Your sunroom deserves just as much attention as your living or dining room. In fact, if you spend a lot of time socializing or relaxing there, you should probably give it more love than your average space! Here are eight ways to improve the decor of your sunroom.
Sunlight, of course, is the biggest draw of a sunroom, but what about those days when the rays are just too bright? Colorful curtains can help keep out the glare while also adding pizzazz to your interior design.
Rugs are available in hundreds of shapes, sizes and styles, offering you a near-limitless way to decorate your sunroom floor. Best of all, if you tire of the look of your rugs, it takes no effort at all to replace them!
Wicker chairs are comfortable and stylish. Wicker tables can be used as everything from dining surfaces to decorative accessories. If you’re looking for an easy, affordable way to furnish your sunroom, consider things made out of wicker.
Adding a new coat of paint to your sunroom can completely change the atmosphere of the space. Even if you aren’t ready for bold, bright colors, you can still freshen up those neutrals and make the room sparkle again.
When the sun spends the day behind the clouds, you’ll be glad you added those floor lamps or light bars. They’re especially useful if you like to take a book to your sunroom and decompress.
What do your chairs and couches look like? When’s the last time you had them re-upholstered? You don’t have to buy all-new furniture to get an all-new look, not when you change the upholstery instead.
7. Hanging Decorations
Don’t forget your vertical space! Hang paintings, pictures and other decorations to liven up your walls and give your guests something to look at while they relax in your sunroom.
You can never have too many pillows in a sunroom. Consider mixing and matching patterns so your aesthetic won’t grow stale. If you buy too many pillows with the same design, your sunroom will be lacking that extra “pop.”
These are just eight ways to bring a new sense of fun to your sunroom. There are many more, of course, but these should be enough to get you started in creating a room of your own!