Hi Friends! How are you? I can’t believe how busy the last couple of weeks have been. It all feels a bit like a blur, honestly! My dad had surgery, and there were a few bumps, and scares, and doubts along the way. But to his doctor’s, and all of our, amazement, he’s recovering much faster and with much less pain than expected, and I’m so happy and relieved about that! Thank you to all of you who sent your well wishes and prayers. They meant so much to me and my family, and they were certainly heard ?
But today, I’m thrilled to be sharing part one of a beautiful, fall sunroom reveal that I wrapped up last week. It’s such a cozy room, you guys, and I’m so happy for the homeowners.
Can I just say that designing this space has reminded me of how much I LOVE sunrooms? There’s something so settled and comforting about them, isn’t there? I would encourage anyone who’s thinking of getting one to look for local sunroom contractors and make it happen! When my client and I first spoke about redoing this space, she said that she wanted to have a place for her large, immediate and extended family to spill onto to celebrate holidays and other gatherings. Plenty of comfortable seating and a flatscreen were paramount.
Sounds simple enough, but the room is long and narrow with loads of windows and very little wall space, so it was actually quite a tall order!
My client and I are thrilled with the quality and the look! The color is called ‘wisteria.’ And we both love the fact that it’s made with Sunbrella fabric, which means it’s stain resistant, durable, and won’t fade.
Perfect for a sunroom that’s going to see plenty of grandchildren!
It can be a challenge to fill a space with personality and charm when there really isn’t a place for wall decor, but I managed to squeeze in a sofa table behind the sectional to display a few pretty accessories. It looks beautiful, but it’ll also be a great place to put drinks or snacks when the family’s hanging out.
There is only one wall in the room large enough to accommodate a tv, but placing a few accessories on the console beneath it helped to warm things up and keep the room from feeling bland.
But who am I kidding? I’d take one of everything, if I could.
But the thing I’m most excited about in this space, is the fact that it’s going to be home to so many memories, and playdates, and parties, and holidays..
For many years to come…
Which I think, for me, is always the most rewarding part about doing what I do!
I’ll be posting part two of this room reveal in the next couple of weeks, and I’d love it if you’d come on by to find out about the rest of the sources for this space, and to see a few more photos! I hope you’ve all been doing well!
Here are the links to all of the pretty Raymour & Flanigan pieces one more time, in case you missed them: