5 design ideas to customize your sunroom

Sunrooms are a perfect solution for homes that are in serious need of both extra light and more space. Traditionally, bump-outs or additions have been the go-to solution when it comes to adding more square footage in your home. But, if you don’t need an extra bedroom or more kitchen space, then a sunroom is the perfect solution instead.

Factory Direct Sunrooms in Calgary specializes in sunroom installations. They share some design ideas to consider for your new sunroom:

Sunroom conservatory  

People aren’t the only ones who benefit from soaking up some healthy light and warmth from the sun—plants do too! If you can’t decide between a conservatory or sunroom, then don’t, because a sunroom can be both. With an insulated sunroom, you can enjoy your plants all year-round and add some colour to the greys of winter.

Add some outdoor furniture such as wicker chairs and tables, natural stone or tile flooring, and voila! You have a perfect green oasis either for relaxation or for any passionate gardeners.

‘Outdoor’ office 

Why settle for just one window to look out of, or worse a solid wall, when you can enjoy a room with a view all around? If you work from home, then you’ll understand how important it is to have space where you can really get down to it and focus. It’s easy to go stir-crazy being cooped up inside, but with the natural light flooding into a sunroom, it’ll hardly feel like work. Keep your décor colouring light, with splashes of colour to help keep the space relaxing.

Playroom for the kids 

Need a dedicated space for your kids to play without getting underfoot? Transforming your sunroom into a play place oasis is a perfect solution. Better yet, with an insulated sunroom, your kids can play there all-year-round. It’ll never be too hot or too cold to let your kids play outdoors. Opting for brighter, vibrant colours will really create a sense of play and fun. Plus, as your kids grow, the space can be turned from a kid’s play area into a family fun room.

Home library 

Always wanted a home library but never had space? Well, there’s no better combination than a cozy reading space, natural sunlight and a selection of books. Instead of traditional bookshelves, go for lower shelving instead. Combine comfy seating and shelving space by adding a window seat in one corner. Or, if you have a windowless wall, consider floating shelves. Plush carpeting on the floors will help pull the cozy, reading nook feel together perfectly.

The tea room 

Who says you’re too old to have tea parties? Sunrooms are the perfect place to host friends and family for visits but are even better for tea. If you want an old-fashioned feel, then white wrought iron tables and chairs will add an ageless elegance. Otherwise, a wicker set creates the perfect setting for a cozier, relaxed space. Pastel colours work best for tea rooms, plus you now have the perfect space to enjoy tea at any time! Want more ideas? Check out some design ideas and inspiration for your sunroom.

Sunrooms in Calgary 

Factory Direct Sunrooms are experts at building outdoor living spaces, whether that is a gazebo, a screen room or a sunroom. They pride themselves on offering only the highest quality of services and giving their clients a true outdoor oasis to relax in and enjoy. When you work with them, you can be guaranteed you will always love the outcome.

Don’t hesitate to contact them today for an estimate on a new outdoor space!

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