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Sun Shades

By: Karen E.

 

When it comes to covering the windows in your sunroom, there are a lot of options.  One of the most popular is Sunweaves, also known as sunshades.  Customers are generally most familiar seeing them in restaurants or coffee shops, and never envisioned them in their home, but when you stop and consider it, they really are a great option. 

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Sunroom Decorating Mistakes

By: Ashley Sclafani

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Whether you are moving into a home with a sunroom or having one built, the most important thing to keep in mind when decorating is what the sunroom is going to be used for. Not what you would like it to be used for, but what it will actually be used for. Sometimes these are very different things. If you just want to lounge around in it and enjoy the sun, make it comfortable. If it is going to be used for dining or dinner parties, make sure it has a table. What you will ultimately use it for will also determine the colors you choose, as color affects the mood of the room. Make sure you determine your sunroom’s main use before you do anything to it or it may end up as extra storage space.

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When in Rome Do What The Romans Do

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By: Aisha

My parents recently moved to a retirement home and left the house to me, so I decided to redecorate the entire thing.The home is an old Victorian. All the rooms have crown molding and all the walls are painted in neutral beige colors to add softness to the rooms. The floors are all hard wood golden oak. Each room has a set of french doors. The room in particular that I have just finished renovating was our sun room. It’s a grand room with an open floor concept. It actually attaches from the main living room and then leads to an outdoor garden. The garden has a magnificent water fountain, koi pond, and multiple flower beds of roses. The flooring in the sun room is a grey marble and the walls are a stark white. There are five windows that overlook to the garden area.

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Sunny Days Have Come and Gone

By: Aisha004_dubai_earlgrey_023

Two weeks ago my husband built a new sunroom addition to our home that overlooks a lake. The scenery is absolutely beautiful, but the problem is the sun. The sun beats down so hard during the day that I can no longer stand to even be in the room. The windows are actually the entire front facing wall of the room, from ceiling to floor. The rest of the walls are painted a pale silver blue. And the furniture all a light grey color, the material being leather. There is also a grey swirl carpet that sits in the center that acts as a focal point to the room and  on top of it sits a stainless steel coffee table. On the other walls are pictures of still life shots of flowers at various angles.

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Sun Room 101

By: Kim

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I have a sun room with a large double sliding glass door and 6 large windows. Buying the house initially my thoughts were “this is such a beautiful room! So much light and air flow!” ; as I am sure most people feel.. But little do you know, decorating that room quickly becomes hard work and a lot of trial and error.I knew I needed some type of window covering for mild privacy, but didn’t want it to take away from the openness of the room itself. My house is set back from the street but the sunroom is located off the side of the house, so you can see some of the windows from the street.
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American Relaxing

 By: Karen016_mandlay_bo_moccassin_008

Baseball.  Apple Pie.  Hot Dogs.  All of these things scream, summer in America to me.  And I love them all.  So when it came to redecorating my sun porch this year, it seemed like a logical option to go with an American theme.  I already had a white theme from the previous year, so all I had to do was update it with some red, white, and blue.

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