Just because you’ve closed off your patio from the garden, doesn’t mean it has to be drab. Liven up your sunroom with teeming colours and these design ideas.
Where You Can Inject** Colour**
There are many places where you can inject colours. The key is striking a balance. The most obvious options are furniture, throw pillows and rugs, but you can go further than that.
If you are feeling brave, paint your walls with a bright colour. If you are feeling really brave, use several colours and turn your wall into a canvas.
For those who enjoy frequently changing their home’s interiors, colourful wall art might be a better option as they can be easily removed and transferred to a different room.
If you have a high ceiling, lead your guests’ eyes up by having colourful hanging light fixtures. You can also add colourful wind chimes outside your windows to create a framing effect when you look out to your garden.
Possible Colour Themes
The best colours are the colours that speak to your heart. To find the best theme for you, think of something you really like and use it as a colour inspiration. To jog your mind explore these examples:
Keep it summer in your sunroom, by adorning it with the colours of summer fruits. Think of the watermelon’s red, black, green and light green colours. Or the grapefruit’s reds, pinks, oranges and yellows. Nature is full of lovely contrasting and complementary colours, something which can be imitated by interior design.
Carnival in Rio
What can beat the vibrancy of the biggest festival in the world? Think of the colours of the Amazon’s most exotic birds, add some hints of metallic colours and you have a room that can dazzle under the Australian sun.
Having an additional living space is a great opportunity for you to use your creativity. If you do not have your own enclosure yet, we are the best people to call for patio enclosures in Brisbane.