Modern sunrooms are no longer a luxury. For many people, they are a necessity. Every citizen is dreaming of a cozy, warm sunroom, especially in the cold, cloudy days or in the winter frosts. Back in time a conservatory was a symbol of aristocratic luxury and life on a grand scale and could only be seen in the estates of wealthy aristocrats. In the last few decades, however, new building materials have made it possible and affordable for ordinary people to build a winter garden.
Modern sunrooms design ideas
Modern sunrooms are no longer premises with exotic plants. They are an extension of the house and will host the homeowners not only during cold winter days but all the time. Typically, most sunrooms have walls of glass. Of course plants need a lot of light, but on the other hand, homeowners can enjoy every bit of sunlight during winter. The truth is that the sunroom has changed its main purpose – to use it for growing plants – it has become a part of the living space and can be used for a place to relax, to dine with friends and family, or enjoy fantastic panorama views of Nature.
Modern sunrooms furniture ideas
Once you have constructed your extension it is the time to make it a comfortable and welcoming place. Modern sunrooms should reflect your personality and, of course, their interior design and furniture should be matched with the overall interior design of the home. It is better to keep to natural materials like wood and stone as they have a great aesthetic appeal. Get some comfortable furniture – a small table and chairs, a set of armchairs, a sofa, but make sure you do not clutter the sunroom. Consider the cooling during summer period. Bladeless ceiling fans are an innovative and modern way to cool your sunroom. Look at the gallery below and get inspired for your own sunroom!
A modern house extension
Elegant sunroom with a grand piano
Elegant and stylish design
Maximum use of available living space
Fresh color accents in the interior
Stylish sunroom with modern fireplace