You don't have to be seaside to enjoy the beach. These tropical sunrooms use a soft, relaxing color palette for a coastal feel.
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November 25, 2014
Photo By: Four Seasons Sunrooms
RMS user Frugal But Fun splashes the walls with turquoise to brighten the neutral surroundings. Starfish and seashells adorn the mantel and side table for an extra beachy feel.
Breezy, soft white curtains and ground-level couches present ultimate relaxation among the greenery. Design by RMS user mariaferlo
Welcome to Key West
Golden yellow walls, white wicker furniture and plants turn this sunroom into a Key West getaway. Design by RMS user jengo
RMS user beachlover uses a light color palette and white furniture for a calming environment.
This sunroom is full of natural green and brown tones. The antique sailboat and tropical cushions offer a subtle beach feel. Design by RMS user 9758419
With wall-to-wall windows and light wicker furniture, this sunroom feels like an outdoor oasis. Design by Four Seasons Sunrooms
The View Rules
A reminder of why coastal decor is usually simple, tailored, neutral or pastel, and easy-to-care-for: The dazzling feature of this sunroom is the ocean outside, and the sensibility is the laid-back lifestyle that goes with coastal living.