in the sunroom. Since too much greenery distracts from the actual foliage outside, it's best to stick to one or two anchoring plants. This sunroom goes a little further by having furniture fabrics and textiles that mimic the outdoor color palette.
spot, a sunroom bathed in light. "This room is a sanctuary room, full of sunlight," says Hallberg.Designer tip: While these window treatments are custom, Hallberg recommends adding a colored tape border to get a custom look using premade retail window treatments. Wingback: Hickory Chair; chandelier: Currey
with your sunroom and transform it into an all-glass space known as a solarium. It can be a large investment, but these breathlessly beautiful spaces allow you to get nice and toasty, basking in sunlight from every angle and in every season.
A sunroom that can be used year-round sits just off the family room and kitchen. The floor-to-ceiling windows allow sunshine to fill the room. A wood-burning fireplace and TV also make for a cozy place to watch a movie. Patio furniture: Janus et Cie
Nice to have light opaque curtains all the way around a sunroom, for privacy.
This room feels like a real part of the house and like a true room - not just a sunroom
shades. Sunrooms get sunny, of course. They tend to boast floor-to-ceiling insulated glass windows and doors. Even if you have high-quality windows and doors, the space may still get overheated. Curtains or shades are must-haves to make sure that you don't overheat as you browse home design photos and