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Modern (Yet Homey) Shaker in Quartersawn Oak
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Porch swing cupboards
“Porch swing cupboards” — tracyann22
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Bedford
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Porch swing
“Porch swing” — kevingreenwood
Studio Almeida LLC
1 Review
Entry Porch
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Entry Porch
porch swing...side porch...front porch...porch addition
Your Favorite Room By Cathy Zaeske
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Screened Porch Sanctuary
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AS YOU CAN SEE THAT I LOVE A PURE PRODUCTIVE PORCH , VANESSA SEAGRAVES MY SPACE.
Screened Porch Sanctuary
porch swing...Screened porch...sleeping porch
“Aspens and moss” — meganderson219
Sunset Properties of Tampa Bay
5 Reviews
New Suburb Beautiful-Craftsman Style; Remodel
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porch swing
Bungalow-style porch
brick porch...craftsman porch
“stairs” — ctlkgriff
David Lund Design
3 Reviews
Public/Private
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Perhaps the most unique aspect of being in a screened porch is the dual sense of privacy and connection to the street. You are simultaneously apart of two worlds. It is what people love about being on a porch. David Lund Design
porch swing...screened porch
Your Favorite Room By Cathy Zaeske
18 Reviews
Screened Porch Sanctuary
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This screened porch was created as a sanctuary, a place to retreat and be enveloped by nature in a calm, 
relaxing environment. The monochromatic scheme helps to achieve this quiet mood while the pop 
of color comes solely from the surrounding trees. The hits of black help to move your eye around the
“the fan” — muhebwa
Your Favorite Room By Cathy Zaeske
18 Reviews
Screened Porch Sanctuary
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Questions0
This screened porch was created as a sanctuary, a place to retreat and be enveloped by nature in a calm, 
relaxing environment. The monochromatic scheme helps to achieve this quiet mood while the pop 
of color comes solely from the surrounding trees. The hits of black help to move your eye around the
notice the contrast in the screens and the porch wood.
“fabric on seat?” — annehouse
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