Best Wood To Use In Your Conservatory

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Furnishing a conservatory can be a difficult task, especially when you are limited in terms of your space and the amount of money that you have to spend. The great thing about conservatories is that they look out onto the garden and into the world, not to mention that they have plenty of light as well so you never really need to worry about the colours you are choosing. If you want your conservatory to look the best that it can be, you may want to consider white paint with some wooden furniture and accents. This is a great way to get it all done on budget and you will also find that it is a great way to keep your rooms looking light and bright, all the time.

Type of Wood

If you are going for white paint then you may want to consider maple or beech wood. This is because they complement each other perfectly and they are also very affordable to purchase as well. If you want to step things up a little bit, consider going for walnut but instead of painting the walls white, paint them cream. This will make the room feel much warmer and welcoming, but if you find that you experience a lot of heat anyway, you may be better off going for the first option instead.

Of course, wood comes in all different tones but it is a great way to accessorise your conservatory. Consider combining the wooden shelves and chairs that you choose with planters as this will really help to tie your theme together and it is a great way to get that cool, welcoming feel that really does deliver the summer fresh feel. Why not give it a go for yourself today.

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