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Pohl Rosa Pohl

One of our porch designs.

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wnec1
When we built our house (which is a tweaked version of the original one) the first thing I wanted was a screened in porch. It open from the family room and has a small patio attached to it. It is simple and used all the time. And our cat loves sitting there all day watching the world go by. He even has his favorite corner.
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ultra earnest

Good...!!

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Passionate Palette Staging & Design

Great article! Thanks for sharing.

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mmers

We've had an unseasonably warm winter in Calgary, Alberta - end of March 2014, we still had at least another month of winter left. This year, for the first time in many years, I'm actually thinking of what I can do with LIVE plants in the front. Maybe just some pansies? IDK but it's wonderful thinking we have spring.

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ultra earnest

Thats very good...

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Donald

Okay. I'm going to say it. Be mad if you want, but I don't get it... and I'm not trying to be mean... but, are these the "before" photos? White walls (yes, I read it... to capture the light... okay). Curtain rods with no curtains. Plastic pots all over place. TV as bedside table. Cords all wrapped around curtain rods. Pot hanging from the wall. Sorry. Not feeling this at all. Maybe I'm not artsy enough.

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magada

It seems to me that the only thing wrong is that it hasn't been "staged" and most camera angles too high. It's either voluntary or the shooting time was rather hurried for some reason.

I can see how with the usual paring down, arrangement, lighting, angles and centering this home would easily look WOW - but then some may have complained (again) that it was too staged looking.

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dbobul

Really great job giving a perfect example of what is possible when you repurpose items. I Love the final result.

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joots07
What fun! Looks like an old gypsy caravan or a vintage (miniature) train car. I could live with that in my yard, plus fresh eggs.
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