A Conservatory is an essential part of any house in England. This is because it helps the family absorb some natural light on the coldest, wettest weekend, and creates an extra room too. Unfortunately, not everybody has the same tastes, and some extensions are downright ugly. Before you are tempted to break yours down and start again, or call in landscaper quotes, here are a few ideas that may form a simpler solution:
That Outside View
An ugly first impression can be a deal-breaker on the sale of any house. This is because most buyers stretch themselves to the limit and have no extra cash to fix things up. Consider the picture on the right – to my mind this looks like a standard model just brought in and put down, and without any attempt at landscaping either.
I would do two things immediately. Get rid of that awful pink in the roof, and soften the edges with some plants. In the second picture, notice how a modern conservatory blends with a traditional home through clever use of greenery.
A perfect conservatory should look like an English Country Garden brought inside the house. It is also the perfect place to grow flowering tropical plants. Put these two ideas together and you have the perfect way to disguise an imperfectly built interior (and improve the view from the outside too). Landscapers London bound recommend doing this is terms of a master plan so things work out perfectly.
When you use these tips creatively, you may be able to extend the life of your ugly extension without using an expensive architect, and may even learn to love it. If you need assistance with ideas for plants, you can find a landscaper on Mr-Skill.