Sunroom – Painted Wicker

Porch turned ‘sunroom’ see the transformation!  
‘Pictures will enlarge’ 
My boys love to snuggle on the sheepskin rug and watch TV.
The sheepskin rug is from Ikea.
You enter the sunroom from my dining room.
The basket was my grandmother’s. It has pretty seashells and small pearls on top.
We use this room daily!
We will be replacing the armoire with a flatscreen TV.
 Not only does the seagrass rug look good it has a fresh clean scent.

I filled the bird cloche with garden tools. Then added a chalkboard tag and some jute. I spray painted the silk flower with gold paint.
 

The bird cloche is from Wisteria! My favorite catalog for dreaming.
My friend RJ made me this beautiful coffee table runner.
I love the ruffle and the beautiful flower she added with a chocolate brown velvet ribbon!
I spray painted the annabelle hydrangea flowers. They had faded so much from the sun. I will be replacing them soon
with more annabelle hydrangea’s from my garden.

 

I added the candle pin.

‘Annabelle Hydrangea’!
The candle pins I made from barrettes.
­Click here to learn how
My husband is helping me sew the cushions for the 
sunroom!!!
My husband sweet grandmother taught him how to sew when he was a little boy. I can’t believe he still remembers how.

My new french light fixture.

Sunroom ceiling see’s the light! 
My husband added the lighting.

He cut a hole in the ceiling
to install the electrical box.

Meet my friend *Thing!

See how the ceiling lighting was installed.
Click here-­Sunroom Ceiling See’s the light

The round placemats and candle are from Ikea. I added the burlap under the plates. The dishes are American Atelier at Home – Baroque. I added bunny ring napkin holders to the herb cloth napkins. The flowerpot is from Home Depot.

 I love margarita gerbera daisy’s.
  The flowerpots are from Home Depot as is the margarita gerbera daisy’s.  :-)
I’m in love with tablescapes. It’s fun to learn from all the talented bloggers.
The bunny is so cute!
We installed a gas freestanding fireplace.
We use our sunroom like a family room.
Metal Watering Can-Before
I faux painted the watering can and added a picture from a magazine to the front. I then added a small metal crown and a chalkboard tag. I hung the tag with a piece of jute.
My husband surprised me with the water feature. I can control the flow of water by turning the faucet. How cool is that!

Metal Watering Can After
 How’s that for a water feature!

The birds with the running water sounds so pretty!


I love collecting seashells, driftwood, starfish and natural sea-sponges.
I painted the wood serving tray navajo white.  
It was hunter green. I’m always amazed on what a can of 
spray paint can do.

All the wicker got a good washing.
Then we used a gray primer.
 

click here – before pictures of sunroom wicker

I made a ribbon flower using the fabric that will go on this rocker.

The burlap pillows were all sewn by hand.
I also sewed the liners for them.
It took me a month to sew them. My husband would ask “what is all over you”. Burlap sheds a lot I found out. 
I was covered in it.  lol
I have friends that say they would never leave this room if they lived here. The sleeper sofa bed is just for that. The room can turn into a guest room in a matter of minutes.

The sheers are ‘breeze mocha’ by Waverly. They have a very small open weave.  They look a lot like the ones from Restoration Hardware ….but these are poly not linen. :-)

I love you can see right through the sheers!


We used conduit because it’s strong and inexpensive as drapery rods.

I wash down the conduit to remove the oil.

 It was then primed and painted.

We used a conduit elbow to make a smooth turn in the 
 corners.

The wicker plant stand is an antique. 

It was a hard decision to paint it chocolate brown. I’m so glad I did!

This plant looks like peas.


*Summer Porch – Before
We replaced the brown linoleum floor with italian ceramic tile. The aluminum awning (crank out) windows had seen better days. We had thermal glass pane windows installed from floor to ceiling.

(My beautiful sister and my son are in the picture.)
  *Summer Porch During
  ‘New windows and new tile floor!’
Over the years the fabric on the sleeper sofa and chairs started to fade and rip. I was lucky enough to find a similar fabric. I’m slowly sewing the new cushions with the help of my husband. 
The sleeper sofa has the new fabric draped over.
‘New Seagrass Rug’
*Porch Turned ‘Sunroom’ 

All the wicker furniture is painted chocolate brown.

‘Pictures will enlarge’
We need to finish sewing the cushions.
I am in ‘LOVE’ with our updated room.

The corner table will go on the wall where the armoire is once we replace it with a flat screen TV. Then we will move the round table and chairs more into the room.

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19 thoughts on “Sunroom – Painted Wicker

  1. >Dee you did an awesome job on your pretty sunroom. I know how very hard you and your DH worked on it and it really shows. I love your antique wicker painted brown. You did a fabulous job on your cushions and pillows (love the cute fabric flowers) and your accessories are spot on. It was my pleasure to make the runner for you. I love seeing it in your gorgeous sunroom. rj

  2. >Your sunroom looks wonderful! It's a huge room. I love your new ceiling fixture. Thanks for stopping by my blog, I'm your newest follower.

  3. >How amazing is your sunroom, Dee! It's just gorgeous and your attention to all the details in fantastic! I love your tablescapes and burlap pillows, but I think your watering can water feature is my favorite! Way to go- you and your husband are hard workers!!

  4. >Love, love, love this!! You did an incredible job! It is like looking at pictures in a magazine! For now, I am going to go look at your "how to" on candle pins! Very nice!

  5. >I'm exhausted just reading the post. You completed so many projects and the are all so imaginative and your personal style really shows! I understand why your family uses it like a family room -What a great space!

  6. >Dee, this room is just gorgeous, welcoming & soooo relaxing. Your treasures/accents are just perfect. The creations you've done are lovely. How talented you are.Happy PS weekend ~TTFN ~Marydon

  7. >What a lovely, inviting, pretty and cozy sunroom!! It turned out fabulous my friend…what a great job you all did. Love the French lamp and grandma's basket, specially bacause it wa hers. Have a nice Pink Sat., I just came from it to visit you. Have a great weekend. FABBY

  8. >That was such a lovely tour today! I can imagine sitting in that beautiful room and relaxing. I love all your little touches that will make this room the one that everyone wants to be in.Happy Pink Saturday..xo Tami

  9. >Happy Pink Saturday Dee Sweetie…Your sunroom is absolutely gorgeous. I don't think I would ever want to leave it either. What an awesome job you and DH did of turning it around into a beautiful room for the family to enjoy.Love the furniture, that rug is so pretty with everything. Just really popped adding it.Love the water feature. How fun that is and what a wonderful job you did with the water can make over. I love it. I think my grands would be playing in the water all the time. I do so love it though.Thank you for taking me on this wonderful tour. I so enjoyed myself. You are going to have family standing in line waiting for a turn to stay in the new sunroom turned family room. How wonderful is that?Have a gorgeous Pink Saturday and a wonderful weekend. Many hugs and much love, Sherry

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