We are gearing up for another fun room reno and I am so excited about this next room! I hope our French Farmhouse Sunroom plans inspire you!
Can you believe that summer is almost to a close?
Not that I’m complaining.
I think I officially hit the, “Okay – when can the kids get back in school?” mode this week. I love having the time with my boys, but I’m also ready to get back to a routine.
Ever since we finished our Kitchen Remodel and our Pantry Makeover, I’ve been eye-balling our adjoining sunroom and it just isn’t quite right.
And doesn’t it always happen that way? One project bunny trails into another.
But – and lemme tell ya, I got a big but(t).
But, I am not holding fast and true to a tight deadline. I think it’s okay to have goals, but I’m seriously taking a laid back approach to this makeover.
Also, this isn’t going to be a huge makeover. More like a budget friendly refresh.
So, are you ready to see my French Farmhouse Sunroom Plans?
Let’s start with a before picture.
So this is what it looked like when we moved in.
Beige, bland, and boring.
Plus the shades blocked out the beautiful view and make the room seem smaller and darker.
There are some beautiful black windows behind those shades that need revealing!
Are you ready for my inspiration board?
This is just a teeny taste of what I hope to accomplish for this room. I have lots of inspo I’ve been pulling from across the web.
I love Ellen from Featherglass! Her style is so classic – muted wood tones, but hints of richness and texture!
Andrea from Fleur at Home has such a great classic style, but with more vintage elements like I love. Plus she sells her goodies online at Fleur.boutique!
Isn’t this the cutest? I am in love with the simple ceiling beams that Shelbie from My Little Humble Dwelling has in her sunroom.
And the sunroom that tops all sunroom is Liz Marie’s! Her sunroom invites you in to sit and get cozy with a book and a cuppa!
Now that you’ve seen a bit of my inspiration for this room, it’s time to check out the to do list.
French Farmhouse Sunroom Plans
- Paint Masonry and walls
- Paint Back Door Black
- Scrape Popcorn Ceiling and paint
- Install Ceiling beams
- Update ceiling fan
- Hang Woven blinds in windows
- Hang DIY curtains
- Refresh a neglected antique wardrobe as focal point
- Paint green hutch
- Slipcover a vintage bench
- Reupholster chairs for this room
- Get a jute rug for the room
- Create easily washable slipcovers for ektorp sofa
The list looks long, but it’s mostly small DIYs instead of a huge overhaul.
So will you follow along as I tackle another room in our fixer?
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