Spring Decor and Design Tips For Your Sunroom

Here are some décor and design tips for your Sunroom to make you fall in love with your Sunroom again this spring.

If you have a sunroom, it is probably your favorite spot in your home. The enormous windows offer not only natural daylight and landscape views but a comfortable space to relax and rest. Sunrooms have evolved over the years from traditional screened-in porches. Today, sunrooms are a top priority of choice in both new buildings and historic homes in many regions. They embrace many styles and can include French doors that open onto a deck or patio, and vinyl, brick, wood or aluminum around windows that in many designs ranging from floor to ceiling.


Making or having a sunroom extension in your home, it is an important decision in selecting the color of the room.
Try adding pillows and accessories that complement the existing decor in your home. Try using a neutral base in the room, even bold neutrals like gray and navy blue can be a great starting point.  Add layers with gorgeous and bold colors in spring and summer to bring home the beach.


When deciding on furnishing Sunrooms, designers see movement toward interior furniture and fixtures. While the preservation of wicker and outdoor fabrics should be reserved for outdoor spaces. A Sunroom is a great place for comfortable chairs and couches covered with softer or more luxurious fabrics, like velvet, microfibre, and even leather.


Don’t give up the use of your Sunroom just because it’s not summer. Sunrooms are perfect places for TV rooms and reading corners, entertaining and relaxing during the spring. Might we suggest that you can always try out a portable electric fireplace [or heater] and cozy decorative covers for extra warmth on those chillier spring evenings?


Sunroom floors can vary depending on the surface it is being built upon. Choosing the best flooring for your sunroom can ensure that it can receive any application, from tile to laminate or even wood flooring. Area rugs are great for adding texture and color to a room, and can really tie together the decor. Thermal and radiant flooring are other great option to keep your toes warm during cooler weather.


Many plants can thrive in a Sunroom environment. Choose sturdy plants that can handle lots of light. They can really add to the decor of a room while filtering the air naturally. Some great picks of plants for sunroom include African violets and begonias. These plants require little maintenance and produce colorful flowers. Large tropical plant types are great options to add greenery to your sunroom and larger fill spaces.

Your sunroom can be a place of relaxation, an oasis right in your own home. A great new space for you, your family, friends, plants, and pets. No matter how you choose to use your sunroom, with just the right furniture, decor and lighting, you can achieve the room of your dreams this spring.