Big plants and blue walls and curtains bring the outdoors right into this appealing sunroom. There's a glass-topped table for afternoon tea (or morning coffee) and the room connects to the backyard via sets of French doors.
Light floods in from the skylights and oversized windows in this modern, white sunroom. Brick walls are painted white and showcase a modern black-and-white painting just above the modern white sofa and wicker, cushioned armchairs.
Visiting guests can relax on cushioned furniture and enjoy scenic views in this sunroom filled with natural light from floor-to-ceiling windows. A green patterned area rug ties all the floral-inspired pieces together.
Jamie Steele is an artist and curator who lives in a charming Atlanta bungalow in the Peachtree Hills neighborhood of Buckhead. Her home also features an art gallery, Camayuhs, where she curates exhibitions of artists from Atlanta and around the country.
This home's open floor plan leads from the kitchen and breakfast room to a heated sunroom that can be used in any season. A patterned rug anchors a seating area in the sunroom. A large range hood on the stone wall vents smoke, heat and odors from the cooking surface underneath.
Bright, blue furniture and complimentary, striped wallpaper give this traditional sunroom a bright and airy design. A white lantern-inspired pendant light hovers above the dark wooden coffee table and neutral area rug. Two white bookcases flank a window with an interior view.
The entire sunroom was painted the same neutral color to effectively make the traditional art collection stand out. The Victorian floor tile is a focal point, so smaller sisal rugs were specified for the seating areas.
This sun room offers the family another great space to relax. With a wall full of windows, the family can enjoy the sunshine without the worry of bugs or woodland creatures disturbing their peace. On the adjacent wall, more windows allow occupants of this room to remain a part of the goings on in the house, while still enjoying the tranquility of nature.
Designer Killy Scheer used plants to accessorize this sunroom, including a snake plant and a fiddle leaf fig. Large windows let natural light spill onto the black-and-white tile floor and shiplap walls.