The sunroom can be a substitute for a living room, but it can also be a nice addition or an extension to your existing living room. Regardless, when you have a sunroom in your home, less-than-perfect weather conditions are no longer going to stop you from enjoying the surrounding landscape. You will be able to enjoy your refreshing garden or backyard through the comfort of your home. It is certainly a step up from an exposed deck or patio because sunrooms, or otherwise known as conservatories, provide shelter from rain, wind and bugs. In fact, they are often called four season rooms because they extend the outdoor season. But what is the right design for your home?

Welcome to a new collection of interior designs in which we are going to show you how a contemporary-traditional mixture works through these 15 Splendid Transitional Sunroom Designs You’ll Love To Have In Your Home. The designs that you are going to see below are perfect to draw inspiration from if you are a fan of both the contemporary and traditional styles. Since, you can’t have both at the same time, the transitional style will be perfect for you. If this looks like something you’d love to try out, then make sure you check out the rest of the collections of our transitional style showcase which so far features the transitional kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, living room, dining room, kids’ room and nurseryEnjoy!

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Transitional Sunroom in Moscow

Dryden Lane, Bloomfield Hills

Pinehaven

Dover, New Hampshire

Napoleon at Home

Transitional Conservatory

Colorful, Earthy Home Interior

Garden Orangery

Winston Salem Residence

Timber Orangery, Bedfordshire

Hipped roof conservatory

Modern Renovation

White Modern Farmhouse

Sudbury Home

PVC Orangery, Kent