Friday, April 27, 2018

15 Cozy Sunroom Design Ideas with Style for Hangout


Consider creating sunrooms in the future to welcome spring and summer. Sunroom is perfect place for relaxation with family, friends while enjoying a view around house, read a book, listen to music, meet with friends, or even to sleep during the day.

You don’t have to go outside to enjoy a beautiful day–you just need one of these bright and breezy sunrooms. A light-filled space where you can sit and relax, a sunroom is the perfect place to get a breath of fresh air without leaving the comfort of your home. And, because these sunrooms are closed off from the outdoors, you can enjoy them any time of year.


Sunroom is usually designed with a roof and glass walls that surround the interior space. Thus, natural sunlight can freely enter either through the glass walls and roof and connected to the living room or family room through the door. You can also get natural sunlight, if you are sunbathe in the morning, you will get vitamin D from natural sunlight. Of course, natural sunlight is very good for your health.


You should also give an interior decoration touch in order to make your sunrooms warm and cheerful with furniture that does not have to be expensive but harmonious. The materials used are also simple and environmentally friendly such as rattan, bamboo, and wood are common materials used to give the natural impression.




You should periodically perform maintenance on the furniture because it will quickly duller due to of natural sunlight. Especially for furniture made of wood, bamboo, and rattan, you have to refinish when the color starts to fade. check it pictures below can be your inspiration to build sunrooms.


Lovely Shabby Chic sunroom with slanted ceiling and a dash of greenery


Sunroom With A Polycarbonate Clear Roof


Use skylights for extra light and beautiful views of the sky






Gorgeous loft space with the whole wall covered with windows.


It's especially great when not only walls made of glass but sunroom's roof too. Perfect place for an indoor garden.


Traditional sunroom design with two conversation zones


Gorgeous gazebo-shaped sunroom with vintage furniture.


Rustic sunroom In a cottage. Lovely sky blue walls and decorations make the space cool and fun.






Growing plants indoors is much better when they are able to get as much sunlight as they need.


Small sunroom extension is great addition to any home (the mid-ceuntry look)


Glass roof and windows to a back patio and you got yourself a beautiful organgery

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