8 sunroom decorating ideas
A sofa simply won’t do when you’re decorating a sunroom. Take relaxation to the next level with a daybed like this one from West Elm, which provides the option of extra seating or the perfect place for an afternoon nap. West Elm, $479.
Sometimes there’s nothing more relaxing than flopping down onto a giant pillow (or three!). A few poufs scattered across the floor work great as extra lounging options in a sunroom. West Elm, $266 each.
3 Wicker furniture
Bring the outdoor look inside with light, summer furniture. This wicker chair from Pottery Barn is sturdy and weather resistant so you can use as extra patio seating, but is stylish enough to be used inside without anyone knowing the difference. Pottery Barn, $336.
4 White pillows
Load up the daybed or sofa with contrasting white, cream and flax throw pillows. These ones from Crate and Barrel have a cosy knit linen on one side, adding texture to a space and a little bit of softness. Crate and Barrel, $64 each.
The basic idea of a sunroom is to let the warm sun shine through, but you’ll want window coverings for privacy at nighttime. Opt for roller shades or some light sheers like these that add a punch of pattern with metallic dots. Crate and Barrel, $45 each.
6 Magazine rack
There’s nothing like lazily flipping through a magazine in the summer sun to make you feel totally relaxed. Keep your favourite glossies close at hand with a magazine rack or bag, like this braided grass one. West Elm, $42.
7 White paint
Let the summer sunlight bounce off the walls with a white paint scheme. Restoration Hardware packages the perfect palette of pale neutrals for your sunroom walls, door and trim. Restoration Hardware, from $6 per sample pot.
8 Fresh flowers
Recreate a sunny garden space in your home with fresh florals. Whether picked from the garden or bought from the florist, a few flower arrangements throughout add the perfect finishing touch to your perfectly decorated sunroom.