Soak up the warm rays — without ever venturing outside. These designer solariums range from cozy reading nooks to party-ready spaces, all while looking distinctly stylish.
Designer Ashley Whittaker created a summery vibe in a Connecticut home by mounting latticework in the sunroom. Fresh green paint — Pantone's Young Wheat — only adds to the secret garden feel.
Short of a major DIY project, a trelliage-inspired pillow does the trick.
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Home bloggers can't get enough of this super-affordable brass mirror from Target.
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Even adults can appreciate a good swing. Jonathan Adler accessorized this Westchester home's rattan chair with a flokati and a needlepoint .
Don't just add a hammock to the porch. A breezy rope chair can hang indoors too.
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Moroccan tiles pave a suburban New York sunroom, which serves a multipurpose family room. Sara Gilbane had the ceiling painted in a custom pale-blue lacquer for an indoor/outdoor feel. The walls are covered in Woven Rattan by Phillip Jeffries.
Two little topiaries make for the cutest fireplace accessories. These ones only look real, so you don't have to worry about too much sun.
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Steal her breezy style by adding a watery vase to your own coffee table. Bonus points if you put flowering branches in it!
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"Even in the fog, the sunroom always seems cheery, and we wanted to echo that in the Palm Beach decor," Palmer Weiss says of this San Francisco house. Mainly Baskets created the wicker chair and sofa, and the rug is by Dash & Albert.
It's impossible to grow tired of a classic striped rug. This one is sturdy enough to withstand outdoor use (you can wash it with the hose!) so an enclosed porch is no problemo.
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Lisa McFadden embraced pattern in a Hamptons getaway, using coordinating Pierre Frey prints for the sunroom's sofa, pillows and chair cushions.The trio of red-lacquered cubes is by Jonathan Adler.
Push together a few end tables, and you've got your own modular set-up.
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This Dallas sunroom certainly doesn't skimp on light. Huge arched windows open up the entertaining space designed by Cathy Kincaid.
Regardless of how many rays your space gets, this faux fiddle-leaf fig will thrive in any number of conditions. That's good news for absent-minded waterers.
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Not everyone gets to vacation in the Caribbean. Bring the beach to you by piling on blue and white accessories, like this cotton throw.
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You can hunt for vintage Franco Albini tables on or , but this similar wicker pouf arrives on your doorstep in just days.
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To update this Louisiana house for the 21st century, Melissa Rufty covered the sunroom walls in a scenic Paul Montgomery silver-leaf paper. She also re-covered the existing bérgères in a peridot Donghia satin for quick hit of color.
Bérgères or armchairs, silk pillow cases can dress up whatever seating's in your sunroom. These covers come in dozens of colors too.
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Get the look of a carpet, without the stains. Michael Maher enlarged a rug motif for the pattern on his painted pine floor. Black mullions frame the view in the New Jersey solarium, and a Lee Jofa stripe covers the cushions.
Think beyond the wicker set. A petite wooden stool serves as both an end table and versatile seating.
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It may be a sunroom, but don't let a blinding glare ruin your cozy spot. Castec woven shades filter bright light in the a Southern sunroom by Jim Howard.
A rattan serving tray can hold both wine and flowers — and protect the coffee table from unsightly water ring stains.
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