Glass room enclosures make more than just unique additions to a home — creative owners can also turn them into a games or art room. Furthermore, they can use their creativity to explore various options when choosing a theme for the enclosure.
If you’re looking to spruce up an otherwise plain glass enclosure, find inspiration from these home design ideas:
Eclectic Meets Natural
An interior that integrates brightly-coloured décor, mismatched furniture and eclectic design elements can benefit from the integration of wood furniture pieces. For a softer overall aesthetic, install an extra-long wooden porch swing hung by thick chain links. Additionally, to keep the space from looking overdone, throw in pillows and rugs in muted colours.
Mixing antique and rustic design elements can make an area look lived-in and stylish in equal parts. Scour antique stores and side-of-the-road markets for old pieces that you can refurbish. You can also look for distinctly vintage items, such as a woven ottoman, as these charming pieces add immense character to the space while creating additional seating. Mix browns, beiges and light blues with authentically distressed chairs and tables to add to the rustic appeal.
Bring the charm of Greek cottages to your home by integrating a screened enclosure that connects the patio to your interior. A floor-to-ceiling window gives you an unobstructed view of the outdoors, which is perfect if you wish to create an atmosphere of al fresco living.
To complete the Greek cottage feel, include bench cushions in a sea-inspired print. Throw in pillows of varied hues – blues, greens, and navies. You can also have a rustic-looking chandelier installed or ask us, Just Patios, to install screened glass room enclosures.
We also have other options for your home additions, such as paw-proof, glare-reduction and noise-reduction glasses. When stumped about the kind of glass to use for an enclosure, our professional in-house team can help you choose a type that suits your lifestyle.