Sunrooms are a staple in some homes and something that many of us want to enjoy, but often end up being more of a catch-all room than a room with an actual purpose! If your sunroom is currently more of a storage room than a sunroom, we here at Speaks Custom Window & Sunrooms have a few uses for sunrooms that you may not have thought of before that could be more enjoyable.
- Meditation Room. Sunrooms are often filled with walls of glass or partial-glass walls. Because of this, you are often able to feel like you are spending time directly within nature when you are in your sunroom. Why not use this to your advantage and use your sunroom for your own meditation space? Meditation has been shown to decrease stress levels and even help people sleep easier, both of which can be done easily in a comfortably converted sunroom.
- Home Office. If you are lacking space in your home, a sunroom might be a good place to put your workspace or home office. A sunroom is generally a room on its own, but with one section open to the house. You can add doors to this wall if you are looking for privacy and sound-insulation while enjoying the peaceful area of a home office with a view that beats a cubicle any day.
- Artist Studio. A sunroom will be filled with tons of natural light, making it a great place for an artist studio inside your own home.
What uses for a sunroom could you see using in your own home? Let us know in the comments or contact us at Speaks Custom Window & Sunrooms.