If you are a person who would rather stay outside than inside, then you probably have already taken care of your garden. But don’t you just hate it when there’s a bad weather streak and you can’t enjoy your outdoor areas nearly as much as you want to?
Even if you have a covered patio area, the feeling isn’t the same. You’re cramping under the cover in order to avoid the rain and it could still be quite cold which would make the entire thing even more unpleasant.

A sunroom can make the whole problem of less than perfect weather go away in an instant. First off, the sunroom is an addition to the home that will enable you to enjoy the view outside without stepping out of the comfort of your home. It can be an extension to your living room and if done right, it might just replace the living room because you will love spending time in the sunroom.

Why?

It’s simple.

It is full of sunlight, it provides you with uninterrupted views of the outdoors and you’re still as comfortable as you would be in your living room.
But the sunroom doesn’t have to extend the living room only. It can also be an addition to your dining room so that you can make the most of the natural lighting.

Actually, who says that the sunroom has to extend any room?

It can sit alone, in the middle of your garden, or backyard. It can be a smaller version of your house, surrounded by your outdoor areas and landscapes.

Check out the sunroom ideas that we have featured in this collection and you will find the inspiration that you need to consider building one in your home. It is a very nice addition that you will never regret.

1. Eclectic Sunroom at Willow’s End on Lake Martin

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2. A Traditional Sunroom Can Extend Your Porch

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3. Or It can become your new living room

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4. A fireplace in a rustic setting is the best way to enjoy the mountain landscape

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5. Conservatories made all out of glass can give you a way to enjoy your garden regardless of the weather conditions

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6. Beach style sunroom at the Lake Virginia Residence

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7. Besides the living room, a sunroom can also extend your dining room

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8. Colorful, traditional decor will make the sunroom feel as comfortable as any other room in your  home

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9. Whitewashed sunroom interior contrasted by a stone-clad fireplace

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10. Make the sunroom a place in which you can practice your hobbies in peace

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11. The transitional sunroom design makes it difficult to distinguish the sunroom from the living room

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12. Build a versatile traditional sunroom like this one at the Palmer Green residence

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13. Maximize the beach views through a beautiful, beach style sunroom

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14. The Dorman House makes the most out of its location with a glass-encased sunroom

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15. The Big Mountain Residence in Montana frames the landscape through a rustic sunroom design

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16. Elegant sunroom interior design that can make your living room feel irrelevant

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17. There is no better way to enjoy the beautiful view than from the comfort of a sunroom

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18. Sun room ideas like this Mediterranean design fill the home with light

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19. This Lakeside Villa in Chicago paints beautiful lake vistas on the sunroom windows

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20. Make your sunroom as warm and cozy as this traditional design coming from the Wilmette Residence

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What do you think about these sunroom ideas? We would love to hear from you in the comment section below !

Fidan Jovanov