Once used mainly as greenhouses by royalty and cities, conservatories have adapted to take on a wider more customizable role. They can be used for anything from a place to grow plants to a playroom for children. The unique factors of these sunrooms allow you to make use of it however you wish.
Many people use conservatories as sunrooms, or sitting rooms where they can go to relax and enjoy the best parts of the weather without having to put up with some of the worse parts. The sun beats down on these rooms, which are mostly glass. This is counteracted by special windows and doors, which help to combat the sun’s rays and keep the room an even temperature. These rooms can also be used as dining rooms with a view, or anything else you can think of. These heavily customizable sunrooms can be changed around to fit your liking. They come in various colors, designs, shapes, and sizes, to fit their function and your style.
Conservatories have been used since the 16th century when they were used as greenhouses to cultivate plants. Over the years they have seen changes and the list of their uses has been lengthened, but the overall idea remains the same. They are rooms, which simulate being outside without the harshness of actually being outside. They are great compliments to decks and help to add usefulness to backyards.