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Finding the Perfect Furniture and Decor for your Sunroom



Congratulations! You just became the proud parents of a Four Season’s sunroom; not what you were expecting, right? At Four Seasons, we think that finishing up your first home addition is an occasion worth celebrating… much like that of the birth of a child. And similarly, this sunroom deserves all the love and care you can give it. Therefore, when it comes to furnishing and decorating your sunroom, you cannot cut any corners. Just like your children, your sunroom deserves the best and most affordable clothing and accessories (or furniture and decor). Here are our top suggestions to make your space perfect for the whole family and the showstopper you have always dreamed of. 

Your sunroom is uniquely yours. Simply put, there are no limits when it comes to designing your sunroom. The first step is to decide how to maximize natural light and space. Think about how you can incorporate an element of the outdoors into your sunroom, but maybe including potted plants or bright colored accent pillows. Next, it is important to talk to your family to ultimately choose what the main purpose of your sunroom will be; will it be an office, a game room, a yoga studio, a room for entertainment, or just a space to relax? Thinking about this beforehand will be highly beneficial when getting into the design phase. 

This is where the fun begins! It is time to find the perfect furniture and decor for your sunroom. Let’s say you decided to use your sunroom as a cozy nook to unwind and escape the stressors of life. For cozy sunroom furniture, consider including a large couch with chairs facing it to allow for an easy flow of conversation. Add plush throw pillows, potted plants, coffee tables, books, and fuzzy blankets for maximum relaxation. 

This is just one example of how to decorate your sunroom. Don’t worry if you decide now to create a cozy space, but in a few years want to make your sunroom more of a living room or sophisticated space. Sunrooms are highly versatile and mature just like your children. With time and age, you can mix and match the pillows, plants, and wall pieces to adapt the space to your family’s current needs.

We know it can be hard to move on from something you love. Consequently, we encourage that you make your sunroom match the rest of the interior of your home. This continuous flow can make your home feel even larger; exactly what you may need as your family grows.

Now, we do realize that adding a sunroom onto your home is a little different than bringing a new life into the world. But if you think about it, both add new life, noise, space, and love into your family. Four Seasons is honored to be a part of all of the milestones in your life. Thank you for choosing and trusting us; let’s build the best, together. 

 

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