A customised sunroom is the perfect solution for families who want a space to relax in that remains completely sheltered during winter, while making the most of natural light during warmer months.
Unlike al fresco areas, which are covered but have only limited exterior walls, a sunroom is completely contained. Constructed with plenty of glass, a sunroom can act as a great space for relaxing, and could even add value to your home.
However, picking a colour scheme is still important – there’s flooring, furniture and drapes or blinds to think about, after all.
Brown and mint green
A sun room that embraces splashes of brown and mint green has a comfortable, country feel about it.
Opt for pale flooring, such as cream or tan tiles and off-white or cream furniture. A timber coffee table and side table, some golden brown cushions and a wicker basket will look striking, while pops of mint green in a rug or ceiling trim inject colour without going overboard.
White, black and pale blue
There’s something incredibly soothing about pale blue, but it can easily give the impression of a washed-out room.
Paint walls pale blue, window frames a cool off-white and invest in black and white furniture for a chic, contemporary look.
This colour scheme will make a small space pop, as the cool hues open the space up, making it seem bigger than it actually is.
Sunshine yellow and terracotta
For a truly homely feel, why not pair splashes of sunshine yellow with terracotta tiles?
This look is arguably more bold than simply painting your sunroom off-white or cream, so think carefully about how it will flow with the remainder of your property’s interior design.
However, it could be the perfect way to play with some more vivacious shades in your home, without redecorating your interior living areas and bedrooms.