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Ogawa Fisher Architects
Rear elevation from lower deck
I love the bifold door . We are renovating our screened porch and would like to open it up to the deck, so we have one continuous huge space. The bifold door will be excellent . The dimensions are 15x 8 feet.
main point of entry, you'll also want a regular door at the end, so that you don't have to open the whole bifold mechanism to get in and out of your porch. Many manufacturers now carry bifold doors and windows - this particular one is a bifold window by Loewen - so your choice will largely depend on
The original kitchen was in the same galley style it's in now, but there was an attached covered mud porch area on the deck that made the space feel awkward. Ogawa and Fisher integrated the mud room area into the kitchen for additional space.
Nick Deaver Architect
Like the landscaping and side porch
Shed Porch with Tin Roof
covered porch...nice cottage
Icon Developments Ltd
LIKE MOST EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS PLACE--SOFFITS,SIDING, PORCH, STONE,EXTERIOR LIGHTING
Natural wood porch...front porch...cottage siding...front porch
Doornebal Maple Falls
House color and porch pole colors
Love it. The siding, wood and shingles... the pillars could be by our front sidewalk and front porch area
covered porch...front porch
Stephanie Wallace & Associates
The main part of my house had the original oak flooring, I converted this porch into a library so I purchased the cheapest oak they had at lumber liquidators, I think they call it white oak utility grade. I sanded all of the floors
Love the ceiling, possibly for screen porch
Screen porch conversion
porch ceiling?...Ceiling for cottage
Ward-Young Architecture & Planning - Truckee, CA
use of wood on porch ceiling and dormer
Windows that maximize the view; porch access from dining area so doesn't block the view
view windows to floor. clerestory windows, lowered dining area, porch off dining
windows above covered porch?
Wow dream cottage
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
Contemporary Hillside Home
traditional English country cottages but with a contemporary interpretation. A metal roof, steel windows, and crisp detailing combined with the warmth of hardwood flooring and exterior stone makes the home sophisticated and comfortable. Several terraces and a screened porch expand the living areas into