This family’s sunroom is so popular that it’s rendered the actual family room virtually unused. It is officially the family’s favorite place to hang out. The room actually just received what we like to call a “facelift” this past summer. The spacious sectional, motorized shades, art, tables, rug and pillows are all new additions. As a self-proclaimed texture fanatic, I added grasscloth to the ceiling just to get one more natural element into the room. For this family, I built a tone-on-tone foundation with lots of texture and added in color with pillows and accessories.
Keeping a small space tidy when you have lots of stuff doesn’t have to be an epic challenge. With these easy adds and clever storage ideas you can control clutter AND make daily clean ups a whole lot easier for everyone.
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.
An armrest organizer is a great way to save space and keep devices from getting damaged or misplaced. Set the house rule that phones, tablets, and remotes STAY in the organizer and you’ll have zero drama next time you go to turn down the volume and take that phone call.
To create a cozy yet sophisticated look, don’t just rely on overhead fixtures. Layer lighting throughout the room via table lamps, sconces, and floor lamps. Put a few on dimmers to change up the mood of the room.
Gorgeous and Lively Springtime Sunroom With Floral Prints and Tile Fireplace
Walls of windows ensure that plenty of sunlight reaches this colorful sunroom. Wicker furniture and gorgeous full window planters bring a springtime outdoor feel inside. A floral sofa and decorative tile fireplace surround add finishing touches on this enjoyable design.
This eclectic sunroom features paneled ceilings, custom Roman shades and peppy sage-and-white trim that makes the millwork pop. Modern chairs team with a woven sofa and reclaimed wood-topped coffee table for an effect that's casual yet effortlessly chic. The once dark and dated farmhouse is now open and airy, with a contemporary color palette and tons of natural light.
A light-filled sun porch provides year-round access to the beautiful waterfront views at this charming Cape Cod-style home. The house, on Massachusetts' Chapoquoit Island, features water views from every room. In this space, paneled walls continue onto the ceiling, adding to the beachy-casual yet elegant vibe.
Natural light reflects off of crisp, white walls and a whitewashed wood ceiling in this bright, cottage sun room. An eclectic assortment of pillows sit atop a white and black bench with a furry throw. Magazines are kept nearby in a wooden bowl for lazy weekend reading.
Transitional Sunroom with Unique Pieces that Add Function and Interest to the Space
The back half of the sunroom features many functional features. From the wall of windows and the Nano door that leads to the outdoor dining room to the twenty foot long window seat, designers cleverly used every inch of the space in order to create a room that was cozy and stylish while mixing in unique pieces, such as the mirror with the coral eglosmise frame above the chest and the black tables in front of the window seat, add interest to the space's design.
Cheerful Sunroom Features Bright Yellow, Green & Floral Motif
Cheerful yellows and greens, floral and graphic patterns and a houseplant used throughout the room bring to life this stunning and bright sunroom. With a spectacular view of the butterfly garden, the sunroom is a perfect place to relax after working outside or entertain guests in the evening.
A fresh minty green called "Restful" (SW 6458) from the HGTV Home paint collection by Sherwin-Williams evokes an airy coastal feeling in this bright sunroom. The table coated in "Rapture Blue" (SW 6773) draws the eye further into the space. Botanical prints hang on the paneled walls, lending to this coastal cottage feel. An eclectic mix of wicker and traditional furniture in whites, neutrals, and blues sets the tone for the casual space. White curtains allow for plenty of natural light and a white throw rug over hardwood flooring anchors the room.