Sunrooms are like bit players of a home. They don't get top billing on the floor plan, like the living room and bedrooms do. But they're important, still. They can be decorated and redecorated to serve a million different uses. Just check out these house tours for inspiration.
As a Sitting Room
Why waste that gorgeous sunlight on anything else? The sunroom in Irene & Evan's Los Angeles home makes for a great spot to curl up with family, or to entertain and serve up cocktails.
As an Extra Bedroom
Need to add a +1 to your household, maybe just for a weekend? The sunroom is potentially a sleepable space, depending on your climate and home's infrastructure. I don't think the bed in Elise's sunroom is anybody's full-time sleeping spot, but it would sure make a great place to curl up for a night.
As Outdoor-ish Space
Use the sunroom to bridge the gap between indoors and out, especially during the cooler months. Natasha filled her sunroom with tons of plants to infuse her home with greenery.
As a Studio or Home Office
Don't want to sacrifice a bedroom to the home office gods? The sunroom is the next best thing. It's like an exceptionally sunny den–a major bonus if your business involves taking photos. Just think of the natural light!