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5 Sunroom Designs and Styles That Can Work With Most Any Home

In almost every North American climate, there remains at least one season that doesn't lend itself to spending time outdoors. Adding a sunroom to your home lets you enjoy a comfortable climate surrounded by the view of the great outdoors. Your family and guests can bathe in sunlight or enjoy shade as they like. These five sunroom designs work with virtually any architecture to beautify and enhance your home.

1. Georgian Conservatory

The Georgian architecture of our conservatory complements any classic home design. Its stately design uses energy-efficient, high-strength, maintenance-free aluminum. It features:
- a slim, elegant profile,
- roomy floor space,
- a regal nose with squared shoulders.
You'll enjoy gorgeous landscaping and sky views. Bring the outdoors inside year-around by decorating this space with plants and flowers. Install window seats along the ledges. The interior of the room makes a lovely second dining area or the perfect home for a baby grand or grand piano.



2. Straight Eave Sunrooms

The straight eave sunroom complements ranch-style and modern architecture homes. Its straight lines provide a classic look that seems a natural extension of the existing home. The Sun and Shade model of this design surrounds you in windows while providing a solid roof that protects your investment in rough weather. Choose this design to:
- enclose a patio,
- add an energy-efficient family room.
Decorate the windows with blinds. This lets you lower them when sunlight becomes too harsh, but raise them for an unobstructed view otherwise. A blind that matches interior paint will seemingly disappear as part of the wall. Use comfortable, cozy furniture and light with wall sconces, as well as overhead lighting.


3. A Curved Eave Solarium

Our refined curved eave solarium lends a graceful, gentle line to any existing design. Our most popular choice, its elegant lines blend and complement your existing roof line making it seem part of the original structure. We'll construct this for you using energy-efficient aluminum or in rustic Northern White Pine. These options allow this choice to complement any existing structure. Choose this design for:
- walls and roof of multi-coated Conservaglass Select,
- a second family room with a view that doubles as office space.
Traditional patio/sunroom furniture works beautifully in the aluminum model. Shabby chic or a mountain cabin decor lends itself to the white pine design. Stake out a favorite corner view as an office. Angle a desk and chair to encompass an inspiring view.


4. White Pine Solid Roof Solarium

Choosing our solid roof solarium with Northern White Pine beams makes it seem the room has always been part of the home. It blends with the existing lines of your home and provides unmatched energy-efficiency. This design:
- has been a client favorite for 30 years,
- provides a more secure choice.
The solid roof design invites use of ceiling fans and chandeliers. Cozy furniture in natural colors with vibrantly colored accents enhances the outdoorsy feel.


5. The Ultra Modern Liferoom 

Perhaps you'd like a step beyond a sunroom, something so new and different it will awe visitors to your home. Our exclusive Liferoom provides unmatched views. This indoor-outdoor living space protects you from allergens with pollen guard technology and from harmful sun overexposure with 95% UV protection. Regardless of the season and outdoor weather, the Liferoom provides the ideal spring day. Its climate control technology allows you to experience a gentle breeze inside and a cool mist on command. Its other key features include:
- remote-controlled retractable screens,
- blue LED mood lighting.
- an optional big screen home theater.
Decorate this relaxing room with a beach theme. Comfy rattan furniture compliments this al season retreat. Use bright colors in blues or yellows to bring the sunny nature of outdoor life inside.
Let Four Seasons Sunrooms help your bring the outdoors indoors. Let the sunshine in while keeping the bugs, wind, rain, snow and other annoyances out. 


Looking for ways to incorporate a sunroom design into your home? See eye-catching designs on Facebook at @Sunroom, on Pinterest @FourSeasonsHP or on Instagram @SunroomsWindows

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