The article is about sunrooms. Discusses the various designs available.
When we decided to add a four season’s sunroom to our home I was thrilled and delighted. I never thought that there would be so many choices available to me for this great home improvement project and was confused. We found one four season’s sunroom company that had great designs available in four different arrangements.
The first option, which was appropriate, we saw, was the straight version. This style lives up to its name with a stark, clean design and having little detail. The straight four season’s sunroom was good but not good enough and it really didn’t jump out at me. We without delay came to know that we were not going to choose this option for our home and we left because it is just too modern looking.
Though the straight four season’s sunroom look very appealing but it would have been a bit severe with our traditional styled home giving an impression of some long lost spaceship parked at the back of our house thus we dismissed the idea. There were no cohesive elements in the straight version, which was suitable and attracted us so we moved on.
The curved version was in point of fact worse for the old-fashioned style of our home than the first option we saw before. The attractive four season’s sunroom was relatively contemporary to work with our interior dcor. Knowing that it would hardly suit the dcor and end up looking obnoxious we kept our trail on.
Conversely, the cathedral sunroom that we were offered was incredible and bonded really well with the traditional outdoor home dcor that we have. The idea of having high ceilings and a magnificent structure was tempting but to balance this grand addition on a relatively smaller house was a tough nut to crack.
Fortunately, we were presented with the perfect and very attractive option for our living space. The conservatory four season’s sunroom is magnificent and inconceivable. The one more advantage of selecting this option was that we had no trouble choosing the material, as well. We had available a choice of aluminum and wood and the wood was perfect for our home.
But a little problem came in front of us. We were in catch-22 situation and couldn’t choose between the Georgian and the Victorian conservatory. Both of these four seasons’ sunrooms are amazing and choosing just one out of these two was quit difficult and seemed next to impossible to us. We decided to go with the Victorian just because of its good name. The Georgian was just as appealing to us. Here in this article you will get to know many things on sunroom plans.
Gladly enough, after sparing a lot of time and peering into thorough details we managed to find out the best four seasons’ sunroom that blends wonderfully with our conventionally styled home and provides the appeal that was always sorted with its cutting edge design and class.