In the sunroom, designers went for a classic blue and white palette mixed with natural linens, cotton canvases, materials that are durable and forgiving for this family's active lifestyle, and a sisal area rug to create a timeless, casual environment with an open, airy feel.
Neutral tiles laid on the diagonal ground this traditional sunroom. Beautiful windows surround the space, allowing in tons of natural light. A glass table surrounded by striped chairs is the perfect spot to dine with views of the outdoors.
The sunroom features painted brick floors, unadorned windows and a rugged fireplace surround. A mixture of rustic decor and tropical furniture creates a down-to-earth aesthetic that is perfect for this relaxed space.
A stacked stone fireplace and indoor grill are two features that bring distinction to this cozy sunroom. Though the room started as an outdoor patio with retractable shades, it evolved into an enclosed, climate-controlled space for the homeowners to enjoy lounging, grilling and watching TV. The design team kept the "outdoor room" feel by using indoor-outdoor furnishings, fabrics and materials.
Plush furniture and throws make this sunroom a cozy spot to relax at the lake house. An upholstered bench doubles as a coffee table, and glass doors provide quite the view and also bring in tons of natural light.
Another option for entertainment space is the Florida room just off the living room. In one corner of the space, a leather sofa and two chairs provide plenty of seating in this space, while a bar area in the other corner provides easy access to food, drinks and serving ware, creating the perfect place for a casual get together.
Strategic furniture groupings separate this waterfront home's sunroom into distinct living and dining areas. A window next to the indoor grill lets the cook enjoy the amazing views while tending to the meal.
Four plush armchairs provide comfortable seating in the freshly updated sunroom. The vaulted ceiling is a gorgeous detail that adds great height and contrast to the space. There's even a place to work thanks to the elongated, built-in desk.
As seen on Rehab Addict, Nicole Curtis removed pink curtains to allow the big, bright windows to let in lots of light. The white curtains and furnishings make the sunroom feel more peaceful and relaxing.