There is nothing better than being able to lounge in a sunroom and just drink in the scenes of nature all around. No matter what time of day you indulge yourself, there is just something so energizing and renewing about those few minutes of peaceful silent contemplation that can set the tone for the rest of your day. You can improve upon that peaceful contemplation even more with just the right interior design for that sunroom.
The Color Scheme Of Your Sunroom
The most popular theme for the interior design of the average sunroom is to balance as much as you can of nature itself inside of it. Natural wood paneling is an obvious choice for this kind of room design, along with either draperies or blinds that are used in such a way as to not completely obscure the panoramic view at least from the inside of the sunroom. Using slightly opaque blinds on the exterior, however, is a great way to lend some sense of privacy after the sun sets.
The color scheme for the interior of a sunroom should be one that will not detract from the views beyond its windows. No glaring colors, no garish rugs or artwork upon what little wall space you will have. Soft tones, like eggshell white, taupe, or even a soft gray should be added to the window frames to lighten its contrast with the view. Darker colors should be restricted to the furniture itself, as they will become the backdrop for nature itself from the inside of the sunroom.
Comfort Should Abound In A Sunroom
Speaking of the furniture, it should be as comfortable as you can find, with thick padding and low slung. The purpose for many people who build a sunroom is so they have a special place in which to relax, so the furniture should encourage that purpose by being as comfortable as possible. Low slung furniture, close to the ground that encourages stretching out, are perfect for this task.
The rugs used in a sunroom should be thick, and luxurious to the feet. A thick pile of some neutral shade would be best, the kind that just encourages visitors to its area to walk upon it with their bare feet. Perhaps a middle shade of green, like grass, or a light beige, reminiscent of a walk upon the beach would be ideal for your sunroom dÃ©cor.