Here at Inspired Spaces, we are Manchester’s leading conservatory, sun room and orangery experts. And we help home owners and property developers create stunning home additions that will meet their requirements. But how can the right interior design elevate your orangeyr? And what are the important interior design considerations for any orangery?
What are the most important interior design considerations for any orangery?
For any orangery, there are a number of different design considerations to take into account, including for the interior decor. These include:
- The colour scheme- an orangery home extension can be a great option for any property, and when decorating this, you have the perfect opportunity to use bold colour choices, and really put your personality into the design. For any orangery, the colour choices you make can define the space itself. An orangery generally provides a neutral backdrop, and with a neutral flooring, you can use any colour combination for dramatic, bold effect. You should consider the design style of the space, before selecting a colour combination, as this can help determine the textures, patterns and styles of furniture and accessories, which can narrow down your colour choices. You should also consider the ways that colour can be used to define different areas within the orangery itself.
- The furniture style- the style of the furniture plays an important role in the overall design of any space. Contemporary style furniture will have fewer flourishes and embellishments than traditional furniture, and will typically use straight lines and edges, along with minimalist design to create the right effect. Alternatively, for a rustic effect orangery, natural materials like timber and stone will be essential for creating the perfect finish with the furniture. For a more traditional style orangery, you should consider traditional style furniture.
- Open plan design- if your new orangery is to be open plan, you will need to consider all the nuances of the open plan system, including the creation of zonal areas. Colour schemes can help with this, as well as flooring and lighting choices. Creating a space that has a practical flow, and divides one open room into comfortable sections, can be very important for any orangery interior design.
- Flooring- there are a wide range of flooring option for any orangery, including tiles, hardwood, laminate, lino, and even carpet. Tiles are probably the most practical option, as these are naturally waterproof, easy to clean, and do not require much maintenance. For a room that leads directly to the garden, these qualities are essential. Tiles are also available in a range of styles and textures, including those that are created to look like natural stone or timber, for a realistic, and attractive finish to any orangery space.
For more information or for professional advice about your new sun room or orangery, get in touch with the team today, here at Inspired Spaces.