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21 Beautiful and Inspiring Farmhouse Sunroom Decorating Ideas

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A farmhouse sunroom to enjoy throughout the seasons is the ultimate space for relaxation and entertaining without worrying about the elements. This sunroom could be a screened in porch that can only be used for three seasons or even partially a greenhouse to bring in your plants during the winter season. Decorating your space in a farmhouse style will make it feel warm and cozy. Just add some comfortable and rustic furnishings such as wood or wicker.

Furnishings can include club chairs, lounge chairs, a sofa, coffee table, dining table plant stands or even a bookshelf or baskets for storage. Be sure to ground your space with cozy texture by adding an outdoor rug, which will be more durable. You should also consider a door for access to the outdoors. A fireplace is also a great feature, as a focal point and as a much needed source of warmth. Get inspired by our collection of ideas below and don’t forget to let us know which one inspired you most and why in the Comments!

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1. This farmhouse sunroom in Doylestown, Pennsylvania boasts brick flooring, large windows, a skylight and lots of plants. This room provides a great spot for romantic dining or entertaining guests. (via Period Architecture Ltd.)

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2. A country cottage in Nashville, Tennessee inspires relaxation in this heavenly sunroom with expansive windows and soaring ceilings. This would make an idyllic spot to curl up with a good book or take an afternoon siesta! Gray flagstone flooring adds to the overall cozy feel of this space. (via Vernich Interiors)

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3. Offering 180-degree views of Long Island Sound harbor, this light-filled screened porch features intricate timber framework, brick flooring and infill. (via Douglas VanderHorn Architects)

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4. This luminous farmhouse sunroom in Stillwater, Minnesota features large Pella 450 Series Windows. Comfortable wicker furnishings provides plenty of seating for family gathering and entertaining with countryside views. (via Creative Homes)

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5. This cozy farmhouse sunroom addition in Atlanta, Georgia boasts a passthrough kitchen with counter stools for casual dining or enjoying an evening cocktail. A relaxing wicker sofa and dining area allows for plenty of guest seating. Red painted wooden floorboards gives a nod to the farmhouse style. (via J. Vann, Residence Designer)

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6. Featuring a blue and white palette, this sunroom in a family farmhouse occupies a spacious enclosed porch. Also included in this space is a dining area. Clapboard walls were added to mimic the exterior of the home. Motorized grass shades, sisal rugs and limestone floors adds a fresh and casual feel to this space. All fabrics are by Schumacher. (via Alexandra Rae Design)

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7.  This bright and airy sunroom in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania features brick flooring, wooden beams on the ceiling and inviting furnishings. (via Period Architecture Ltd.)

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8. A welcoming farmhouse sunroom in Upstate New York with casement windows and different shades of grey furniture. The windows and doors are all Marvin Ultimate series. They were painted black with Benjamin Moore. See the rest of this fabulous home here: Eclectic modern farmhouse with unexpected pops of color in New York. (via Crisp Architects)

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9. The approximate dimensions of this sunroom is 18′ x 25′. The windows are copper-bronze screens. The hanging “day bed” was a custom design by Acanthus. The brick is painted white. The hearth and flooring is Pennsylvania Bluestone. The mantel is Douglas fir. There is a black metal scree in front of the wood-burning fireplace, which is also painted black. On the ceiling is a Haiku ceiling fan by Big Ass Fans in black laminate. (via Acanthus Architecture)

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10. This beautiful four-season sunroom addition in Chicago features a slate floor and sisal area rug for texture and warmth underfoot. Furnishings surround a fireplace, which provides ambiance and warmth to those gathered around it. (via Matthew James Carpentry & Design)

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11. This beautiful sunroom in Atlanta, Georgia features floor-to-ceiling windows and a stone clad fireplace as the focal point of this space. An old ladder next to the sofa serves as a plant stand. Forested views provides a relaxed feel to this four-season gathering spot. (via Meriwether Design Group)

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12. A cozy lakeside retreat in Montana called Rest Haven Camp features this inviting sunroom with views of nature from all sides. Comfortable furnishings promote rest and relaxation, while concrete flooring is durable and low-maintenance. (via Pearson Design Group)

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13. In Sag Harbor, New York, a welcoming farmhouse style sunroom boasts comfortable furnishings and a dining area. See the rest of this absolutely stunning home tour here: Ultra chic farmhouse style dwelling in the village of Sag Harbor. (via Timothy Godbold Ltd)

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14. This three-season sunroom in the Massachusetts countryside overlooks a backyard swimming pool. Highlights includes a dual-sided fireplace and built-in window seats that provides plenty of additional seating for dining. (via Rentschler & Company Interiors)

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15. Reclaimed materials were used to construct this sunroom addition in Austin, Texas, which includes 100-year-old barn wood and corrugated metal. A swing bed is suspended from the ceiling, which enjoy fresh breezes through the screens. This would be the ultimate guest space! (via Reclaimed Space)

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16. This radiant farmhouse sunroom overlooks a tree-lined backyard in Minnesota. Wicker outdoor furnishings are set next to the window for conversation and views. Against the wall, a similar bookshelf can be found at Restoration Hardware. The wooden doors are the Pella Architect Series doors. They are 6-8″ tall and divided lights. This space leads out to a dining porch. (via Mark D. Williams Custom Homes)

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17. This gorgeous four season sunroom in Chicago boasts the ultimate entertainment space with a living and dining area. French doors leads out to the backyard. The walls and ceilings are 1×8 painted cedar planks, butt-jointed and spaced with 1/16″ horizontal joints, called “toothpick” joints, between the boards. (via Buccellato Design)

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18. In Greenwich, Connecticut, this antique barn provides a rustic setting for entertaining and accommodating guests. Attached to the barn is this incredible sunroom by Parish Conservatories. Beautiful wicker furnishings are grouped together to create a welcoming space for gathering with family and friends for conversation. (via Douglas VanderHorn Architects)

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19. This sunlight space in Upstate New York features a large dining table for entertaining. This sunroom can be enjoyed throughout the seasons with the feeling of dining al fresco yet being protected from the elements. (via Saint-Onge Design)

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20. This sunny farmhouse style breakfast room in Connecticut is painted in “Powell Buff” from Benjamin Moore. The ceiling is natural plaster. This space features custom French doors and windows made of mahogany, for durability, and have wavy reproduction glass. The massive tin chandelier is from Classic Lighting Devices, in East Hampton, CT. See the rest of this beautiful home tour: Charming antique farmhouse gets refreshing update in rural Connecticut. (via Haver & Skolnick LLC Architects)

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21. A cozy sunroom addition features comfortable furnishings grouped around a fireplace for warmth and ambiance. (via Steele’s Construction LLC)

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