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that sunrooms are a vital part of living in Brazil. "Sunrooms integrate the interior of the house to the exterior. They've become like a second living room, with some sunrooms taking up more and more surface area in someone's home," Brito says. The bold, striped furniture covers and area rug add high nautical
in this sunroom, which offers high drama with low commitment.
No matter what type you chose, weigh the pros and cons before making the leap. Being aware of the benefits and drawbacks can help you chose the right slipcover for you.
to this sunroom, which reflects its beachside location just two hours away from São Paolo.
materials. The sunroom features an earthen mud floor made from the soil of the site! The house employs passive solar design concepts; the sunroom, situated at the center of the house, captures the warmth of the sun and radiates it throughout the living spaces. With sustainable building techniques, sensitive attention
Sunroom fixed above awning windows below
There are sunroom styles available for every taste. I like this rustic look. Do you?
-foot sunroom is the only new addition to the house. "It used to be that the way the whole house functioned, the nicest views were from a bedroom but the bedroom didn't really open to the view," Parker says. "[Now] throughout the house there are linkages to the garden and landscaping." The floors are