If you are fortunate enough to have a conservatory addition to your home then why not make this room even more comfortable and relaxing with the addition of some thin rugs. It is rare to see a conservatory with a carpet, more often than not because of the risk of it being ruined by the weather as it is so close to the garden. Thin rugs can be a great alternative as they can be located away from the garden door and are less likely to get ruined. The flooring in a conservatory can get quite cold and can even be prone to condensation so a thin rug is your best bet when choosing a rug for your conservatory.
The addition of some thin rugs to your conservatory can transform the look entirely depending on the colours and patterns of the rugs. Your conservatory can be given a relaxing and homely look with one thin area rug positioned in the centre, making your conservatory seem a lot more comfortable and warm. Rugs are well known for adding comfort and warmth to any room, so what better place to put one in an area purely built for comfort.
If you are looking for a thin rug merely for aesthetic appeal then opt for a heavily patterned oriental thing rug, or a geometric pattern for a contemporary look. If the decor in your conservatory is quite strong then it is advisable to harmonise with this and choose your rug based on the colours and patterns that already exist. If your furniture and decor is one colour and plain then you have a bit more leeway in choosing patterns and colours of your rugs. Traditional conservatories will benefit from having more traditional thing rugs, whereas modern conservatories will benefit from contemporary thin rugs.
As a conservatory is quite a natural place to be, with the sun shining in and a great view of the garden it is definitely an option to go for a naturally coloured thin rug. This can give a great summery effect without the added warmth.
Although your conservatory may not need to be kept warm in the summer they still need to be comfortable. Thin rugs are great in summer as they will not add too much warmth but will keep the element of style, ensuring your conservatory is aesthetically pleasing. Use one or several to cover the floors and even the walls and windows for extra cosiness and privacy.