It’s been almost a year since I updated this room and I wanted to do a simple update. Here’s my summer sunroom refresh!
Who else needs small changes in their decor every now and then?
Oh, good! Glad I’m not the only one.
I like to call it redecorranging – redecorating by rearranging a few items to give the room a simple look.
It’s one of my favorite ways to decorate because it is so cheap!
And you know I’m all about saving money!
So let me show you what I did to give this room a quick update.
Summer Sunroom Refresh
It all started with this rug.
It’s called the Emily Rug from Well Woven and it was a steal this past mother’s day weekend.
So I treated myself!
I loved the soft colors so much!
We had a knotted jute rug in here and it was a beautiful natural rug.
But after our living with our old rug, we noticed we couldn’t open the back door. So this was the perfect solution!
I think the colors balance nicely with my painted coffee table.
The other switch we made was to bring up the matching ektorp loveseat that matches our sofa.
We’ve had these Ikea Ektorp Sofas for about 6 years now and I love how easy they are to keep clean!
Here’s a link to some tips I’ve found to keep them nice and bright!
I added this ottoman to create the perfect reading spot.
And I love how it looks with our woven blinds!
I recently updated this little trunk and it’s the perfect side table for a cup of coffee!
So now, this is my favorite spot to start my day!
Swapping out our vintage wardrobe cabinet with this small dresser was another change we made.
This little chest used to sit in our master bedroom in our Tennessee house, but it didn’t quite find a home in our Meadow Brook home.
But now, I think it’s found it’s resting spot.
Since I love all things vintage, I added some of my favorite pieces.
These miniature milk glass jars are always what I look for when I go junkin!
And who doesn’t love a good seltzer bottle!
And these vintage shutters are a recent find from an architectural salvage shop in Cullman, Al.
They fit perfectly here.
I kept my creamer collection in place and love how it ties all the soft greens in!
I painted this the same color I painted my side table trunk and it’s the perfect hue.
And a sunroom wouldn’t be complete without greenery.
But I am horticulturally challenged!
So all of these plants are fakers.
But you couldn’t tell!
I placed this vintage bar stool behind the couch and added a sweet wicker basket to soften the look.
And then topped it with more faux greenery.
So, it doesn’t have to be drastic changes or huge purchases to make over a room.
This took a weekend and a little bit of muscle to swap things around, but I love this summer sunroom refresh so much!
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