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- another term for sun lounge
- ‘Glazing may be single-pane, but in newer, more energy-efficient sunrooms, double-glazing is nearly always used.’
- ‘A bright breakfast room adjoins the kitchen; it has a large skylight and leads to the fully plumbed utility room and sunroom.’
- ‘An archway from the kitchen leads to a wooden-floored sunroom where large windows again offer superb views and provide great natural light.’
- ‘This material is also excellent for use on low-pitched roofs in areas such as porches, sunrooms and shed dormers, and as additional protection in valleys and other particularly vulnerable areas.’
- ‘I intend to rebuild the sunroom in the future to improve its already considerable aesthetic and thermal qualities.’
- ‘Double doors lead to the dining room which in turn extends to a sunroom with sliding patio doors.’
- ‘You'll want to consider sunrooms or screened porches you can build now or add in the future.’
- ‘Sliding doors, which have one fixed panel and another that glides along top and bottom tracks, can be good choices for sunrooms as an entryway.’
- ‘Pine double doors lead to an airy sunroom with vaulted pine ceiling.’
- ‘Nathan walked into the sunroom that over looked the sea.’
- ‘An attractive sunroom opens onto a hall with natural pine floor and doors.’
- ‘Finally at twelve Mina stumbled into the sunroom, humming tunelessly under her breath.’
- ‘In addition to a pool and sunrooms along the lake, the hotel offers lakefront dining on the patio in the summer and a wine shop that stocks hard-to-find local wines.’
- ‘Given Sydney's mild climate, these sunrooms can operate comfortably for up to 60 percent of the year.’
- ‘And there are loads of bedrooms, not to mention multiple sunrooms, studies, hallways and bathrooms.’
- ‘The accommodation includes an entrance porch, living room, kitchen, sunroom, office, four bedrooms, a bathroom and a garage.’
- ‘It would help if in picking its franchisees, the company reached out to vendors who already have other income sources, such as those who make patios, install swimming pools, or build sunrooms.’
- ‘The second was the sunroom and the stairs that led up to it from the outside.’
- ‘Tropical plants and summer vegetable starts do well in a closed-in patio / sunroom, which is heated only by the sun.’
- ‘Even sitting in the sunroom, with the morning sun shining on her through the room's many windows she was still cold.’
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