If you haven’t already dug out your decorations and bought your Christmas tree, you best get a move on. With two weeks to go until the big day, it’s time to bring the Christmas spirit into your home, and that includes your conservatory too! Here are our top tips for improving your conservatory this Christmas.
Make it cosy
During winter, you can often find yourself avoiding the cold, dark evenings and instead, spending your time sitting by the fire and relaxing under a blanket with a hot drink. Anyone for a mulled wine? As your conservatory often sits beside your garden, you can utilise this space by creating a cosy hideaway for you and your family as you sit and watch the winter scenery in the comfort of your home. Throw in some blankets and extra pillows for added comfort. You can also fill your room with festive scented candles to make it extra snug, cinnamon and spiced fruits are a popular choice at this time of year.
Add Christmas decorations
Your conservatory can be the perfect place to put up the trimmings. A few fairy lights can create a warm and inviting ambience or why not feature your Christmas tree in your conservatory this year? We all look forward to that time of the year when the whole family gets together to kickstart the annual festivities by decorating the tree.
Could you do with some extra room in your Aberdeen home? Installing a multi-functional conservatory could do the trick, providing you and your family with more living space. Contact Bon Accord today to ask about our wide range of conservatory designs, styles, colours and glazing options.
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