Everything is finally in bloom and the temperatures are warming. Your sunroom is dying to be used in this beautiful Myrtle Beach weather. While you’re used to summer time barbecues and late-night movies with your family, the spring offers a unique time to use the space. To take advantage of your sunroom addition this spring, keep our creative ideas in mind (and maybe develop a few of your own).
Dying Easter Eggs
The experience of dying colorful eggs is a perfect way to welcome spring. Set up a table in your Three Seasons Sunroom or Four Seasons Sunroom and layout different color dye bowls for the kids to use. Once the eggs have been colored, arrange them in an Easter basket that compliments your décor and use it as a centerpiece.
Whether you’re inviting friends and family over or you’ll just need reservations for two, using your sunroom as an outdoor dining experience will make Easter more enjoyable. Get creative with table settings and set out some flower arrangement. You can bring the spring time to your dining al fresco experience.
Spring Break Lounge
Get a taste of summer nights during the kids’ week of spring break. Pack the space full of comfy pillows and movies for the entire family. Your custom sunroom will soon become the most popular lounge space in the neighborhood.
Start A Greenhouse
Ok, you don’t have to go all out with the greenhouse idea, but your sunroom is the perfect space to grow flowers during the spring months. Whether you want to add pops of color or you prefer greenery, potted plants bring life to the addition space. If you need a little green thumb inspiration, check out our guide to the best plants to grow in a sunroom.
Wine Tasting Party
New wine flavors for spring are starting to bloom across store shelves and wineries. Grab a few bottles and have some friends over for an evening of wine tasting in your sunroom. Add some stringed lights to create a party atmosphere and set out a few simple snacks for your guests.
Add A Bookshelf
Now that the temperatures are warming and the days are longer, create a reading nook that you’ll use. Add a small bookshelf to your sunroom or stack a few books on an end table. Keep a blanket on the back of your comfy spot for the cooler evenings and enjoy reading a chapter or two each night.
Your sunroom doesn’t have to be reserved for the hot summer months. While we’re big fans of lighting up the grill and enjoying good company, your custom sunroom can be used now for a variety of events. Bring out a flower or two, load up the books on your end table and grab a great bottle of wine. Your spring days are just beginning and you can enjoy them all in your sunroom space.