Adding indoor plants to the sunroom does not mean you indiscriminately fill the room with loads of green. This approach might work well with sunrooms of certain style like tropical, but too many indoor plants can take away from the style of the sunroom. Make sure that the indoor flowering plants add to the color scheme of the room while the pots that hold the plants accentuate this look. In contemporary sunrooms, you just need a few carefully placed plants in corner to complete the perfect hangout.
A very important piece of any coastal living room must be the wall art. A wall gallery with carefully chosen paintings looks stunning, as it fills up the empty wall without closing up the room!
There is nothing revolutionary about black and white as a color combination. Yet, somethings are dubbed ‘classic’ for a reason! A black and white couch instantly holds your attention even while making sure that the color scheme of the living room is left completely undisturbed. The more intricate the pattern more is the visual impact! The black and white couch can bring patterns that range from simple dots and stripes to chevron outlines and wavy forms. As seasons change and color trends come and go, you can simply switch out accent pillows, accessories and smaller decor pieces around this couch to usher in trendy panache!
You want your decor choices to elevate the style quotient of your sunroom without actually compromising on comfort of seating capacity. Industrial, and eclectic sunrooms often end up with large leather sofas. Since direct sunlight can really damage this lovely couch, it is best to keep it away from the windows and direct light. Plush seating in white with floral pattern or pops of pink is great for the shabby chic sunroom while most tropical, modern and contemporary sunrooms look best when filled with decor made from natural materials. Rattan or bamboo outdoor furniture is a fine option here and you can even think about synthetic rattan decor as a more durable substitute.
The sea has the most magnificent coloring. It can be dark blue or light turqoise, all depending on its depth and the way the light hits the water at any given moment. White often comes into the mix when the waves start foaming and the whole scenery is absolutely captivating. Bring these colors into your interior to fully capture the magic of the ocean!
Even the flowers have gotten the memo that this living room is all about the color of the sea! The striped rug is such a nice touch and goes amazingly with the simplistic wooden table!