As recent weather conditions have varied from the bitter cold to the temperately mild, consumers may be hesitant to head to the great outdoors.
In light of this, the Daily Telegraph has made a number of suggestions on how to create a stylish living environment in a conservatory, so that it is possible to relax without being ravaged by the elements.
The publication recommends interior window shutters, which can provide a "peaceful backdrop" to a conservatory or orangery, while also providing glazed canopies to block out external noise and bright sunlight.
In order to create a soothing ambience as well as a touch of glamour within a glass structure, the publication recommends the inclusion of accessories such as candles and chandeliers.
Finally, vintage-style tumblers and carved plant stands are suggested as a means of finishing off a conservatorys stylish look.
Meanwhile, Apropos general manager David Waxman notes that a bespoke conservatory or orangery can increase light and add value to a home.