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What building materials should I consider for my sunroom?
If you want to allow the maximum amount of sunlight into your sunroom while also trapping heat, clear, double-glazed windows should make up the majority of the walls. If you live in a mostly-warm climate like Queensland, enclosed verandahs would benefit from window screens, to allow airflow. A retractable roof or louvres are another great option that would let you control the airflow.
Roofing can be consistent with the rest of the home, or, depending on the preference of the homeowner, could consist of glass or plastic panels that let in extra light. If you’re willing to spend more money, panels are also available with coating designed to reflect ultraviolet rays. Since high ceilings result in hot air rising out of reach, a vaulted ceiling is a nice alternative that still allows your space to feel light and airy. All types of flooring can be installed, but concrete, brick or stone will increase thermal mass.
If you're designing your sunroom from scratch, consider consulting an architect to help.
How do I decorate a sunroom addition?
When looking for furniture and decor, remember that your sunroom will see a high amount of direct sunlight. Leather, plastic and metal, for instance, can become extremely hot if exposed to the sun, whereas other fabrics and materials such as linen and silk can quickly fade. Outdoor furniture is a good option, as is anything made of wicker, cotton or wool. Consider installing blinds to help prolong the life of your furniture and accessories when the sunroom is not in use, and add greenery so you don’t feel hemmed in. A professional stylist can help you choose if you're unsure.
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Inspiration for a contemporary sunroom in Brisbane with a standard ceiling and beige floor.
Black metal - white walls - timber - like tiles too but suitable for bathroom - not within the house - suzy_lawrence
Architect: James Russell Architect
Photographer: Toby Scott
Mid-sized contemporary sunroom in Sydney with concrete floors.
Essential to biophilic theory is the idea that buildings aid our physical and mental health only when they are designed holistically. Rather than isolated elements – for example, simply putting plants in a building – benefits occur when diverse and complementary factors reinforce our experiences of nature. Wilson’s colleague Dr Steven Kellert named plants and natural lighting, and indirect influences through shapes, forms and materials that originate in the natural world, as some of the attribut - anumkhangondal
Design ideas for a tropical sunroom in Melbourne with a standard fireplace and a standard ceiling.
driftwood sculpture with climbing vine devils ivy? - kristy_sheridan55
Inspiration for a beach style sunroom in Brisbane with medium hardwood floors and brown floor.
All the house is gorgeous and comfy - goodallj
Inspiration for a small eclectic sunroom in Brisbane with painted wood floors and a standard ceiling.
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Inspiration for a contemporary sunroom in Sydney with light hardwood floors and a standard ceiling.
It looks like a zoo wooooooooooooow - arthur92
Dorman House, Austin Maynard Architects
Photo: Peter Bennetts
Photo of a midcentury sunroom in Melbourne with medium hardwood floors, a standard ceiling and brown floor.
Glass and Timber, particularly under the eaves - webuser_279519781
Refreshed throughout to display its classical Federation features, the home showcases multiple sundrenched living areas and charismatic wraparound gardens; innately warm and inviting.
-Crisply painted inside and out, brand-new carpeting
-Formal lounge with decorative fireplace, linked dining room
-Large separate family and dining room at the rear bathed in sunlight through walls of glass
-Expansive level backyard planted with mature flowering trees
-Leaded timber windows, high ornate ceilings throughout
I like the furniture except I would change up the windows. - jalexander66
Cemento Grigio Cassero 600x1200 porcelain floor tile.
Design ideas for a contemporary sunroom in Brisbane with porcelain floors, grey floor, a concrete fireplace surround and a standard ceiling.
layout, palette, flow from indoors to outdoors, fire pit, flooring, furniture, - jessica_scott65
Yolonda - Realistic Views Photography
Contemporary sunroom in Melbourne with carpet, no fireplace and a standard ceiling.
Sunroom, I like the rock wall - geoff_scott1
A sleep out in a Queenslander cottage transformed into a sunny playroom for kids and study. Property Styling
Design ideas for a country sunroom in Brisbane with medium hardwood floors, a standard ceiling and brown floor.
window design - vinayah
Photo of a transitional sunroom in Sydney with a skylight and grey floor.
layout, flooring, timber, lighting, skylights - jessica_scott65
Christopher Frederick Jones
Inspiration for a mid-sized country sunroom in Brisbane.
The colour of grey the wood colour - abyei
This is an example of a mid-sized traditional sunroom in Sydney with medium hardwood floors, a standard ceiling and brown floor.
Stained glass. Traditional - charm2762
The Barefoot Bay Cottage is the first-holiday house to be designed and built for boutique accommodation business, Barefoot Escapes (www.barefootescapes.com.au). Working with many of The Designory’s favourite brands, it has been designed with an overriding luxe Australian coastal style synonymous with Sydney based team. The newly renovated three bedroom cottage is a north facing home which has been designed to capture the sun and the cooling summer breeze. Inside, the home is light-filled, open plan and imbues instant calm with a luxe palette of coastal and hinterland tones. The contemporary styling includes layering of earthy, tribal and natural textures throughout providing a sense of cohesiveness and instant tranquillity allowing guests to prioritise rest and rejuvenation.
Images captured by Lauren Hernandez
Sun bath at the window - jeff_tao65
Inspiration for a beach style sunroom in Perth.
windows which let in lots of light - jaclyn_smith95