Interior Render of the Week: Decorating a Small Sun Room
How to Decorate a Small Sun Room

How to Decorate a Small Sun Room

Written by –
Vanessa Louie
on March 29th 2018
Hygge is home for Vanessa. If you're wondering how she likes to keep her house, think tidy and uncluttered. She even has a personal Pinterest board featuring only white colored homes, appealing to her minimal design aesthetic.
Design:

NONAGON.studio

Filled with a generous amount of light, sun rooms or enclosed patios offer spaces to relax and connect with the outdoors. Whether you’re blessed with a large sun room, or a cozy corner, there are still plenty of ways to achieve to achieve a zen sun room without breaking the bank. For this week’s interior render by NONAGON.studio, we explore how to decorate a small sun room or conservatory. Let’s take a look.

Choosing Home Accessories for the Sun Room

Take advantage of every square inch by opting for furniture and decor pieces you can easily move around.

3D Interior Render of the Week by NONAGON.studio - Zen sun room with plenty of indoor plants | NONAGON.style

1. Plants

Indoor plants are essential ingredients to every sun room and they absolutely thrive in this environment – you’re not the only one that will enjoy soaking up the rays in this mini greenhouse. Placing different types of plants in varying sizes give the room plenty of texture, and adds a casual vibe to the space.

 

2. Adaptable Space

It’s the pieces of furniture and decor you choose that determine how functional your solarium is. In this room, the portable bar cart on wheels provides storage space and a subtle transition to the connecting room. Get yourself a drying rack that can be stashed away and make good use of the heat trap.

 

3. Making the Most of Light

In this room, the long mirror works to bounce off light into otherwise dark corners. You may want to adapt the room based on where the sun streams in, which might change throughout the year depending on which way your home faces. 

 

4. Texturize

Natural sunlight fades materials, which is a great excuse to have fun with textiles. Choose whites that don’t mind getting bleached, or go for something wacky that you don’t mind upholstering a few years down the line. Of course, don’t forget to bring in boho woven baskets and mats to complete the charming look.

Did you enjoy our render of the week? Head on over to NONAGON.studio to see more amazing work. There’s plenty of inspiration for your next home design project.

 

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