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Christmas is on the way. Are you excited yet? 
Now that you have tidied away all your pumpkins and skeletons, it is time to start thinking about how to turn your conservatory into a glittering shrine to Santa. After all, the conservatory is the perfect place for it. 
Here are our top tips for turning your conservatory into a Christmassy Winter Wonderland. 

Think Nordic – red and white 

If there are two colours that sum up Christmas, it is red and white. If you have sofas in your conservatory, use some Scandi patterns in red and white to bring a Nordic feel to your conservatory. 
Bring in some festive cushions and create a really inviting atmosphere in your conservatory. 
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Have the ceiling dripping with fairy lights 

It might seem like a cliché to some, but nothing says Christmas more than fairy lights. Whether they are drizzling from the tree in your living room. or marking out the borders of your soffits and fascias, fairy lights are an important feature of Christmas. 
Your conservatory will look cosy and inviting when the dark evening rolls in and your sat beneath a twinkling starry sky of your own making. 

How about a conserva-tree? 

You may have a Christmas tree in your living room already, but if you really want to draw people into your conservatory for mince pies and brandy, then your pièce de resistance will be a colourfully decorated spruce. 
This will make your conservatory appealing for children of every age 
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Wood furnishings and ornaments 

Ornaments and little decorations really set a room off. It is those little details that add polish and pizazz to your home. To accompany the Scandinavian feel of red and white in your conservatory, add rustic wood decorations. 
By incorporating pinecones, wood and greenery, your conservatory will really start to look Christmassy. Your many visitors feel comfortable sitting in your Winter Wonderland 

Spray some snow on your windows 

The thing with fake snow, is that it is tempting to go overboard. You grab your spray cans of snow and before long your conservatory looks like it is surrounded by a cricket sight screen. A little bit of snow gathering in the corner of your windows does bring the magic of Christmas to life however, so feel free to add some snow to your windows. 
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Incense burners and candles 

Christmas isn’t just about the way things look. What makes a good Christmas is the flavours and fragrances that accompany the time of year. 
Some mulled wine scented candles, cinnamon incense sticks, or frankincense will help you create a room that you and your family will want to linger in on those cold evenings. 

Relax and enjoy 

Once you have finished decorating, there is nothing left to do other than make yourself a hot chocolate, and enjoy the atmosphere of your Christmassy Winter Wonderland. 
If you are considering installing a conservatory, contact us on 01604 947 146 today for a free quote. 
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