When you think of your home conservatory, the first thing that comes to mind is probably flooring. But what kind? How much do you spend on it? These are all good questions, and we’re happy to help guide you through the options available. 

But before diving in and purchasing any particular type of flooring, take a moment to consider your personal needs and wants. If you’re looking into updating an older conservatory with vintage flair or just want to get something different in your living space, look into traditional wood or hardwood floors first. The benefit of both is that they can be durable and with a variety of designs to suit any taste. 

There are a lot of different types of flooring out there. From hardwood to carpet to vinyl, you have a bunch of different options when it comes to what kind of flooring you have in your conservatory. 

If you swap out your hardwood floors with something more modern and sleek, you might not want to remove the old ones again. Or maybe you’ve got some beautiful Oriental carpets in your conservatory but would like to update them with modern designs and colours as well. 

Or perhaps you just really like the look of certain types of wood or other natural material combinations. Whatever the case may be, you can choose from a variety of different flooring designs that will perfectly suit your conservatory without breaking the bank. Check out these top-notch examples!


Choosing the right flooring

To help decide which type of flooring is right for your conservatory, take a look at the room layout, the size of the space and the décor you want to incorporate into the room. 

In general, if the room is smaller than it is wide, stick to wood floors. If your room is larger than it is tall, you may want to consider all hardwood or laminate flooring, as well as marble, stone and wood—selecting the right type of flooring for the right type of home. 

1. Wooden flooring 

If you’re in the mood to add some real character to your conservatory, then wooden flooring is the way to go. It makes the space feel much larger and more open while looking very elegant and professional. Moreover, hardwood or laminate is usually a cheaper option, and it may take more time to install compared to timber or concrete floors. 

2. Concrete flooring 

Concrete is a classic for a reason – It works well in so many different situations and it’s easy to work with. You can get the look of concrete floors without the expense of a full-blown concrete floor. We recommend this look for smaller areas like the corners and upper walls of your conservatory. It would look great with multi-coloured plants and decorative baskets hanging from the ceiling. To create this floor look you would use aggregate, concrete mix or a combination of the two. 

3. Stained concrete or stone veneer flooring

Stained concrete or stone veneer is the classic choice for this type of flooring as it’s easy to maintain, lightweight, and inexpensive to buy in bulk. If your budget allows, a stain-resistant concrete or stone veneer flooring with wood trimming is a great addition to any room. It blends well with the existing decor and will easily enhance the space.

4. Parquet wood flooring 

If you’re looking for a more natural feel for your conservatory then a parquet wood flooring would be a perfect choice. The look and feel of a parquet or plank floor are very much based on your personal preferences. 

Parquet is a beautiful flooring choice that adds that classic feel to any room. This type of wood flooring is made from irregularly-layered wood pieces that have been glued together. This makes parquet floors harder to lay and more expensive to maintain but it also helps to create a more realistic and lifelike floor effect. You would use this kind of flooring in areas where a more organic look is required. This would look good with a neutral colour scheme and would complement existing furniture like sofas, chairs and tables.

5. Engineered wood flooring

If you’re in the market for something a little more up-to-date, check out engineered wood flooring. It’s often nylon-reinforced, which makes it more durable than traditional hardwood and the like. Many home improvement stores carry this type of flooring, and it can be used to cover just about any surface. 

While many people think of EWS when they hear the word wood flooring, the term can be applied to natural wood and even some synthetic alternative fibres. You can find a large variety of engineered wood flooring options, each with its advantages and disadvantages. You can choose from all sorts of different designs, patterns, and materials, each with its unique look and feel. 

6. Textured ceramic tile

If you’re looking for a more exotic look, check out the textured ceramic tile. This type of flooring is often more expensive than other types of flooring, but can easily be installed to match the conservatory theme. It’s also laminate flooring with a texture that gives the surface a more realistic feel. If you want something more modern, but still want the ability to change colours, patterns or designs on a whim, textured ceramic tile is the way to go!

7. Laminate flooring

A laminate floor is made from two layers of wood chips glued together with a bonding agent. The binders allow you to create a hardwood, textured flooring, or a soft, cushioned feel. You can choose from a huge variety of different designs, patterns, and wood types, allowing you to create a floor that looks exactly like what you have in mind. However, keep in mind that this type of floor is very delicate; it will easily chip, stain, and wear away if you don’t take care of it. If you don’t want to worry about damaging your flooring, choose a softer material instead, such as distressed wood, natural cork, or softish.

8. Gold-tone ceramic tile

If you’re looking for something more elegant, but don’t mind being a little more pricey, we recommend the gold-tone ceramic tile. This type of tile is often harder to find than other types of flooring and will add a unique touch to any room in your home. It’s a unique option when it comes to flooring in a modern home.

9. Teak floors

If you’re looking for a more formal feel for your conservatory then a teak wood flooring would be perfect. However, it’s not just parquet and plank that you can choose from; many other types of wood can be used in the construction of flooring. Teak is one of them and it is both flexible and strong. Moreover, it does not stain easily which is good news for those who want an almost finished floor.

10. In-floor heating 

If you get the chance to sit in a conservatory every day then you’re probably aware of how cold it can get. The solution to this is to have an in-floor heating system in your conservatory. These systems are generally powered by either electricity or natural gas and are perfect for cold climate areas

11. Terrazzo tile

If you’re looking for a more contemporary option for your conservatory, then a tiling option is worth a look. These floorings are typically made of ceramic or stone and are typically grained or painted. 

Elegant and simple, terrazzo tiles are one of the most classic flooring options for your conservatory. Within the granule is a fibreglass-based layer that is strong, durable and easy to clean. This is a great option if you want flooring that is easy to maintain but does not influence the look and feel of your other flooring.


The bottom line

So there you have it, 11 great ideas for your conservatory. Now all you need to do is find the perfect flooring and add some charm to your home. You’ll feel so much better knowing you have something beautiful to look at while you relax!