It is not often that I am wowed by sunroom designs, but this absolutely stunning space was an exception. These are photos of a home that we recently put on the market and, among other gorgous features, it has a beautiful solarium built off of the living room. Between the unique architectural detailing of the two story glass roof and the multiple walls of French doors, the space is open and filled with light. Even better, they decorated the new sunroom addition impeccably. I love the all white paint palette to let the exterior landscaping and interior decor be the star. The blue and tan sofas and coordinating armchairs perfectly accent the luxurious beige marble floor tile.
We recently finished this gorgeous sunroom addition and I have been struggling to decide how to decorate the space. I love how the neutral wall colors and curtain fabric allows our lush green backyard landscaping to be the star of the room. We did pick out the rattan sunroom furniture from frontgate last weekend and I really like how it accents the monochromatic palette we have established while still adding some decorative interest. This sea grass area rug was another recent find. I think it adds a fun accent and also mimics the same texture as the chairs and ottoman. Now the challenge is what accent color scheme I need to use to add some fun pops of style to the space.
A screened in porch is a fantastic addition if you are looking for an outdoor space that is completely shielded from the elements as well as bugs and other critters. There are many categories of exterior living areas that offer the ability to entertain outside while still retaining some of the comforts of the indoors. You can have a simple deck or patio that has room for a dining table and lounge chairs but does not offer much structure or shield from sun or rain. If you are looking for a bit more protection from the weather while still being completely outside, patio enclosures are a good option because they are completely open air but with a ceiling.
A beautiful sunroom addition will increase the value of any home. These fun areas provide extra living and entertaining space that feels like you are outdoors, but with the comforts of climate control. I love decorating these spaces because you can be a bit less formal than the rest of the house, and can really have fun with trends and color. I love sunroom ideas that emphasis the beauty of nature in their decor. When I am designing one of these rooms for a client, I always look to thier outside landscaping for inspiration. If their backyard is very wooded with lots of evergreens and mature trees, I like to bring in lots of green tones alongside a neutral base.
As contractors, one of are frequently asked questions is about how to budget for room additions, and what are the hidden costs of a renovations. A lot of clients have a long list of items they want completed, but nowhere near the budget to cover the scope of the work. If you want to add on to your home to increase the quality of life and resale value, I would highly suggest a sunroom or four seasons room. A sunroom addition cost is much lower than other types of remodels because they can be a bit more primitive than other types of rooms. These builds can be as simple as popping windows and insulation into an existing screened porch, or as involved as building an entirely new structure.
Sunroom additions are a very popular trend in home design for 2019. Lately, the increase in fervor for outdoor living has generated a boom in wanting to create gathering areas that emphasize the beauty of nature. Less time is being spent in front of the television, and more is spent in the backyard. To keep up with this trend, a lot of homeowners are asking us to help them create an enclosed patio. Outdoor decks and patios are one of those areas that can be neglected to due climate patterns, bugs and the fear of spending too much time in the sun. Simply putting a roof and screens or windows on one of these frequently unused spaces, can actually create a multipurpose living area that will be enjoyed much more frequently.