The solid interior curves on the beams of this design provide a versatile, easily adaptable look which blends well with a variety of New England homes and decor, from contemporary to traditional to Early American. This sunroom features substantial beams and the timeless look of real wood. Many owners of 18th and 19th century homes choose this style due to its classic lines which easily lends itself to a Victorian look, as it blends well architecturally with older homes.
The homeowner brought their lifestyle outdoors by adding a glass enclosed bump out sunroom to add living space and a dining area. Their backyard playscape is now incorporated in their indoor living adding usability to both indoors and outdoors. Tongue-and-groove paneling complements the curve beams providing warmth to the room.
This curved beam bump out 4 season patio enclosure created extra living space. Sheer windows curtains had privacy and softly filter light when desired. Ceiling fans generate cool breezes. When the curtains are opened, enjoy the lovely view of the stone outdoor patio.
An urban roof-top open-air deck was converted into a 4 season solarium. The views of the city can be enjoyed year round. This urban solarium allows quiet enjoyment of the city views in a comfortable and cozy environment.
A traditional deck was replaced with a straight eave 4 season sunroom. The sunroom room opens up onto a traditional deck. Dinner can be grilled outside on the deck and enjoyed in the comfy sunroom without insects or bugs. The furniture stays clean of pollen and does not fade or wear quickly when sheltered in the enclosed sunroom.
A screened in porch was replaced with a 4-season sunroom on this ocean front beach home. The large windows provide spectacular and unobstructed ocean and beach views. A perfect place to lounge or dine in all seasons to watch the waves and the gorgeous sunsets.