Sunroom that’ll brighten your space
A solarium already benefits from natural lighting, so focus your energies on finding the perfect furniture and accessories. Then re-envision the whole...
A solarium already benefits from natural lighting, so focus your energies on finding the perfect furniture and accessories. Then re-envision the whole first floor with even more great design ideas for your living room and family room.
Use clerestory-style windows, which feature a series of panes close to the ceiling, which may add even more light to floral. A pair of Mexican wrought iron urns — loaded with dried branches and ferns — contribute to the conservatory feel.
Make your space dinner party central with a dining room-like set-up. Don't even worry about adding lots of decorations. Your guests will get A+ views of the landscape outside.
The space doubles as a potting bench and reading nook, with glimmering lanterns and oil lamps for illumination after dark.
A massive stone fireplace and 6-foot-long swing make this sheltered porch the most popular spot at a South Carolina lake house. Outfitted with plenty of pillows and throws, it's relaxing spot rain or shine.
French doors are nice, but disappearing glass wall stake things to the next level by turning your sunroom into an extension of the patio. Now that's one way to air out the house.
A tall ceiling needs a fixture that can measure up. This one adds a bit of whimsy to a cozy breakfast table.
A cushy lounge, some throw pillows, a good book ... what more could you need?
Sometimes there's a little too much sun. Roman shades nix glare when needed without obstructing the view otherwise.
Weathered shutters fit together for another cute plant stand. This DIY option repurposes salvaged finds, or you can lay back and pick up a similar one from online site from where you buy things.