Classic Hyannisport Residence Sun RoomTraditional Sunroom, Boston

Example of a classic sunroom design in Boston with a standard ceiling —  Houzz
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Kathi Phillips wrote:Aug 29, 2012
  • lydiaf
    Troy Lighting has something similar in their Owings Mills style.
  • inkycat
    Nice room! I always thought it was bad design to have a window looking from a room into another room. I have been trying to avoid doing that with enclosing my deck.. So glad to see architects did it here.
mcnewman wrote:May 16, 2012
  • tblake418
    Where are the sofas from?
  • doddssa
    Where are the wicker sectional from and the cushions
abbie2846 wrote:Jan 19, 2012
menilges wrote:Apr 1, 2017
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    LDa Architecture & Interiors

    Hello! LDa provided the architectural services for this project and not the interior design. Unfortunately we don't have any of that information on file. Sorry!

hmiller1 wrote:Aug 22, 2011
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    Tonilynn Martin wrote:Aug 9, 2014
      Fran Wilson wrote:Feb 28, 2013
        turnipgreenz wrote:Jan 5, 2012

          What Houzz contributors are saying:

          yanicsimard
          Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to Use Wicker and Rattan for a Tropical Flavor All Year RoundSep 15, 2014

          Ultimately, the best way to really embrace the luxury-cottage appeal of wicker and rattan is to combine different forms of the two in one space. Take this example and try wicker chairs with rugged rattan tables. Or look for other unexpected places to add a natural twist to your home with a new material woven into your palette.More: How to Shop for FurnitureTell us: How do you use rattan and wicker in your own home? Share your pictures in the Comments section below.

          nataliemyers
          Natalie Myers added this to 11 Elements of the Perfect SunroomApr 9, 2013

          11. Simplicity. Don't overthink or overaccessorize your sunroom. A pretty and simple scheme is all that is needed, like in this somewhat nautical blue sunroom. Notice the framed art, hurricane lamps and flower arrangement added to make it feel homey.More: How to outfit your sunroomA Kit Greenhouse Becomes a Creative Private Office

          becky
          Becky Harris added this to Using Shells in Your DecorAug 15, 2010

          The shells are brought in on just a few subtle tiles on the coffee tables here.

          becky
          Becky Harris added this to Bring in Some Coastal Cottage Style to Your HomeMay 16, 2010

          The lantern-like sconce, wicker furniture and bamboo accents give this sunporch the easy-breezy feeling.

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          mary_clark14
          Mary Clark added this to Mary's ideasOct 14, 2018

          11. Simplicity. Don't overthink or overaccessorize your sunroom. A pretty and simple scheme is all that is needed, like in this somewhat nautical blue sunroom. Notice the framed art, hurricane lamps and flower arrangement added to make it feel homey.

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