Seven Trend Setting Designs for a Sunroom this Spring

A sunroom is a structure, usually constructed onto the side of a house, to allow enjoyment of the surrounding landscape, while sheltering from adverse weather like rain or wind.

What to put in a sunroom? This is a topic I know something about. Here are seven trend setting designs for a sunroom this Spring.

Amy Genser - Sea Glass

Amy Genser

This piece of artwork reminds me of swimming through coral reefs in the deep blue sea.

Brenda Houston - Lamp

Brenda Houston

I love the colors and textures of this semi-precious stone. If my neck were strong enough, I swear I would wear this lamp as a necklace.

Erika Van Dewark - Elephant

Erika Van Dewark

I love the position of the moon over the elephant. Look closely and you will see elephants on the other side of the vase. This is such a beautiful piece of artwork.

es-salmon leather

ES-Salmon Leather

I try to eat salmon three times a week. Who would have ever thought, I could use the skin to re-upholster my furniture! This is tough and flexible, with a very unique texture.

JBS Designs - Rug

JBS Designs

This custom woven canvas rug, reminds me of one of Monet’s landscape paintings.

David & Jennifer Clancy - Lily

David & Jennifer Clancy

Have you ever wished you could have beautiful flowers without having to water them? This is your answer! This beautiful bouquet can even be lit from inside, to provide an ethereal glow.

CP Lighting - Branch Chandelier

CP Lighting

I like the handmade finish on this branch chandelier. Each chandelier is one of a kind.

I could talk about what to put in a sunroom for summer and fall too (and probably will), or show you right now some of the trend setting designs to use in other rooms of your house.

Do these give you some ideas for what you could put in a Sunroom?

Related Sites

Amy Genser

Brenda Houston

Erika Van Dewark

ES-Salmon Leather

JBS Designs

David & Jennifer Clancy

CP Lighting


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