Conservatory divider wall

4 Mar 2023
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Hi all,

I’m currently having to downsize and have found a lovely house within budget. However, as my eldest is at uni, I wanted to use the conservatory to use as his bedroom when he’s home for visits and my office when he is away. However, I need to section. It off, as to get into the garden you have to walk through the conservatory. So I need to add a wall and a door but of course, there isn’t much space for this. I’m wondering if anyone could advise the best way to go about it? It doesn’t need sound proofing, electrics etc.

Thanks in advance.

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B&Q do some pre-made room partitions, or you could whack up some simple timber stud partitions if you're DIY minded. Assuming it's a traditional conservatory you realise it will literally be either absolutely freezing or absolutely boiling hot, realistically useable as an office or sleeping accommodation about 5% of the time?
Yes, I’ve seen the room partitions, I just don’t think I would be able to have a door on it if I use those? Will look into getting a stud partition and see if that will work, thank you.
It’s not, it’s a brick based conservatory with an insulated roof. The current family use it all year round for their small children, so I’m not too worried about that aspect.
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