Hearthstone Farm - SunroomTraditional Sunroom, Boston

Photo by Randy O'Rourke

Example of a mid-sized classic carpeted and white floor sunroom design in Boston with a standard ceiling and no fireplace —  Houzz
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geati wrote:May 2, 2012
  • kdoske
    They open like the attached photo. Works really good on patios because the doors act as a big flap the let's in a nice breeze.
  • kdoske
    Well I think that's what these doors are anyway...
marg1212 wrote:July 28, 2014
  • quiltergramma

    Appears to be beadboard/wainscoting. We had that on our porch of our 1903 home

deegs1375 wrote:January 23, 2013
  • Mary Simpson

    I don't understand why Frank Shirley architects write a description instead of all these obvious questions. It's great to get the idea but I thought this website provided technical information and sourcing info?

nwhiteking wrote:May 28, 2013
    pixey wrote:May 16, 2013
      taamland wrote:March 28, 2013
        jeremyamy1 wrote:January 6, 2013

          What Houzz contributors are saying:

          tiffanycarboni
          Tiffany Carboni added this to Antique Sewing Machines: Tailor Made for Nostalgic DecorSeptember 4, 2013

          This sunroom has an antique sewing table minus the machine. The dark colors nicely offset the resounding whites.

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

          9. Whimsy. You can use this room as an opportunity to be playful with thrifted finds and salvaged pieces you don't deem appropriate to display in your formal spaces. Find new uses for an antique sewing table or fruit crates, for instance.

          lolalina
          Laura Gaskill added this to Morning Nook Tips for Sleepyheads to Get-Up-and-GoersFebruary 19, 2013

          Spruce up your sunporch. If you have a sunporch (also called a three-season room), look for ways to freshen it up to make it more appealing to use every day. Painting the floors and ceiling pale hues will help amplify the light, and comfortable furniture is a must. If your porch furniture has seen better days, consider reviving it with a coat of paint and restuffing the seat cushions.

          What Houzzers are commenting on:

          julia_markowski28
          Julia Markowski added this to BronsonFebruary 12, 2020

          Nice French doors and I like the curtain rails above them??

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