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Sunroom Tips to Lighten up your Home



It’s that time of year again to welcome in the spring. The sun is finally shining after months of darkness and a landscape covered in snow. It is hard to resist opening up the windows and peeking outside at nature. However, we understand the struggle of having hard to reach windows that do nothing more than show you a superior view of the street or driveway. 

Additionally, it is interesting to note that the weather has an influence on how we feel. On a sunny day, individuals are more likely to feel energized, full of joy, and prepared to face the obstacles ahead of them. The rain, snow, and freezing cold make us feel lazier or less determined to take on various tasks. This is where we come in. If you are just staring at the pavement all day, or locked inside in your dark and dreary home, it is unlikely that you will have the motivation to be your best self at that moment. 

Therefore, the first answer to your craving to bask in the sunlight and conquer the day is a Four Seasons sunroom. Sunrooms fill your home with natural light, helping your house come out from hibernation. They also add space and offer a unique perspective to any home. Furthermore, sunrooms are effective in bringing the outdoors inside. A sunroom provides a serene space where one can be one with nature in a room protected from all of the elements.

Now that you have installed a sunroom, here are three tips to lighten up your home:

Comfort is a priority

Who wants to install a sunroom that does not feel like home? Simple furniture that resembles that of which you would find outdoors or indoors can be a cost-efficient way to dress up your sunroom, while maintaining the style of your home. Think upholstered seating, plush or throw pillows, and side tables. If your sunroom is furnished well, it will be even more inviting when the sun is shining. Make sure to face your furniture toward the beautiful landscape outside for a bonus view.

Windows, windows, windows

You can say that again; windows are the most important aspect of any sunroom. Four Seasons Sunrooms' CONSERVAGLASS™ NXT is an advanced technology that is built to withstand the extreme demands of everyday living. From pillow fights to snow storms, Four Seasons window technology can withstand disasters from the inside out. Additionally, CONSERVAGLASS™ NXT helps to make Four Seasons rooms cooler in summer and warmer in winter, promoting outstanding performance during every season. 

What’s on the inside is what counts

The easiest way to lighten up your sunroom is to fill it with people you love once it is safe to do so. Don’t be afraid to show off your new view and specially designed sunroom to your friends and family. We encourage you to use your sunroom for every occasion, from game night, to special events, and even dinner parties. Sunrooms hold onto memories like they hold onto the sunlight, so take advantage of the newfound space. 

Lightening up your home by adding a sunroom is a way to get creative and feel good. By expanding your outdoor view and letting the light in, sunrooms can bring people together and make simple tasks that much more enjoyable. After all, who wants to stare at the pavement on a rainy day? Contact us for a free in-home design consultation to discuss how we can lighten up your home with a sunroom addition

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