You may have sunrooms, but are you using them? If you have a sunroom that doesn’t seem to have much use (maybe it’s just housing some of your plants at the moment) consider converting it into a living room.
Before diving into this conversion project and hiring a contractor to work with, Carolina Custom Exteriors wants you to remember these 4 things.
Sunrooms will be an ideal place to bask under the sun in, considering that its walls and roofs are transparent. In cold weather, though, you will have to look into incorporating some other heat sources to make the sunroom functional still. A fireplace or heated floor boards can help maintain some comfortable heat in the area.
Since you want to make your sunroom function as a living room, you will have to put in a few additional details to make it look and feel like it’s an extension of your living space. Some couches and a few homey decors will surely do the trick. If you want some options for privacy, you can also incorporate some curtains and drapes.
As an extension of your living room, your sunroom’s flooring should match that of your living room. So if you want it to look like a continuous space, you will need to look into extending the current flooring style you’ve used for your living room.
Giving your sunroom a similar setup and decor as your living room is essential. You’ll have to make it look like one big living space and not make the sunroom look too separate. Use the same type of furniture, lights, curtains and drapes for consistency.
Carolina Custom Exteriors is your sunroom and deck building specialist in North Carolina. To learn more about what you can do with your sunrooms, call us today at (828) 202-9988. We serve Hendersonville or Asheville, NC.