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Entertaining in your Sunroom This Thanksgiving!



Happy Thanksgiving! Today is a time to give thanks to the people such as friends and family who have been there for you all year. This is the start of the holiday season and when family and friends come together. Transform your sunroom into a place to host the festive meal and enjoy your family time.

Thanksgiving Décor
Adding some festive décor to your sunroom will help to transform your sunroom for the day. Not sure what to add? Don’t worry, we have a list of ideas for you to help decorate. You can add a wreath to the door of your sunroom. By adding the wreath, you are setting the vibe for the rest of the room. Adding pumpkins and other fall items to the table are super cute as well. You can always make a give thanks box. You can place this at the door of your sunroom so when people walk in, they can write a thank you to someone who is there. The during the meal read all the give thanks notes. This will definitely put a smile on everyone’s face.

Set the tone
Setting the tone is key to utilizing your sunroom. If you want to make sure it is used encourage your guests to go out there. Have fun activities set up in the sunroom. You can do pin the hat on the turkey for the little ones. You can even do a turkey pinata filled with all kind of sugary treats. For the adults, maybe putting out a deck of cards or a mobile bar on the sunroom to attract your guests.

Use it as the kids table
If your dining room isn’t big enough, set your sunroom up for the kids. You don’t want a crammed table. The kids definitely would enjoy their own table away from the adults. It is perfect because you can still keep an eye on the kids but also enjoy the adult time with family and friends you might have not seen in a while.

Make it happen
Lastly, make it happen. You spent tons of money on your sunroom, utilize it! Make sure it gets all the use you intended for!

Hopefully these ideas will help for you to transform your sunroom this Thanksgiving. Share below which idea was best for your sunroom and contact us today at Four Seasons Sunrooms and Windows for your free no obligation consultation!

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