Guest Picks: Nature-Inspired Sunroom
This would look so charming hanging in the corner of a sunroom on warm summer evenings.
To balance out all of the colorful pillows below, I'd throw in this neutral nature-inspired one.
I love bamboo, and this little plant stand is practically made for a light-filled sunroom.
There are so many possibilities for light fixtures in a sunroom, but I really like the imperfect shape and texture this one provides.
Spanish for "You are my sky," this colorful graphic pillow feels like the perfect burst of color.
I have always wanted a little geometric planter to hang somewhere in my house, and if I had a sunroom full of windows, I'd consider something like this.
I'm always drawn to little objects like this candleholder. It's modern and fun, perfect for lighting candles on a summer evening.
I love how the addition of a patterned rug can make a room pop. This one provides a beautiful earthy feel.
One of the details I love most in sunrooms are windows covered in sheer curtains. It looks so light and airy.
I would love to have a neutral sofa in a sunroom and fill it with colorful pillows like this one.
I would add this vase to a sunroom for an earthy yet modern vibe.
I like this square leaf print cushion. It'd help bring a little nature into the room.
I think there's nothing better than adding a nice mirror to reflect even more light.
These curtains seem like a nice option if you'd like something sheer but still subtly patterned.
I love the rustic/industrial look of this bench. Seems perfect for lining up plants in front of the windows.
This textural seat/stool would work really well in a sunroom. I can picture it floating around as a little side table too.
The calming sea colors of this cushion seem perfectly suited for my dream sunroom.
I can totally picture these on a side table or wall shelf in a room full of windows.
The yellow half of this pillow provides the perfect dose of cheerfulness.
If there's already a lot of color in the room, you can't go wrong with a neutral rug. Plus, the stripes on this one make it feel beachy.Next: 11 Elements of the Perfect Sunroom