Today we take a look at a completely different aspect of sunroom design, which moves away from style and focuses on a love for all things green. Indoor plants are far easier to maintain than you think and with air plants currently a part of hot decorating trends, it makes plenty of sense to give your sunroom a green upgrade. From orchids and passion flower to the resilient ZZ plant and awesome succulents, there is plenty of variety to choose from. Then there is the matter of countless displays you can try out.
Bright living rooms decorated in a clean and simplistic way are the perfect place for a minty sofa. If you are wishing for just a hint of boldness, add an armchair in a stronger shade of mint!
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!
Where you place a plant in the sunroom is dependent on a lot more than aesthetics alone. Make sure that the plant receives the right amount of sunlight and warmth throughout the year, keeping it healthy and happy! Since there is often no shortage of natural light in the sunroom, you definitely have greater decorating freedom here. But some indoor plants grow better under direct light while others need plenty of shade. A rubber plant does well in the darker corners of the sunroom while succulents and additions like the snake plant thrive pretty much everywhere.
Reclaimed barn wood or old planks of wood from the attic given a new lease of life might not always fit in seamlessly with the aesthetics of a contemporary living rom. If you are looking for a finish that is far more urbane and classy, the accent walls in redwood, cedar or other locally sourced woods make a good option. The idea here is to cut back of excesses and to keep the visual appeal of the wooden accent wall minimal even while allowing the natural grace of wood to shine through. The more neutral the living room is, greater will be the impact of this woodsy composition.
The right pot for your indoor plant not only allows it to grow to its full potential, but also adds to the style of the interior. Dark and polished pots are great for the contemporary, minimal and modern sunrooms while terracotta and ceramic pots fit into rustic, farmhouse and traditional sunrooms. Pots with more intricate pattern and bright design can enhance the charm of your Mediterranean sunroom while small, hanging containers and trendy planters with geo design can house your succulents and air plants.