We have put together 3 ways you can keep guests and family members occupied over the coming months inside the centrepiece of your home:
1. Host a dinner party
A conservatory or orangery is the perfect setting for showing off your best culinary efforts and dining in utter luxury. Suitably warmed and lit, the atmosphere will be unlike any other room in the house and be a place where everyone can regale each other with their very best tales, all whilst consuming some delicious fare.
For example, having the annual Christmas dinner in your home extension is the perfect excuse to get everyone around.
2. Host a games night
Do you still have an old working Nintendo or Mega Drive gathering dust in the attic? Perhaps you fancy throwing some unusual shapes on the Twister mat? Or how about digging out the buckaroo? Set them up within your conservatory or orangery, relive your youth and feel like a kid all over again for a few hours.
3. Host a kid’s party
Your kids will think you’re the best mummy and daddy in the world if you’re good enough to let them invite all their closest school friends round for party games in the conservatory. Rustle up a few treats, maybe even a cake, and dish out a few goodie bags that the little ones can take home with them. That’s one definite way of staying in their good books!
For those interested in the latest conservatory and orangery designs at Crystal Clear, visit our Hamilton showroom.
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