9 Beautiful Sun Rooms You’ll Love

We’ve had a lot of rainy days the past couple weeks and I’m craving sunshine – big time!  Not to mention the shorter days as we approach winter solstice. To lift my spirits – and hopefully yours as well –  today’s post features beautiful sun rooms that I think you’re going to love! I’m especially enamored with the first one.

traditional upscale sunroomPhoto by Grayson De Vere Interior Design & Staging

My plant fetish is making me love the Monstera (at left) and Fiddle Leaf Fig (at right) in this light and bright sun room with bamboo shades at the windows. Plus I like to see layered rugs in a room when they pair together as well as these two do.

eclectic four-season porchPhoto by Tim Lenz Photography

Here’s the mother of all sun rooms – windows at the ceiling as well as around the walls! The peak of a stone wall is a nice addition.

sun room with glass ceilingPhoto by Brenda Liu Photography

Some people decorate their sun rooms with wicker or garden type furniture. This owner styled theirs with wing chairs and farmhouse décor.

farmhouse style sun roomPhoto by Kustom Home Design

This sunny space is turned into a gorgeous dining room with cross back chairs and a trio of matching pendant lights. Holiday meals would be so wonderful in this space.

sun room dining Photo by Claire Bloom Interiors

A vaulted glass ceiling creates an atrium – perfect for combining wicker seating and plants galore. It’s great for over-wintering some of your favorite annuals, too, like the potted geraniums.

geraniums in sun roomPhoto by

A blue and white color scheme lends a beach vibe to this pretty sun-filled room.

blue and white sun roomPhoto by Profile Cabinet

Tufted furniture adds an air of elegance to this room wrapped in French doors and transom windows. This one is another favorite for me.

traditional sun room with tufted chairsPhoto by Bartelt. The Remodeling Resource

A Victorian style sun room is the epitome of them all. Think back to Victorian times when it was quite vogue to fill your home with plants.

Victorian style sun roomPhoto by Virtual Studio Innovations

Which of these sun rooms is your favorite?

I hope you’ve had less gloomy days than we’ve had here in Illinois. I’m always a little excited on December 22nd when the days start lengthening again!

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  1. I love sun rooms and have thought of closing in my screened in porch . You could grow lots of plants if you had one. I think i am turning into a duck day or over night it has rained every day forever. It does quit for about 36 hrs. every once and a while so i can mow. You have a wonderful Mother’s Day.

  2. I love the idea of dining in a sunroom, but for more frequent use, I would probably use it as a reading room or just a place to relax where there is no TV, radio or electronic devices.

  3. Omg I love all those 4 pane windows! I’d love to use them when we build but have yet to find a place that sales the two over two style. Anyone know where to find windows like these?

  4. The Windows need no mullions glass only. You want a view. The ceilings need to be flat for more cozy feeling .the room need not be to big not everyone has a lot of money but would enjoy having a sunroom.

  5. I love these! We are buying a lake (Saginaw Bay in Michigan) home and I will be lucky enough to have 2, count ’em 2, sunrooms! I can’t wait to get my hands on them!

  6. These are all beautiful! I prefer the ones with upholstered furniture, have always liked the four chair setting arrangement too. If only that stunning victorian sun room/dining room could magically appear, love it.

  7. We have a 16×52 screened in porch on the back of our home that connects to our kitchen and family room through two sets of French doors and are once again discussing a sunroom. It would help with family overflow and game table for our grands. These are beautiful examples. Thanks for sharing.