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Terra Firma Design
5 Reviews
Hazelton Lanes, Yorkville
LIKE to MAYBE do for porch, to put wood 2 different ways!!
3. Use outdoor fabrics and materials in exposed areas. On a covered porch, you can get away with using more delicate furniture and regular indoor cushions
deck tiles could be just the thing. Add an outdoor corner suite and some garden chairs, and all that’s left to do is pop in plenty of flowering pot plants
“Right side” — Peter Ng
Michelle Walker architects
6 Reviews
Roseville Pavilion
Bright gabled porch w skylights, metal roof & 1/2 wall glass pool fence.
Covered porch
“paved alfresco area” — Candice Carey
Dibros Design & Construction
Dibros Design & Construction - Geneva
enclosed sun porch doesn't really need swimming pool, maybe hot tub?
dream porch...porch ceiling
“Pool” — Lynette Sharp
TaC studios, architects
4 Reviews
765 studio/residence, a modern residence in Atlanta, Georgia
pool set down from the porch. maybe we could do this.
covered porch
“Chairs” — krismward
Wolveridge Architects
Eltham South, Blairgowrie
instead of a porch so it's not so dark
outdoor porch...garden walkout...Screened porch
“sun shade” — girlscoutdropout
Scott Edwards Architecture
Scott Residence
Our Front door? Across to garage
Interesting design for front porch...Window by front door...partially covered porch
“Interesting design for front porch” — gabirjones
Kelly and Stone Architects - Tahoe
2 Reviews
Martis Camp lot 236
have a very modern appearing view from the rear. Not every roof on the front needs to be traditional (note the bedroom up top). We know this is the back
amazing front and back views....one with nature
can be incorporated into the front....Dormer & porch...Design of porch
“Fire pit with stone patio” — tturowski
Eisner Design LLC
9 Reviews
Brooklyn Heights, NY
put a slate finish on the side porch and back stoop that can then carry into a patio extension
slate porch...Nice front...Front Door...Front Door Finish
“I like the separate levels that are still partially open to the floor below.” — jb20
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