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We are already in the middle of 2015, so what do you can say about 2015 summer trends and your summer decoration tips and trends?
Today’s article, is all about getting informed and inspired by these ideas, which, in my opinion, will lead you a new sunny corner of your home, best known as a sunporch – a quite place, where you can relax an enjoy some free moments.
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Here are 10 ideas for styling your sunporch to make the most of this sunny sliver of space.
1. Tropical color
Outdoor furniture with clean lines and a cool resin coffee table are perked up by bright pillows and a sunny yellow tray in this coastal sunroom.
2. Preppy wicker
You can’t go wrong with a simple matching wicker furniture set. It’s the accessories that can set it apart. Give your furniture flair with cushions in a classic preppy color combo, like the citrine and hot pink on the Greek-key-patterned pillows here.
3. Beachy den
The colors of sand and surf soothe — try pale aqua on the ceiling, sandy gray on the walls and crisp white trim.
4. Tranquil escape
Get more of a Zen feeling in your life by turning your sunroom into a dedicated meditation and relaxation space.
5. Surf inspired
Provide a postbeach hangout zone with a laid-back collection of mismatched furniture and seaside artwork.
6. Reader’s paradise
For a sunroom that gets even more use in the cool months, floor-to-ceiling bookshelves and a circle of comfy armchairs make an inviting spot for plopping down with a good book.
7. Black and white
The black and white striped furniture, pillows and rug here pile on the pattern while still managing to look crisp, thanks to the strictly enforced color palette.
8. Happy chic
A coral ceiling, turquoise beaded chandeliers and lemon-yellow coffee table make it clear this space is not for the color-shy.
9. Morning room
A sunny corner of the house is the perfect spot in which to carve out a breakfast nook.
10. Seaside cottage
Bring the nautical look home without going overboard on kitsch by focusing on just a few details: graphic anchor-print pillows, vintage buoy and a blue and white striped rug.
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