Join the 2020 trend and include beach décor in your sunroom. Johnson recommends adding texture to help you incorporate a beachy feel without going over the top in decorations. Chelsee Sowder from Nest Interiors + Design seconds that thought: “When decorating sunrooms I love to layer texture and color,” Sowder says. “It’s a great place to layer things like jute rugs, wicker and metal furniture, heavy weaved linens and more.” Use fabrics in pillows, rugs and throw blankets, and use natural woods in woven wicker baskets, bamboo and accessories with rope. You may also use coral accents or stripes. Stripes can make any sunroom feel like a nautical setting.
“In addition to textures, versatile decor pieces and house plants find home and the perfect balance in sunrooms,” says Sowder. A great way to add character to your sunroom is to include sun-loving plants. These plants will provide natural elements to your sunroom every season of the year. What plants work best for sunrooms? “We suggest tropical hibiscus, ferns, begonias, African violets, peace lilies, succulents and trees such as fiddle figs,” Johnson says. “These plants need to be kept moist, near bright light and occasionally lightly fertilized.” These plants are trendy in 2020 and easy to maintain.