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Creating a relaxing, welcoming sunroom
By Payless Decor
11/1/2012 11:42:00 AM

If you're lucky enough to have a sunroom in your home, you know how important it is to create an interior design that makes you want to use the space on a regular basis. The right discount window treatments, furnishings and decorative accents can make all the difference when it comes to a sunroom that suits your tastes and needs. If you're sprucing up the interior of this space for the first time, here are some tips to keep in mind to make the design process easier.

Your sunroom should be all about sunlight.
Natural light is going to be the most intriguing aspect of your sunroom, which means that you'll want window treatments that allow sunlight to flow through regularly. Sliding panels, cellular shades and blinds are all viable options for this living space. These window treatments easily allow natural light to come in and they can be closed on a whim whenever privacy is desired.

The furniture should be light.
Your sunroom shouldn't be bogged down with oversized, heavy furniture. Instead, you should look for pieces that create a light, airy feeling that complement the nature seen out your windows. Good Housekeeping Magazine recommends wicker as a viable option, but you aren't limited to this choice. Remember to make comfort a priority when selecting furniture - after all, you'll likely be using your sunroom to relax and unwind.

The space should be warm and inviting.
Sunlight will do plenty when it comes to creating an energetic atmosphere, but there are a few other tactics you might want to use to create a warm, welcoming environment. Incorporate colors such as red, yellow and orange into your furnishings and decorations to make the sunroom feel more cozy and vibrant.

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