Here it is! You’ve built your sunroom! It is very solid on Postech Screw Piles foundation. Now is the time to give it personality and decorate it.
We are returning to a more traditional sunroom. However, the decor, soft and rustic, allows the creation of an unusual solarium. The armchair that matches the hues of the leaves of the trees, the industrial-look lighting and the carefully chosen decorative accents contribute to the creation of a very zen space.
The structure of this sunroom is very modern, with a combination of wooden slats on the ceiling, white columns and joists in straight lines and large windows that give the impression that the space is located outside. However, the stone cladding adds a more traditional touch to the decor, confirming the timeless character of this arrangement.
Sun deck structures are usually white, as this universal shade blends well with the majority of architectural and decorative styles. However, other options should not be overlooked! For example, we can see here how black contributes to the creation of a classic and distinguished decor. It has the feel of an upscale hotel or a fine dining establishment.
This sunroom will make you feel like you are on vacation even if you are not! Everything from the decorative cushions and exterior upholstery, to the carpet and furniture has been carefully chosen. The style is very “country house” and evokes the most charming country inns, but it will also work well in an urban setting.
Since sunrooms are made up of large glass panes and are also attached to your home, the foundation is essential. The slightest movement of the ground could cause structural damage to your project as well as your home. So, before you make a decision, find out about screw pile foundations, which can save you a lot of time and money.