Spring hasn’t quite sprung yet, but it’s about time to start preparing. Warmer days, budding leaves, and the first flowers are some of the joys we have to look forward to.

If you have a fully enclosed sunroom, there are a lot of fun ways to decorate for spring. After all, it’s getting warmer eventually, so it will be time for gardening, cookouts, and outdoor activities again before you know it! Here are four of our favorite ways to spring into spring in your sunroom.

1. Flowers

Spring means flowers, be they artificial or natural. You can grab a plastic bouquet or garland at your local craft store, use some you have on hand, or if you’re in a really crafty mood, make some origami, knitted, or crocheted flowers. If you’re grabbing plastic stems, arrange them in a vintage bucket, an old watering can, or another unique container. Set them in the doorway or on a table. Garlands can be placed over a doorway, around a table, or around some patio furniture for an extra festive touch.

2. Seed starting

Are you planting a garden? Seed-starting season is just around the corner, and a fully enclosed sunroom can be an excellent place to let them sprout!  The light and warmth of the sun coming from all the windows, plus the temperature controlled, insulated environment makes a sunroom the perfect place for seeds to start.

3. Milk jugs and watering cans

Milk jugs and watering cans don’t just make for a great flower vase. They can be used to give some spring flair to any room. Place your milk jug in an empty corner of the sunroom or by the door, or a fun-looking old watering can on a side table for some rustic spring flare.

4. DIY furniture

If you’re really up for a challenge, or looking to change decoration, some DIY furniture can spruce up your sunroom or patio in no time! It’s also easier than you think, especially you just want to reupholster an old couch or paint a wood or metal bench.

Are you feeling inspired? If you don’t have a sunroom yet, what are you waiting for? Contact us today and we’ll set up an appointment to build a fully-enclosed sunroom so you can enjoy the outdoors all year round!