A sunroom already benefits from natural lighting, so now you need to focus on finding the perfect furniture and accessories to bring your space together. You can try and blend the room with the rest of your house or make your sunroom a separate special place of its own. No matter your decision, we have some tips to get you started!
Dinner Party Central
Are you a host by heart? If yes, your sunroom is a great pace to make dinner party central with a dinning room-like setup. The dining area is a well-frequented space that can be utilized as a gathering point, as well as a sophisticated formal eating area. Since the table is the main focal point in this setup, try and choose a table that evokes the ambience you desire. If you want a rustic space, go for large sturdy items, whereas if you want a chic or sleek room, choose elegant more refined pieces. Tableware and accessories can transform a dull or uninspired space into an impressive and thoughtful area. To create an eye-catching dinner setting, the best thing you can do is carefully choose some bright, lively, or daring tableware.
Create Your Oasis
Stressful times and a busy family life can make it difficult to find tranquility and relaxation in our lives; one of the few options is to create a peace haven in the comfort of your own home. A relaxing space is all about natural colors, in soft tones which have the power to induce a sense of relaxation and calmness. Furniture should be high quality, made of natural materials and décor items should be kept to a minimum. Linen spray, beeswax candles, and essential oils are all-natural ways to enhance your sunroom with fresh scents, which can not only be calming but invigorating as well. Bonsai trees or hanging terrariums make a good choice and are often included in Zen décor. Clear your sunroom of as many items as possible and keep only the essentials, but feel free to add whatever may bring you extra comfort.
Mancave or She Shed
A sunroom is a great space to design your mancave or she-shed to work on or do whatever your heart desires. Whether its enjoying the Calgary Flames beating the Edmonton Oilers or practicing some yoga after a long day at work, focus on what makes you feel relaxed and plan the space accordingly.
Repurpose Furniture and Décor
If you happen to have some older pieces of furniture in storage or like to browse local thrift shops, repurposing is a great and affordable way to furnish and turn unwanted junk into décor for your new sunroom. Old crates are great for building side and coffee tables. Trunks come in many sizes, shapes and colors and the best part: they’re great for additional storage, seating and work well as side and coffee tables too. For some DIY inspiration, click here.
If you got your eye on a piece of furniture you absolutely love even though it’s a bit of a statement-maker, don’t be afraid to buy it. There’s always a way to make even the most eye-catching pieces work in your new sunroom. Figure out what type of piece it is and combine it with its opposite. For example; organic with geometric. Dark with light. Busy with simple. That is what will make your room interesting.
Changing seasons outside is the perfect reason to change your decor inside.Nothing is prettier than a little bit of the season mixed with what you have. The key is to be tasteful and edited. A little bit goes a long, long way. Add colors that represent the season. Buy pillow covers in seasonal colors and change out using the same down pillow.
Tell us: What have you done to spruce up your sunroom? Do you have a special theme or cool idea to share with us?