Thursday, June 23, 2016

Revisiting the Sunroom

Of all my rooms, the sun room is probably my favorite.  I like the soft colors, and the outdoor views.  This room has a shabby cottage theme, with lots of birds and flowers.  You may remember my $6.00 makeover of this room.  If not, you can see it here.


I love the sunlight this room gets all morning.  It beams through the windows, making it a warm spot on cooler mornings.

We often have our morning coffee here. It's a great place to start the day.  The room sits between the master suite and the screened porch.

Vintage table from a local antique shop.

 Closet bi-fold door leans against the wall. Display items  on the door, can be changed out seasonally.

 french doors to master suite

The jelly cupboard holds my collection of pitchers.  A cluster of cloches hold birds in their nests, on top of the jelly cupboard.

Here, you can see my collection of rose plates above the windows.

This picture continues the birds theme.  It is dated 1983, and is an old Home Interiors picture.  I white washed the frame.

There's a spot for a small meal in here if we choose.  This crocheted table cloth was a great consignment find.  It covers the Wielunder tablecloth I found at a yard sale for $4.  

Current vignette

The small metal tray is a Good Will find.  It works out perfect for this tray vignette.

This vintage table sits beside a wicker rocker.  The green jar is a fly trap we found on the lake property.  You've seen the magnolia print that a dear friend gave me when I retired.  I think of her when I see this picture.  

More birds..... another GW find for $.50.

I recently moved an old bar stool into the corner, and using the blue and green bowl I found at Good Will, I did a cute arrangement by simply placing the tulip bouquet inside the bowl.

A very simple change with lots of impact.

I hope you enjoyed another peek into the sun room. 

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