Have you ever found your home bursting at the seams while entertaining family and friends? Did you wonder what you could do to provide more space for entertaining? Perhaps you looking for a way to create a quiet and peaceful retreat from a busy household. Maybe you prefer to take in the beauty of the great outdoors, but find those spring and fall mornings too chilly to sit on your back porch.
Over the past few weeks we have been discussing the differences between screen rooms, sunrooms, and new additions. Often, sunrooms are the best of both worlds. They create a usable living space that shields against the outdoor elements while allowing you to view the splendor of the outdoors. With the ability to open the many windows, they also allow you to bring the outdoors right into your home. Sunrooms provide the versatility to use them in many different ways. With Chicagoland’s ever-changing weather, this versatility is valuable and will extend the outdoor season.
Unlike the screen rooms we discussed last week, sunrooms provide a more substantial form of protection from the weather, allowing you to decorate with interior furniture. You can create a dining area or breakfast room, or install a television and music system. You can design a family room or a quiet and tranquil space for your escape.
When choosing a sunroom, you want to consider the best option to meet your needs. How you plan to use the room should determine your choice of materials and size. Choose a style that matches the architecture of your home. If you need help, our Archadeck Design Consultants can guide you every step of the way. We will work with you to create a beautiful and functional space that meets your needs and fulfills your vision.
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