A rubber plant does well in the darker corners of the sunroom while succulents and additions like the snake plant thrive pretty much everywhere.
Combining the best of luxury Italian design with intricate craftsmanship and a dash of golden glint these mesmerizing décor pieces would fit into even contemporary space when used right.
By filling the sunroom with too much furniture you can ruin this visual appeal. In smaller sunrooms custom built-in benches and sofas next to the window that are unassuming go a long way in giving the interior a spacious vibe.
This is of course an annual affair and in some parts of the world even summer can get pretty dark dreary and even rainy! With that mind a sunroom definitely feels like a practical addition that allows you to take in all the warmth without having to deal with the vagaries of weather.
Since direct sunlight can really damage this lovely couch it is best to keep it away from the windows and direct light. Plush seating in white with floral pattern or pops of pink is great for the shabby chic sunroom while most tropical modern and contemporary sunrooms look best when filled with décor made from natural materials.
If swinging outdoor sofas like Gravity are not your thing then another way to usher in informal elegance is colorful modular seating. Many outdoor décor options combine modularity with low-maintenance durability and these hip cushions can easily be moved around into the patio or to the pool deck when needed.