With the long winters finally over you would definitely be craving the sun and what better way to invite the sun into your home than through the sunroom. These rooms are generally an extension of the main house, connected by a door. However, you could also have one of your rooms converted into a sunroom without having to build an extension. If you are converting one of your rooms, though, you would want the walls changed into glass wall or have large windows that would allow the sunlight to creep in. Sunrooms, otherwise, would also protect you from the rains, wind, and other weather conditions, allowing you to enjoy beautiful panoramic views.
Designing your sunroom becomes important if you want to make it a focus of your spring and summer time. You could have your sunroom designed to be a partial bedroom, one where you could rest your afternoons off. You can put up a bedroom style décor to add to the comfort of the room. You can always experiment with the bed design, such as putting up a DIY hanging bed in the room. Sunroom design ideas may have many other twists, such as converting it into bedroom cum living room or a makeshift dining room.
Among the many twists that you can give to your sunroom, one is to convert it into your work station. Placing a table and a chair along with a comfortable couch may make it a perfect place for you to work from. What’s more, you may also add suitable décor into the room to make it a lively place to work from. Apart from the natural ambiance, your personal touch to the sunroom design would only add to the appeal. You may also convert your sunroom into a cozy reading nook. A DIY book shelf would make a great way to decorate your reading nook.
One of the more creative sunroom design ideas is to convert your sunroom into an indoor garden. This would only put you closer to nature, greenery, and sunlight all in one. You could have a DIY shelf full of potted plants or have the floor covered with beautiful plants at corners or lined up against the walls. The natural sunlight would only prove good for both you and the plants. For instance, you could also convert your sunroom into a vintage garden, only adding appeal to the already sunny and light filled room.
Wood paneled sunrooms with large windows also make a great design idea for your sunroom. Wood exudes a natural ambiance to your sunny refuge. Adding a modern stony touch to your sunroom would make your room quite attractive. Have a stone fireplace installed into the room for the night time, while natural sunlight pours in through the large windows during the daytime. A flat screen, plush sofas, coffee table, and an ottoman would complete the look of this outdoor living room. Here, we have gathered 50 stunning sunroom design ideas for you to sift through.