Redo your room like this, and you’ll never leave the house again.
Neither indoors nor out, sunrooms and screened porches offers the best of both worlds. Whether you’re taking a midday summer nap, or want to enjoy the great outdoors in winter, a sunroom is a sanctuary-like space that demands relaxation.
A sunroom goes on every dream home checklist, and if you’re lucky enough to own one, then it deserves the same decorating and design treatment as your other favorite rooms in the house. If you love this trend or simply looking to give your current space a refresh, keep scrolling for a little sun-filled inspiration.
ADD HANGING CHAIR
Now you can lounge around in a hammock no matter what the weather is outside. A rattan hanging chair is the ultimate coastal cool accessory.
Put your green thumb to work by turning your sunroom into a designated gardening hub. Equipping a small table with some tools and planters completes the greenhouse transformation.
Can you ever own too many throw pillows? Some chic cushions and a strategically placed ottoman turn a bare corner into a comfy hangout zone. Just imagine bringing your morning coffee out there.
SMART WINDOW TREATMENT
It may be a sunroom, but don’t let a blinding glare ruin your cozy spot. This woven shades filter bright light in this sunroom.
MOVE YOU OFFICE “OUTSIDE”
Are you lucky enough to have a job where you can work from home? Creating an office in the sunroom such as this cool space can make those long workdays that much more pleasant.
Dining chairs sidle up to a sleek dining table in this sun-dappled space. With plush pillows in the banquette and a cushion on every seat, you’ll want to hang at brunch that much longer.
This sunroom also functions as the entrance to a house in Edinburgh. Pairs of glass doors and windows create an indoor-outdoor flow. This way, the room really feels more like a patio.
Comfy seating is a must, but what takes this space to the next level is a two-tiered drink cart stocked with the essentials. Cheers to that!
If you want to make your sunroom feel like an extension of your home, this all-white color scheme has a chic, living room-like feel. Styling a monochromatic white room can help a space feel open and breezy and offers a high level of versatility that should suit almost any sunroom.
HANG A HAMMOCK
You can’t help but feel like you’re on vacation the minute you lay down in a hammock, so why not indulge in an indoor one and get a dose of that relaxed feeling all the time?
Since a solarium already benefits from ample natural lighting, you can focus your energies on finding the perfect furniture and accessories for the space. With indoor/outdoor living and nature-inspired design on the rise, it’s no wonder we’re gonna be seeing more and more stunning transitional spaces in our newsfeeds.