A bright and welcoming sunroom is something that will make you want to take off your clothes and wrap yourself in a robe and soak up the warm rays. You’ve found the perfect place if you’re searching for sunroom ideas. Continue reading to see photos of screened in porches that will make you feel like a sun-loving king.
Table of content
- 1 Let the Light In
- 2 Enjoy a Cozy Space
- 3 Shed-Turned-Sunroom
- 4 Black and white
- 5 Follow the flow
- 6 Outdoor Fireplaces are a great option
- 7 Move Your Office “Outside”
- 8 Sunny Play Place
- 9 Add a Hammock
- 10 A White Palette
- 11 Porches also work
- 12 Plant Crazy
- 13 Create a mini library
- 14 Make another guest space
- 15 Greenhouse Sunroom
- 16 A Vintage Rug is a great addition to your home.
Let the Light In
The perfect three-season space allows in maximum light from all angles, like this sunroom inspired by the jungle from arteferro décor. A sunroom can be used as a formal dining area like the designer or it can be converted into a second living space.
Enjoy a Cozy Space
Although the sunroom by Curbly is quite small, it is very functional and makes a great spot for evening cocktails with friends. Bamboo furniture and accessories give the room a vintage feel. The loveseat is perfect. This charming, but adorable room shows that you don’t need much space to add a wonderful little addition to your home.
You want a bright sunroom but don’t have enough money to build one. The White Buffalo Styling Co. has transformed this dingy shed into a chic sunroom. This shed, once ugly, has been transformed by replacing its siding with screen panels and painting it a fresh coat of paint. This backyard oasis can be made even more beautiful with string lights and some fresh plants.
Black and white
The stunning sunroom in this A Beautiful Mess photo shows that even two simple colors can make a big impact. The three-season room, which is also a place for relaxation and meditation, reminds me of a New York cafe. Houseplants not only look great but also thrive in sunrooms that have the right amount of light.
Follow the flow
A seamless flow, such as this Lavin Label room, can make your sunroom feel larger and more spacious. The space feels open and airy thanks to the wide archway doors. A hanging bamboo swing adds a whimsical, yet modern, touch.
Outdoor Fireplaces are a great option
Are you looking for a way to extend the life of your sunroom? Nellie Bellie’s sunroom has a unique feature. It can be heated during winter. A sunroom fireplace can transform your room from a three-season space into a four-season room. As long as you are comfortable cozying up in a robe with fluffy slippers, a sunroom fireplace will make it a four-season room.
Move Your Office “Outside”
Do you have the opportunity to work remotely? A sunroom office can make long work days more enjoyable by creating one like this stylish space from The Pink Pagoda. You only need a comfortable chair and reliable Wi-Fi to make your home office a place you love to be.
Sunny Play Place
Do you worry about your children spending too much time in their playroom? Walk Among the Homes’ playroom is both stylish and functional. It provides a great space for kids to enjoy all year round.
Add a Hammock
The best sunrooms combine the best of both indoors and outdoor living. This space is from The Little Corner on Tumblr. A hammock makes you feel like you’re in vacation, so why not try one indoor?
A White Palette
This all-white scheme by homebunch will make your sunroom feel more like a living room. A monochromatic, white space can make a space feel bright and airy. It also offers versatility that will work well in any sunroom.
Porches also work
Although a sunroom usually has screens or windows, this porch by The Every Girl shows that even a front porch can feel more spacious than a room. This porch has a living-room feel thanks to the carefully designed coffee table and loveseat with throw pillows. There are many ways you can create a living space outside that is even more inviting.
Sunrooms with the best greenery have just the right amount. This look by SF Girl features a variety of indoor plants that give it a jungle feel. This sunroom, which is filled with plants, gives you the feeling of being outdoors while protecting you from the elements.
Create a mini library
The perfect sunroom allows the most natural light to enter, making it a great place for reading. This room by Bolig also includes a small library. Your sunroom is a great alternative to a dark and dusty study if you are looking for the ideal space to build a library in your home.
Make another guest space
This sunroom by Savvy Home can be a great option if you are short on guest space. The built-in window seat can be converted into a guest room whenever you need it. What guest wouldn’t love to spend a summer night under the stars! You can make it multi-purpose by making sure you have blackout curtains. Your guests will love to use this space and be eager to return.
Sommarbacka’s sunroom is in many ways reminiscent of a greenhouse. You can transform an unfinished sunroom into a place for your plants. Add a hammock or lounge chair to complete the look.
A Vintage Rug is a great addition to your home.
A stunning rug can make a sunroom look complete. Studio Mcgee’s office features a Turkish rug, which gives the space a finished look. You have many options for adding a rug in your sunroom. It can also be used as a warm landing place on chilly mornings.