Client Sunroom Design

I recently completed an E-Design for a client who built a new home in the country. Let me start by saying that after looking at the gorgeous photos and specs of this home, it was definitely a project I wanted to take on. Patty contacted me a short time after she and her family moved in. She found that some of the furniture wasn’t working in the new space and the room lacked cohesion and that wow factor. We decided to start on the sunroom first, since it seemed to be the biggest challenge and was a room the family wanted to spend a lot of time in.

These are a few of the requirements Patty gave me:

  • Decorative elements to make the space look finished
  • Comfortable seating for reading or conversing
  • Work with the existing colors in the main living areas of the home (open to the kitchen)

Mood Board

After seeing the sunroom design, I’ve been given the green light to move on to the next area of the house- the bonus room. This space is where Patty’s teenage daughter and her friends hang out. I think it’s going to be a fun design!

Note: Client’s details (such as budget breakdown, profile, etc.) have been excluded for confidentiality reasons. This plan is a snapshot of one of our E-Design Kits and does not showcase all components in order to respect the fees associated with our services. All designs and images are property of Satori Design for Living. Please see General Policies if you have any questions.

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  1. says

    The plans look amazing!  I am loving the red writing on the rug and the follow through of red accents throughout!  It is perfect!  Can’ t wait to see the rest of the room!

    • says

      Hi Mandy,
      Thank you for your kind words! It was really fun to work on. I wish I had that room, as it is set in the country with a tonne of windows all around.

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