A sunroom is a great option to create a second living room for your home, but sometimes finding a design style for this space can get tricky. Here are some decorating ideas for bringing Spring into your sunroom!
I’m joining a group of amazing ladies this week celebrating Spring by showing the rooms we’ve decorated in a fun blog hop.
If you are coming from Kelly’s blog, the Tattered Pew, then Welcome to Noting Grace! Weren’t her Spring bedroom ideas so beautiful?
My name is Jen and Noting Grace is all about budget friendly DIYs and room renovations.
Our sunroom is one of my favorite rooms we’ve ever done and I’m always excited to share this space and how I change it for the seasons.
Sunroom Decorating Ideas for Spring
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I always love to start my Spring decorating in our small sunroom.
Since this isn’t a four-season room, the large windows which aren’t insulated make this a very cold room during the winter months.
But once the warmer weather shows up, our sunroom is the first thing I bring new life to in the Spring.
A sunroom is a perfect place to decorate for Spring, bridging the gap between indoors and outdoors while the temperatures are still making up their mind.
And the best way to do that is by using what you already have in the room, like how much light comes in.
How do you decorate a 3 season room?
You can make your sunroom addition feel inviting by decorating it with a cozy feel.
Comfortable furniture with plenty of seats create a room draws people in to sit and share casual conversation.
We have a long, but small room, so a large sofa wouldn’t work for this space. We thought a loveseat and a few armchairs were a good choice.
Add some throw pillows, a coffee table with books and magazines, and some potted plants can help it feel more inviting.
Here are some more ideas for you to consider when decorating your new sunroom.
Make most of the natural sunlight
Sunrooms usually have plenty of natural light since most are made with large glass windows.
When we made over this sunroom a few years ago, I wanted to keep things light and bright.
So I made the design choice to use white paint for the walls. I also opted for simple window treatments. The curtains are made from flat sheets that I placed in front of some woven shades.
The curtains highlight the windows without blocking a lot of natural light from coming in.
Add a little color to the room
Springtime is the perfect time to add hints of color to your home.
Last year, I created a Blue and Blush Spring Sunroom that was a great way to make this space inviting without too many bright colors.
But this year, I wanted something more simple.
This cabinet was left behind from our previous owners. So I added some fresh paint and a few of my coffee creamers I love to collect.
Light colored wood is an excellent choice
Since our room has white walls, I wanted to break up the bland color palette with some natural toned wood for my favorite room.
This old piece of furniture was a piece I rescued from going to the dump.
It turned out being one of my favorite furniture pieces I’ve updated.
What better way to brighten a room for Spring than by adding lighter wood tones?
Incorporate texture for a cozy feel
Sunrooms are known for being a great place to relax with a good book. A perfect spot to enjoy the outdoor elements without being outside.
So not only should your sunroom furniture want to welcome you to sit and relax, but it should be cozy too!
I love to add new pillows that have texture, but are still comfy to sit against.
Don’t forget the greenery!
One of the best sunroom ideas I always see is to incorporate indoor plants in the room.
Since there is an abundance of light, it’s always a good idea to add some greenery.
We were given this beautiful peace lily to celebrate the life of a close relative that passed.
And to be honest, I’m amazed I’ve kept it alive this long.
So if you lack a green thumb like me, then go with faux greenery!
Other Spring decorating ideas
Here are some more simple ways to update your three or four seasons room for Spring.
- Add a new rug – an outdoor rug is a great option!
- Bring in a dining table to create a seasonal dining room while waiting on the weather conditions to get warmer
- Use items that make the room feel like Spring, like a bird feeder, or faux nest.
I hope this gave you some sunroom design ideas to help you welcome Spring into your home.
Now you are in for a treat! Next on the blog hop is Vicki from 2 Bees in A Pod. She is sharing her blue and white dining room and it’s so stunning! Be sure to give her a visit.
I also wanted to take a moment to say a special thank you to my friend, Leen, from Sand Dollar Lane, for her hard work putting this awesome blog hop together.
It’s always a joy to be a part of something so special like this.
And don’t forget to visit the other amazing bloggers on this Spring home tour down below!