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How to Make the Most of your All-Season Sunroom

Equal parts light and livability, all-season sunrooms are constructed with higher quality glass and insulation, so you can enjoy the outdoors from the comfort of the indoors, 365 days a year. Here’s how to make the most of your own personal oasis:

STEP 1: Keep It Comfy.

If you don’t have an air conditioning or heating system in your sunroom, a stylish ceiling fan will keep the air moving. Be sure to change the direction of rotation so that it cools in the summer, and warms in the winter. Feeling really adventurous? Install a cozy fireplace for those blustery nights under the stars.

STEP 2: Keep It Functional.

Bring in plush seating and pillows, or even install a window banquette, for a sun-drenched living space you’ll never want to leave. Add a complementary dining set to create an eat-in area perfect for gatherings with guests, then use indoor-outdoor area rugs to define and separate the two different spaces, all while adding warmth and texture.

STEP 3: Keep It Simple.

Your sunroom’s stunning view is the main attraction - so when it comes to décor, there’s no need to over-accessorize. Keep the scheme simple and pretty, with colors that mimic your outdoor palette. And since the seasons change (and so do their hues), you’ll want to refresh your design accordingly.

STEP 4: Keep it Green.

Make use of all that sunshine —bring the outdoors in with potted plants and flowers, and watch them flourish. But don’t overdo it. Too much greenery can actually distract from Mother Nature’s best work outside, so just showcase one or two bigger plants inside. Want to go even greener? Use a variety of organic materials—stones, reclaimed wood, and bricks—to create a sunroom that’s truly one with nature.

Ready to relax in an all-season sunroom? Champion can help. Custom-designed and built to match your home's architecture and your ideal use, Champion sunrooms let you enjoy the great outdoors, indoors. Plus, each one comes with a lifetime glass and seal warranty, and roof system that’s the strongest in the industry.

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