With a post-pandemic lifestyle on the horizon, many people want to spend time outside. However, it’s also summer, which means in many places it’s too hot to spend hours in the sun and heat.
Fortunately, you can construct a sunroom in your house or backyard to bask in the sun without feeling too hot or constantly swatting at mosquitoes. Sunrooms can be built in a variety of ways. They can be added extensions to your house or can be transformed from a front porch or backyard deck. You can also turn an unused shed into a sunroom.
There are plenty of sunroom ideas to fit everyone’s budget and needs. Here are a few ideas to inspire your sunroom.
Minimal and Meditative Sunroom
Minimalism is a popular design trend these days, especially with the millennial generation. Minimalist house designs help reinforce bad habits like hoarding or collecting clutter. When creating a sunroom keep in mind that you want it to be a place you can enjoy with your family and friends.
By creating a minimal sunroom, you can also make the space meditative for early morning coffee and tea or unwinding after a hard day’s work. The stress-free tactics below will help you create that meditative and welcoming sunroom.
Turn an Unused Shed Into a Sunroom
If you’re more of a DIY-typer person, consider turning a backyard shed into a sunroom. This will not only increase the livable square footage on your property, but it will also serve as a way to escape from the noise of the household.
You can also have your converted garden shed serve dual purposes: it can be a workspace and sunroom. Use these tips below to create a vibrant sunroom shed.
Design a Small Sunroom
Sunrooms don’t have to be astronomically expensive. If you’re on a budget consider hiring a contractor or DIY-ing your own miniature sunroom. An unused room or space in your house can be easily converted into a small sunroom for one or two people to enjoy at a time.
Here are some tips for those looking to create a small, but cozy and intimate, sunroom:
These various sunroom ideas will help brighten your living space and your life. Now is the perfect time to renovate and create the perfect sunroom for your home. For more helpful tips feel free to view Angi’s article on 40 sunroom ideas.