I know it’s not a popular outlook, but I just love winter. I’m a fan of the snow, wearing boots, bundling up, the skiing, and if we’re very lucky, the bright clear winter sunshine. Now, seeing the sun isn’t so common here in Ohio during the winter months, but when it comes out, it makes all the difference in the world. And what’s more, if the sun comes out while there is a blanket of snow covering the ground, it almost illuminates the house. It’s gorgeous.
Anyway, as I was milking this thought, I came across this gorgeous sunroom surrounded in a winter snow. It’s not the image that pops to mind when most of us think of sunrooms (the kind of sunrooms that has terrible indoor/outdoor carpet and are boarded up during the winter months) but a more permanent, all season room which gets light from every angle. I got to thinking about how a sunroom would look perfect as an addition onto our house (who’s going to help me sell that one to Matt?).
I think it’s some of the glass ceilings on the conservatories from Anglian Homes that I’m most drawn to. Who wouldn’t love all that light pouring in!
Tell me, do you have a sunroom? Do you use it?
Disclosure: This post was produced in partnership Anglian Homes, I was compensated for sharing my particular viewpoint on sunrooms.
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