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Winter Is Beautiful from Your Sunroom


Winter is the perfect time of year to enjoy the extra sunlight and beauty of your sunroom. The views of winter are lovely from the warmth of the indoors, and the extra sunlight in your life will brighten your mood. There are some things that will make this even more lovely.

Cozy Blanket Throws

There is nothing nicer in the winter time than cuddling up under a blanket with a warm cup of coffee, tea, or cocoa and looking at the weather. Adding plenty of cozy throws to your sunroom will invite you and your family to enjoy the beauty of the outside. Choose fabrics that look warm, fluffy, and comfy in colors and patterns that go well with your wintertime accents.




Bright Colorful Accents

Winter is a rather colorless time of year, so brighten up your space with splashes of bright colors and some deep warm shades. Some bright vases with dried flowers or even some potted plants with colorful containers will add a hint of the coming Springtime. Throw pillows are a quick way to change up your colorful accents and add some flare to your room. With Valentines Day in February, and St. Patrick's Day in March, there are plenty of uses for the red and green colors you have for Christmas. Yellows and golds are lovely in winter, and they will add some fresh touches to your life on those dreary days. 

Spicy Fragrances

Seasonal scents are available in candles that will both add that soothing odor and some color to your room. Or you could add some lovely essential oils to a diffuser to add this soothing touch to your room. Scents like pine, cinnamon, and mint are good for raising your spirits in the wintertime. 





So snuggle in, and enjoy the sunlight during the long winter months. Don't worry, Spring is right around the corner. Looking for ways to incorporate a sunroom design into your home? See more eye-catching sunroom, conservatory and home design ideas on Facebook at @Sunroom, on Pinterest @FourSeasonsHP or on Instagram @SunroomsWindows. 

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