Once you have the ‘seats’ part of the seating arrangement sorted, it is time to get to the arrangement part of it all. Sunrooms are all about a sense of warmth, openness, natural light and cheerful ambiance. By filling the sunroom with too much furniture, you can ruin this visual appeal. In smaller sunrooms, custom built-in benches and sofas next to the window that are unassuming go a long way in giving the interior a spacious vibe. With larger sunrooms, create individual pockets of decor maybe a small breakfast zone here, a comfy conversation nook there and seating for the entire family at the heart of it all!
While classical coastal living rooms are normally more subtle and serene, you can absolutely include bold elements such as bright orange chairs to challenge the traditional look and bring something modern to the table.
Those seeking even more contrast can choose a coffee table that blends unusual form with warmth of wood or sparkle of metal to create a cool focal point. In most modern living rooms the large coffee table is being replaced by a collection of smaller coffee tables or even a trio of stylish side tables, which give a lot more design flexibility. This summer, try out this new look for a fresher and more vibrant living room.
A peaceful living room manifesting the serene energy of a sandy beach, captured by white and beige color palette, is the ideal space if you are in need of a coastal retreat every day of your life!
Not sure if you can handle an overload of indoor plants? Everything ranging from seat cushions with tropical motif to wallpaper featuring large leafy patterns can be used to usher in greenery in a unique fashion. Then there is the added benefit of large glass windows bringing in the green landscape outside and making it a part of the sunroom. Couple this with a few smaller indoor plants and get started!
There’s something about beige that pairs amazingly with countryside inspired decor! The mix of the two truly feels warm, kind and inviting!