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Seasons Of Style: Spring To Summer

Increasing square footage and energy conservation, Four Seasons’ products help you maximize the value of your home. Let your replacement windows, sunroom addition, or Four Seasons addition be the focal point of your home this summer! Surrounded by the beauty of the outdoor elements, highlight your sunroom’s unique features with fun pops of color, rich fabrics, and unique greenery.
Plants and floral arrangements instantly draw the outdoors indoors, and provide an outlet for creative expression! Adorn your windowsills with the hottest indoor greenery trends of succulents, cacti, and palms for a minimalistic and sophisticated flair. Incredibly low-maintenance, these potted beauties bring an air of intentional personal style to your space in the form of lush green hues.
Neutral and natural- succulents and cacti add instant personality and life to a utilitarian space.
 Mix & match colors, prints, and textures for instant style. Summer-ready hues such as magenta, fuchsia, canary, spring green, and royal blue instantly grab the spotlight! Careful placement of coordinating prints, patterns, and color around your space create a visually-consistent theme sure to envelop any guest.
A windowseat is the perfect addition to any living room renovation- accenting replacement windows with bright colors, rich fabrics, and a cozy, lived-in feel.

Checked gingham and bright solids coordinate seamlessly and balance beautiful sky-high ceilings.

Surprise design elements are the magic of home decor. Throw in a bright chandelier or a wicker chair among your furniture pieces for a magical decor assortment. Latest trends feature faux-fur or suede throws, straw or rattan chairs, and bright acrylic tables. Let a statement piece speak for itself, or use complementary colors to thoughtfully incorporate your style star into the whole room.
Subtle blue pieces draw the eye around the room with an interesting acrylic lattice-weaved coffee table tying the theme together.
Visit our Pinterest page (@FourSeasonsHP) for more sunroom design inspiration and tips!

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