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Bring the Joy of Family Holidays Home for The Season In Your Sunroom



As the weather changes from the warmth of summer and early fall, we find that we naturally spend less time outside. It is simply not as comfortable to eat or visit on the patio in November and December. A sunroom brings that sunshine into your home, making it the best place for enjoying your special moments. Sometimes those special moments are quiet times with a good book, and other times it is a family gathering over dinner with all the trimmings. This is why your sunroom is the best place for your holiday gatherings.


Thanksgiving
The focus of the day is on sharing dinner with family and friends, and the beautiful views of the outside will make this day even more special. Whether you serve dinner in there or just retreat there for games or conversation afterwards, the sunroom invites the best of the outdoors to your party.
 Try setting up your dining room table in your sunroom. Your sunroom could be the ideal setting to celebrate special meals with family friends! Have a lot of guests coming over for Thanksgiving dinner? Consider using a bench table-side as you can fit more people around the table than with traditional chairs! 


Christmas
This is the time of year that we have the least sunlight, and sunlight makes a huge difference in our emotional state. While Christmas is a happy time of year, the lack of sunlight can give us a blue feeling. Where better to enjoy your winter holiday festivities than a sunroom, where we can invite in the sunshine while keeping out the cold? 
Try setting up your tree in your sunroom! With white lights and bold décor, your tree adds lighting and festive décor to your indoor-outdoor space! Try popcorn and cranberry garland for a more natural look. Or use silver garland with white lights for a more modern feel to your holiday space!  

The beautiful views of the outdoors increases our overall happiness, and isn't this time of year about the joy it brings? Parties, dinners, and especially Christmas morning presents are all just a little nicer with a clear view of the great outdoors.



New Years
There is something special about a New Year, and where better to open the champagne and toast the new year than the room that lets the starlight in. There is something especially cozy about being warm while looking at the snow on the ground. So here is a toast to a wonderful New Year for you and everyone you love.

At Four Seasons Sunrooms and Windows, we know just how important sunlight is to your health and happiness. 

We can help you find ways to incorporate a sunroom design into your home. You can see eye-catching designs on Facebook at @Sunroom, on Pinterest @FourSeasonsHP or on Instagram @SunroomsWindows. 

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