Some indoor plants do well with medium to bright light, while others need much lower sunlight. But going beyond just light, keeping the heat and humidity inside the sunroom right is a big part of maintaining the health of those plants. This is truer in winter months when the temperatures can drop drastically and sunlight becomes a rare commodity. Consider another source of heat to supplement heat from sunlight during these chilly times.
Smaller living rooms do best if they are decorated with simplicity. A beautiful beige sofa, a dark beige rug with a transparent table and khaki walls all create a light and quiet atmosphere!
It would barely come as a surprise to anyone following early trends of 2017 that natural design elements are currently a hit among homeowners and designers alike. Wood is the undoubted leader of this pack with modern homes embracing the warmth and organic elegance of the material at its beautiful best. Be it ingenious decor, stylish accessories or even exceptional backdrops, wood is pretty much everywhere you look around! Now is definitely a great time to get in on the ‘woodsy wave’ and you can do it without completely revamping your existing living room.
A sunny and open beige living room feels cheerful and optimistic! It’s truly a great space to spend your days in, soaking in the sunlight and enjoying in the lightness of the interior!
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.
The sleek TV cabinet in the living room is an ideal fit for the contemporary living room where there is no room for excesses. It is easy to incorporate in most existing living spaces and takes up very little square footage thanks to its innately space-savvy design. Wall-mounted floating TV units are currently a hot trend and coupling it with under-cabinet LED strip lighting is the perfect way to illuminate the accent wall in your living room without going overboard.