Dear Chicago House,
Forgive me if I am mistaken but isn’t a sun room for a little light therapy”, painting it a yucky dark color and filling it will heavy furniture sort of defeats the object don’t you think. I mean look at yourself, you should be ashamed
But that was during the reign of your previous owners and this is now.
Bye bye to
- Weird ceiling beams ( they were decorative ??? anyway)
- Gross green walls…this was the only room in the house where the walls were not brown
- Wood stained trim
- A valance that extended the whole perimeter of the room
- White woodwork
- Simple ceiling
- Fresh neutral walls
The room is not finished yet, I need a coffee table of sorts and some lamps, but it is a fabulous place to lounge.
Creative in Chicago
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4 thoughts on “Decorating a Sun Room: Progress”
I stumbled upon your blog when I was googling for DIY coastal theme things…
My parents have a little house a few miles from the beach, and I want to decorate it with DIY projects, because I'm short of money, and it will be more me!
I am amazed by your projects!!!! So much wonderful things!!! And such great ideas!!!
From the rooms makeovers, I must say that the Sun Room is my favorite, because I always wanted one where I could read a book in the summer, or watch the rain in the winter…
Congratulations for all your accomplishements!!!
You are turning this house into a home! <3
Kisses from Portugal!
So glad you have enjoyed my projects!
What paint and what is the name of the White that you used here? Thank you.
I think it was chantilly white by Benjamin moore