Spring Sunroom Tour Full View of Deerhead

The Sunroom Addition


The Sunroom

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Sunroom paint color: Kendall Charcoal by Benjamin Moore // Flooring: Pergo Outlast+ Molasses Maple

Here I’ll share the various looks our sunroom has had over the years.

Spring Sunroom Tour Full View of Deerhead

Spring Sunroom Tour Mercury Glass Plant Close Up

Sunroom Tour Spring Decor Close Up of Succulent Centerpiece

Spring Sunroom Tour Looking Towards Deck

In 2016 I painted our sunroom a darker color for a change of pace.

Sunroom Kendall Charcoal with Stag Head
His & Hers Pillows – a DIY // Buffalo Check Pillow from Ikea // Slipcovered Couch from Arhaus (discontinued) // Stag Head from Restoration Hardware // Lamp from Target // Silhouette Photos at DIY

The wall color is Kendall Charcoal by Benjamin Moore, and it gave me a good reason to use our lace curtains that were used as decor at our tent wedding reception. I love to create dark & light contrast, which seems to be working really well for me.

Before we had an old couch that we eventually sold.  Below is how it looked before I finally replaced it.


Fur Blanket in Sunroom

Winter Pinecone Printable Framed

Buddy’s dog crate table is a DIY which was published in the January 2017 Better Homes & Gardens issue.

Dog Crate Hack in Better Homes and Gardens

How it’s looked throughout the holidays:

Modern Rustic Holiday Home Tour 2017 Full Sunroom View
Sunroom, during the holidays 2017.
Sunroom 2017


Holiday Home Tour 2015 Horse Display


2015 holiday home tour

A look back…

In progress…exposing the original flooring

Here is a glimpse of what the room looked like prior to the dark wall paint update.  We’ve purchased new furniture since this photo was taken:
Sunroom Addition and Decorating Ideas | by SnazzyLittleThings.com

 The sunroom serves as a backdrop for many of my pictures. It faces West and brings in a lot of afternoon light (and heat). So it has a few design challenges. We plan to add trim, wooden beams, light fixtures and a few other embellishments.

Holiday Home Tour SnazzyLittlethings.com

This room was an “optional” upgrade when I built it. To add it on would have normally cost $16,000, but– I got this room for FREE. How? When subdivisions are being built, builders want to vary the style of houses so they don’t have the exact same color and style of home right in a row. My lot was the last vacant lot in “phase I”,  and it had a lot of restrictions in terms of the exterior colors, and what elevation (model) I chose. It seemed everyone here was building tan-colored Dunkirk models with green shutters. I just happened to be a willing buyer who was agreeable to a) a grey home….b) the Esquire model and c) I wanted a front porch. It was part of the negotiation process, and it worked in my favor :)

By only having a few furniture pieces, this gives us full access to the windows. During the holidays, our tree typically sits in the center of the room. I’ve experimented with budget curtains, but almost always choose window coverings from discount department stores so I can change them often.


Source List: 

  • Round rug:  Frontgate Outlet
  • Lace Curtains (top picture):  Walmart
  • Driftwood Horse:  Joss & Main
  • Old Shutters:  thrift store find
  • Black Marbletop Table (round): Arhaus Furniture
  • Chevron Swivel Chair:  Homegoods
  • Grey Tufted Chair:  Homegoods
  • Black Coffee Table:  Thrift store find
  • His & Hers Pillows:  made by me (see tutorial here)
  • 10′ Christmas Tree:  Flower Factory
  • Grey Patterned Curtains:  World Market
  • Tan Tie-Up Curtains:  Walmart.com 

Here is a glimpse of what it looked like when I first moved in. Amazing how time flies!

Before: Shortly after we moved in. The table and chairs were my first investment pieces. (I still have them). See my baby girl playing with her "Bob the Builder" hard hat on? That's my girl! :)
Before: Shortly after we moved in. The table and chairs were my first investment pieces, the table is from Crate & Barrel and the chairs from Target. See my baby girl playing with her “Bob the Builder” hard hat on? That’s my girl! :)

Wood Laminate Installation in the Sunroom

Installing the laminate floor. What a difference that made!

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  1. Norma Clark says:

    I love this ‘site’; would like to know how you created the front porch ‘slate or rock’ patterned concrete. Would you share?