Do you want to have a sunroom in your home? According to interior and bathroom remodeling experts, a sunroom doesn’t just act as a good source of natural light but also a versatile area where you can do all sorts of activities. Although a sunroom is already impressive by design, there are plenty of ways you can further improve how this area of your home will look. Here are a few tips on styling up your dream sunroom.
Use Subtle Colors With Accents
Most of the sunroom’s color will come from the light passing through the glass. In most cases, having a bold color palette could be too much especially during very sunny days. According to our experts, it would be better to use subtle colors as a base for the sunroom, with bolder colors used as accents to add personality to your dream sunroom. Good examples of subtle colors include white, beige, and very light shades of gray.
Bare Windows Can Work
It’s normal for most windows to have some form of window treatment, but windows in your dream sunroom can be the exception. Interior and kitchen remodeling experts say that one of the biggest things about the sunroom is having as much light inside your home, and window treatments kind of dampen that appeal, even when they are not covering the glass. No window treatments also mean you get a good view of the outside, which adds to the overall look of the sunroom. And speaking of a good view…
Set A “Viewing Area”
As the area with the most windows in your home, your dream sunroom is bound to give you a good look of the outdoors. You can take full advantage of this by setting the room’s layout in a way that gives you a “viewing area” where you can just sit back and relax as you appreciate the scenery outside, whether it’s your garden, the sunset, or, during clear nights, a view of the stars. A couple of chairs with an end table facing the windows would make for an easy, low-cost setup.
Use Versatile Furniture
The sunroom can be anything you want short of a bathroom, but it also means it can be more than one thing. Remodeling and cabinet resurfacing experts say that using more versatile furniture like foldable tables or reclining chairs can let you use the sunroom as a secondary living room, a dining room, a play area, or even a library. Ample shelves or drawers will provide you with enough space to stow away whatever’s not in use.
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