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Beautiful and Unique Autumn Party Ideas for Your Sunroom


"Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all," so says Stanley Horowitz, and who wouldn't agree? This is a beautiful time of year, when the leaves turn all those magic colors and the air gets crisp. The sun shines brighter, somehow, in the midst of cooler days, and we walk around in wonder at the world's changing beauty.

We walk around, or we snuggle up with a cozy blanket and bask in the sunshine allowed by our floor-to-ceiling glass wall sunroom.



Doesn't it make you want to simply gather and enjoy the company of your friends? It would be lovely, a party in your sunroom where you sit and laugh and converse about the changing lives like changing leaves, all the while the sun goes down and brings a perfect stillness under the stars.

Imagine a pot of roasted butternut squash soup served with kale apple salad and a loaf of crunchy bread, fall cocktails served all night long

On the tables, you would set lavish gold and bronze pumpkins paired with macrame table runners and candles everywhere. For prearranged seating, set each place with a gold leaf place card, painted or stamped with individual's names. For a fun activity, ask everyone to bring an image of their ideal autumn (this can be a photo or a magazine cut-out, etc.) Set up a bulletin board and allow everyone to attach their images then let the guessing begin as guests can view the various ideas of autumn and laugh over the human differences.  



A sunroom doesn't have to be saved for summer months. With Conservaglass Select, your sunroom will remain comfortable through the coldest winter days. So get your guest list going, and let that autumn sunshine in while you celebrate the mosaic season of wonderment. 


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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