A conservatory is a fantastic way of making the most of under-utilised outside space around your property. More than just giving your home an attractive additional downstairs room, it also enables you to better enjoy your garden come rain, shine, frost or snow!

At KLG Rutland we don’t simply produce standard conservatory sizes or designs – we give you options that inspire you to get creative and imagine the perfect conservatory for your individual tastes and requirements. Our job is to realise your dream – to make sure it will work, then craft it to your specifications. The combination of your ideas and our expertise and experience will create living space out of nothing, and produce a beautiful, practical home extension…

Obviously a big part of your imaginings will revolve around how you’re going to use your conservatory – there are so many possibilities! Some will favour the idea of an extra lounge, others an entertainment space. It could be a study, a games room or a kids’ playroom… even a utility area. To get your creative juices flowing, here are a few suggestions from the staff at KLG Rutland…


Garden room

Just add some wicker furniture, elegant pot plants and stylish stone flooring, and you’d be forgiven for thinking you actually were in your garden. Except that you’ll enjoy pleasant temperatures – shirtsleeves if you want – even in the winter.




Living room

Bathed in natural light, your conservatory – with a lovely warm wooden floor – would make a gorgeous second lounge. Comfy chairs, a coffee table, a smallish TV and maybe a music source would give you everything you’d need.



Breakfast room

There’s nothing better than sunlight streaming into a conservatory breakfast room to start the day with a smile.

Imagine a small, elegant breakfast table with a few chairs… then maybe a settee to sink back into with the morning paper. A weekend treat for most of us probably, but well worth the wait!



Diner extension

A dining room extension takes the breakfast room idea a stage further. Your conservatory can provide a stylish and spacious setting for dinner parties or ‘sit-down’ family meals. Gloriously airy in the daytime, blinds and soft lighting can transform the ambience to private and intimate at night… in an instant.


Utility room

It’s not all about luxury and relaxation though – conservatories can also bring important practicality to your living space. In fact using one as a utility room can be a remarkably inexpensive way of extending your kitchen. French doors and some durable, easy-to-clean chequerboard flooring will give the family truly sensible access to the garden: you’ll have plenty of room for those muddy wellies too!


Games room for all ages

If you’re into pool, snooker or table-tennis, a conservatory could be the perfect place to play! Blinds would come in handy for when the sun gets low. though… Alternatively the kids could make it their playroom. That way you’d get some peace and quiet in the house and all the mess might just stay in one place!


Cocktail bar

Having an in-house bar area is one of the more colourful uses you could put your conservatory to! It can offer a brilliant location for winding down with family and friends. A little bar could house all your drinks, nibbles and glasses, and there’d even be room for that barrel of home-brewed ale! Add a couple of occasional tables and some comfy seating… and voilà! Perfect, too, for dispensing hospitality at parties…




Whether you work from home, or just need a place to keep the computer, your conservatory presents a gorgeous light and airy space for a home office or den. Why stay cooped up in a tiny bedroom when you could be gazing out over the garden for inspiration…

The possibilities a conservatory brings to your home are limited only by your imagination. Time to get thinking? Want to find out more? View our online galleries, submit an online enquiry or visit showrooms at The Mill, Queens Road East in Beeston or Rutland House, Nottingham Road in Ilkeston.