Screen doors give way to sliding glass doors, and knee walls provide greater insulation and a more complete look.
Cool antique doors are headed to the barn and replaced by new glass doors, and a wide-open look.
The straight-on view shows the wrap-around windows and night lights.
Still plenty of patio for summer picnics.
The sunroom contour complements the home's existing outline.
Our on-site supervisor likes her back yard addition.
Cozy and complete inside, wide view outside (did you catch the dog's tail?).
Porches make great beginnings for sunrooms.
A warm cozy morning on a cold winter day.
The beige trim complements the brick, and offsets the existing white.
Before: "More deck than we need."
After: Gable sunroom mirrors home contour, with plenty of deck to spare.
Before: Underutilized, underappreciated.
After: Like it was there all along.
Before: An open, bare, uncovered space.
After: A fill-in and extension changes everything.
Sunrooms make a wonderful complement to an existing deck -- or a new one!
Fill-in sunrooms enhance forgotten backyard space
Looks like this sunroom was meant to be.
A subtle studio sunroom slope, for aesthetics and proper drainage.
Bringing a cold concrete slab to life
The gable accent blends the chimney with outdoor furniture while nature wraps the sunroom.
Full-length sunroom with dual sliding glass doors, with planters nested in place.
What a great reason for a sunroom!
The view you never knew.
Sunroom, living room, or both?
More sun, you say? Skylights, we say!
A-frame raised sunroom with step-down deck
New sunroom leaves plenty of room for deck space.
Interior sunroom designs can "bring in" the feel of Mother Nature.
Another sunroom with smooth continuation of the home design (love the hanging lamp light).
Sunrooms are the most flexible, and affordable, home additions you can imagine.
Built with nature in mind.
A popular gathering place, any time of year.
Wood floor, ceiling, and furniture styles work great together.
Dine in the sun, then relax before the fire.
Before: "Add a sunroom, move the deck."
After: The new sunroom and deck complement, with convenience.
Before: Recessed area of deck underutilized.
After: New sunroom capitalizes on space while preserving deck's look and feel.