The Sunroom Decor Inspiration You Need

Sunroom Decor Inspiration

Today I’ll be sharing the sunroom decor inspiration you need – and giving you some tips and tricks from my recently decorated sunroom! As you can see, I chose a neutral palette with a lot of fun textures, patterns, and details. I wanted the windows to be the biggest statement in the room – I absolutely love how large they are and how much light they bring in!

When it comes to styling your sunroom, here are some tips I follow when I design every space:

  1. Have an antique in every room: In this room the antique is my dining table. Balancing out a room with an antique or two is always a go-to when I’m decorating. Doing so can soften some modern pieces and brings some character into the room. I thought this table was absolutely stunning, and the details are to die for!
  2. Plants always: Plants are a great way to accessorize a room – and personally, mine are fake. Bringing a bit of green and some nature into a space is super important to me. Especially in a sunroom! Whether they are big or small, plants can add that finishing touch you are looking for to make a room feel complete and lived-in.
  3. Great art: Since my windows take up most of my wall space, I added one large piece of art over the fireplace mantel. I like big, bold pieces!
  4. Lighting statement: How great is this piece?! I love that is such a bold statement and adds a modern twist to the room to contrast some of my more traditional pieces.

I always get a lot of questions about our windows in the sunroom. These are metal windows and they completely make the room! Last summer I had UV film applied to the glass to keep the heat out and to protect my furniture. If y0u notice your floors and windows getting bleached by the sun, I totally recommend getting UV film!

I sourced my pieces from the following places in Atlanta:

Mrs Howard: coffee table, fig leaf trees

Acquisitions: couch, chairs, vases on table, gold lamps

Joseph Konrad: gold lamps, console table lamp and end tables

Gregg Irby Art Gallery – The Fox Hunt by Emyo painting above the fireplace

Mathew’s Furniture – gold light fixture

Huff Harrington Home: green pillows on couch and antique dining table

B.D Jeffries – console table

What are some decorating tips and tricks you live by?

The Sunroom Decor Inspiration You Need

The Sunroom Decor Inspiration You Need

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Jess Cathell

Jess Cathell is an Atlanta based lifestyle and interior creator, designer, and tastemaker. With years of experience in home decor and a portfolio ranging from farm house to the beach, Jess is known for creating balanced spaces with notes of the unexpected. Inspired by the fusion of traditional elements with bold contemporary design, she has developed a clear transitional style. Her most recent work can be found in the Atlanta Magazine as a tribute to the modern home work space. She has collaborated with brands such as Williams-Sonoma, Pottery Barn, and is continually looking to connect with local and sustainable sources.

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  1. 6.6.18
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