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Sunroom ideas to turn your house inside out…

By emily.bailey

Friday, April 5, 2019

Sunroom design ideas | Schlage

If you’re still waiting for warmth and sunshine to come to your door, here is some sunroom inspiration to kick cabin fever to the curb.

 

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Or maybe it’s outside in? Many of us are chomping at the bit to get outside and finally enjoy some spring weather. If you’re still waiting for warmth and sunshine to come to your door, here is some sunroom inspiration to kick cabin fever to the curb.
French doors leading to sunroom with Schlage Accent levers in Satin Nickel

White hot

One common trend in sunrooms is clean, crisp paint, especially white. It’s no surprise given that the color lends itself well to a bright and cheery space. See how r.house_ and timbercovecottage went almost entirely monochromatic to capture the light.
 

Grow in your home

If you’re craving a sunroom as an stand-in for the outdoors, what better way to get some fresh air indoors than with plants? They’ll get plenty of light and you’ll likely enjoy their leafiness all year-round. Another perk? You can use greenery in any style of room, as seen in thelittlewhitehome’s more modern space as well as thekwendyhome’s take on updated vintage.
 

Go with the flow

Adding curtains to your windows is not only a simple way to add color and flowing style to your sunroom, but also a great option in case you need to dial down intense light. Soph-isticatedstyle used drapes impecably for this. You might also use “window” treatments along with, or in place of, doors. In this second picture, plaids.and.poppies added curtains to her French doors leading from the master suite to the sunroom.
 

Sit back and relax

You’re going to want to spend a lot of time in your sunroom, so make sure you have appropriate seating. Get creative with little reading nooks, hang a sling chair from the beams or simply make the sunroom an extension of the rest of your home, like modernfarmhousebliss did with a comfy couch. You can also mix and match like gilmoregirl_home with chairs, benches and what looks to be some soft rugs if you’re going to spend some time on the floor playing with the kids.
 

For more style inspiration and tips for updating any area of your home, find Schlage on Pinterest and Instagram.

 

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