I'm working on furnishing our sun room. The house is a 1925 dutch colonial - but I don't think that matters much since I'm not trying to go vintage with the style. It does mean that the spaces aren't huge and so oversized furniture won't work. The sunroom is visible from our living room through windows that connect the two (so I'm attaching a picture of our current living room furniture). It is more of a reading room (I want to have my morning coffee there) than a mud-room.
The sunroom floor is fir. The walls are a warm cream, trim is white. I have several pieces I'm thinking of using in the room but they could also go elsewhere if any don't end up fitting.
I have an Eames knockoff molded plywood lounge chair in a light wood color and a reddish coffee table made from a vintage table and glass top. I have a rug that I could use in the room or I can get another oriental rug if color ends up being a problem. (pictures of all attached)
I have room for two more upholstered chairs - I've been debating between buying new or having re-upholstered. I have one round-back chair (pictured) that I am thinking of having re-done.
Any ideas of what would look good? I've looked at Crate and Barrel furniture and like the Narita chair but think the very dark wood would be too prominent. I've thought of doing two upholstered chairs one with more wood showing than the other for variation and most likely coordinating but not matching fabrics. I don't want to get too much going on in the room - too many patterns, colors of wood etc.