Home Improvement Ideas: Make Your House Shine with a Sunroom

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Picture yourself on a bright and cheery morning, sitting and enjoying the view outside. The sun is shining, dew drops are forming on blades of grass and the clouds are moving lazily across the vast blue sky. Nature is unfolding before your eyes. You sip your cup of morning tea and go back to reading the book on your lap. In the background, classical music plays.

You are completely surrounded by peace and tranquillity. There’s no wind to ruin your hair, no flies buzzing about and no ants crawling on the table. That’s because you’re sitting in your new sunroom, one of the best investments you’ve ever made. It allows you to enjoy the great outdoors all year round from the comfort of your own home.

Now, you can actually turn that picture into a reality if you decide to install a sunroom in your house. Aside from allowing you to enjoy your view of the outdoors without stepping outside, here are the other benefits of adding a sunroom to your home.

Extra space for your home

A sunroom will give you extra space to spread out, making your house larger and providing you with a separate sanctuary. It can also be an extra space for your hobbies. Whether you enjoy crafting, writing or painting, you can transform your sunroom into a place dedicated to your pastimes and artistic pursuits.

Sunrooms also make for excellent workout rooms. Once you move your existing exercise equipment into the fresh, new space — you’ll be able to exercise and enjoy the outdoor views without having to contend with harsh elements or bugs.

The perfect place for your plants

plants near a windowWhile a sunroom isn’t the same as a greenhouse, it can be the next best thing. In sunny places like Melbourne, the glass sliding doors and wide windows of sunrooms create a warm and balmy atmosphere that plants love.

Turning your sunroom into a greenhouse also comes with health benefits, as plants and flowers improve the air quality. They absorb harmful pollutants and release more oxygen, helping you breathe cleaner and fresher air indoors.

A bright and sunny office space

Working from home can be a challenge, especially if you want a spot that will enable you to maximise your productivity and keep you from distractions. Working in your bedroom or in the kitchen will make your brain go into ‘home mode’ instead of ‘work mode.’

A sunroom is an ideal space to work in because it is separate from the rest of the house, allowing you to get down to business without being interrupted or disturbed by other members of the household. In addition, the Vitamin D that you receive from the sunlight streaming through the glass windows can help decrease your stress levels.

A great place to entertain guests

If you enjoy hosting casual brunches, afternoon meetings or an evening of cocktails, a sunroom is a lovely place to gather your friends and family. Your guests can enjoy the feel of the outdoors without having to worry about the weather or about shoes getting stuck in the dirt. Since the sunroom’s architecture is so organic, it also offers the perfect backdrop without the need to decorate.

A sunroom is the perfect solution to add space, value and function to your home. If you’ve ever considered installing a sunroom in your own home, there’s no better time than the present.

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