Thursday, March 17, 2011

Spring Redesign: Sunroom

Happy St. Patrick's Day Everyone!! It is 70 degrees her in beautiful North Carolina!! In honor of the nice weather today, I figured I would show you my ideas for updating my sunroom. It is something I would like to do in the near future and it definitely has a spring feel! Most of the items I have made for my inspiration board are from Pier 1 and Pottery Barn. Right now, my sunroom consists of a sage wicker settee and two chairs, a small square table and a wicker coffee table in the same color as the settee & chairs. Too bad I do not have a picture of that right now.

So enjoy my inspiration board...its all about spring!!
First of all, the curtains are outdoor curtains from Pottery Barn, I figured I would keep them in a neutral, such as, white or ecru. The Wicker Settee, Chairs & Coffee Table are all in a sage green (I already own those). Right now, the cushions are currently off white (and they show everything), but I would like to add a pop of color so the cushions and the pillows are my vision. Since the floors are bare, I would like to add a sisal rug, like this one shown above with the robin egg's frame.  Finally, a few accents to pull everything together are the wicker tray that will be either placed on the coffee table or small bistro table. Placed within the tray will be the cute white bowl with fillers of pears or apples. Next to that would be the blue bird candle. The flowers would also be placed either on the bistro table or on the coffee table. The garden stool would act as a side table to rest a glass of sweet tea and a book. Above I also have presented a few floral prints and some solid frames that would be hung on the only solid wall (the rest of the walls are all windows). I then have the cute bushel of apples in the rustic basket and the flowers in the tall galvanized vases that would be anchored in the corners of the room!

So, what do you think? Now, this isn't going to be followed exactly, but it is the idea I am going for. It needs sprucing majorly! I want to enjoy these next few months in our sunroom!

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