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Avoiding Cabin Fever with these Sunroom Interior Design Ideas

Spending a lot of time in one room can become dull after some time, so make sure to design your sunroom to avoid cabin fever. Play around with different colors and textures to make it unique to your taste. If you already have an idea of what you want your sunroom to look like, go start decorating! If not, that’s perfectly okay! Keep reading for some ideas and inspiration.

  • Include bright colorful accents

Buy bold furniture, decorative pillows, rugs, and other objects to create a bright color scheme in your sunroom. An alternative idea is to use different shades of one color to fashion a monochromatic look.

  • Incorporate greenery

Placing plants and flowers around your sunroom will create a natural environment and allow you to feel like you are outdoors without the discomfort of being outside.

  • Hang up light curtains

Curtains allow you to permit however much sunlight you would like into your sunroom. Installing light curtains will brighten up your sunroom and can provide a burst of color.

  • Install a fireplace

While sunrooms are an excellent place to spend time in the summer, they can get rather cold in the winter season. Installing a fireplace would make the room more warm and cozy so that you could enjoy it all year long.

  • Insert a hanging chair

This would be a wonderful place to relax by reading a book, watching some television, or simply taking a nap. A hanging chair in your sunroom is a great place in the house to bask in the sunlight.

  • Add wood accents

Implementing wood accents would create a warm, welcoming feeling in your sunroom. Also, consider installing a glass door to allow more sunlight in the room to balance out the wood accents.

Have fun decorating your sunroom with these interior design ideas, or your own. When it’s complete, your sunroom will undoubtedly be your new favorite room in the house!


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