There is some evidence to suggest that the colours we surround ourselves with play an integral role in how we lead our daily lives and interact with others. If you are planning to add a modern conservatory to your home, you can now choose from a wide range of coloured fascias to suit your tastes and the overall aesthetic of your home. This uPVC is coloured not by the more traditional method of spray painting, but with coloured foils to deliver a more resistant, natural and attractive finish.
While most homeowners settle for traditional white conservatories, it is actually possible to choose from an impressive palette of colours. The specialist foil wrapping can completely transform a home, as it is used to colour all the major components of a conservatory. More durable and attractive than paint, coloured foils deliver a premium look that is perfect for integrating a conservatory into a home.
This system gives homeowners the option of personalising a home extension in a way that many other conservatories simply can’t offer. The colours available have been selected according to expert research into the various shades that are now possible in order to provide a range that is most likely to make people feel safe and relaxed. Homeowners can choose from an extensive range of foils, including a collection of browns, greens, greys and black. And because these coloured foils can have a wood grain texture, you can create a stunning addition to your home that can blend seamlessly with its surroundings.
The roof can also be foil wrapped for an outstanding aesthetic. In fact, almost every aspect of a conservatory can be transformed in this way, including radius ends, fascia claddings and ridge bodies. The result is a stunning addition to any home that has the look of high-quality, painted wood. And because of the hard-wearing nature of the foil wrapping, damage and blemishes during the installation process are reduced to an absolute minimum.
The stunning texture and durability of coloured foils give homeowners options, regardless of whether a traditional or contemporary aesthetic is required, ideal for those who care greatly about the little details when choosing a look that best suits their home. One of the major challenges to overcome when adding a conservatory to an established home involves blending it in with its surroundings. And thanks to the exceptional range of colours that are now available, that challenge can now be overcome with ease.