Often when a 3 season room is on the wish list for your home, be it a new build or an addition, there are several considerations.

  • Are there views on 3 sides?
  • Will you want to maximize the view or have a fireplace for warmth, taking away from window space?
  • How large should the windows be and how many?
  • What will the overall design esthetic be?  How often do you plan to use the space during the year?

If heating the 3 season room makes your list, perhaps a corner fireplace is a viable option.  Wood burning stoves are a space saver but safety should be a consideration when it comes to kids and pets.

The featured space here includes a rustic, reclaimed wood feature wall, large windows on 2 sides, maximizing the back views.
The flooring is a stamped concrete slab floor with radiant heat to provide warmth in the colder months.


The furniture was chosen to fill the space taking scale into consideration. A smaller sectional for a comfy vibe and a reading chair with a soft floor lamp in the corner for the days that lend to free time or relaxation.

The 8 foot patio sliding door allows the opening to the outdoor space to be a feature view throughout the houses open floor plan.




Another possible option would be to vault the ceiling or add ceiling interest such as beams or beadboard if the accent wall is omitted.

I can picture it as a write this and it would be stunning as well.