour.
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