17 Light-Filled Sunrooms That Bring The Outdoors Inside

Soak up the sun, minus the sweat.

By Carmen Collins
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We all love those lazy days of summer—lounging at the pool, enjoying meals al fresco, and spending all day in the sun. But after a few days of soaking up the warm-weather goodness, you quickly come to realize: sometimes, it’s just too dang hot! Especially here in Austin, where, on a typical summer day, I’m perfectly content retreating to my comfy living room to soak up the cool AC. Luckily, sunrooms were invented as the solution to my predicament.

They’re the perfect place to enjoy the sun’s rays without breaking a sweat. I love the idea of decking out a sunroom as a dining room, converting it into a lounge area, or even switching things up with a high-style garden shed. Scroll down to see some of our favorite sun-filled spaces, and let us know which one is your fave!

featured image by elsie larson

Bright and cozy sunroom with hanging rattan chair, via Style Me Pretty.

Modern conservatory full of indoor plants, via Apartment Therapy.

Garden retreat in a French country-inspired sunroom, via Country Living.

Bright white cheery breakfast nook, via Lucy Cunero.

Coastal sunroom that welcomes flip flops and sandy feet, via Southern Living.

Bold conservatory with patterned tile floor, via House and Garden.

Classic light blue sunroom in a Maine beach house, via Lisa Teague Design.

A Malibu farmhouse’s comfy neutral sunroom, via My Domaine.

Neutral bohemian lounge-worthy sunroom, via Elsie Larson.

Modern Victorian with a gorgeous indoor-outdoor kitchen, via Jacquelyn Clark.

Perfectly curated Scandinavian loft, via Jaymee Srp.

A dining room that’s plant lady heaven, via Sommar Backa.

Traditional lakeside storage sunroom, via The Lily Pad Cottage.

Colorful sunroom perfect for big dinner parties, via Southern Living.

Lime green lattice rotunda sunroom, via House Beautiful.

Louisiana sunroom filled with white marble and bold colors, via House Beautiful.