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Cynthia Lynn Photography
Simplifying in the Suburbs
round front door and the box beam ceiling
to the front door, and box-beam and tongue and groove wood adorn the ceiling. Additional windows along the wall introduce more light from the front porch.Table, sideboard: Bausman & Co.; chairs: Hickory; light fixture: Scudo Saraceno; mirror: La Barge
rounded-top front door and box-beam ceiling shown here.See the tour: English Cottage Style Graces a Home Bathed in Light
Merzbau Design Collective
on the front porch. Paint: Evening Sky, Benjamin Moore
Liz & John: Sutton, QC
were old front porch chairs, rockers removed, that had been purchased for $2 Canadian (about U.S.$1.95) apiece. Davidson did the framed artwork.
Seattle Area Interior Designer
Space-planning, design, color-consultation and kitchen/bath remodels.
Frederick + Frederick Architects
Horizontal cables below to protect screens. screen below wood floor. Door opens outward to porch. Fan. Windows above doors
screened-in porch, and the farmhouse table and benches
This enclosed porch provides all the pleasures of eating outdoors without the evening chill or the inevitable bugs. After all, those citronella candles rarely really work.
Another great benefit of a screened-in porch is that it provides a bug-free spot to enjoy a meal
underneath the porch as well, so the little buggers won't crawl up from underneath.There are several different options for screens. The most common way to screen is shown on this porch: The screens are stapled on and then the edges are covered with wood (see a close-up of this type of screen). The biggest drawback
Stone Residence 1
to the front porch!
open to porch, crown molding
out to front porch...of the front
lights for front porch
JPID Construction & Design LLC
Street Of Dreams The Two Thousand & Thirteen
covered front porch, Custom Ash sideboard with bi pass sliding doors with an aged black finish, The dining table sits below the 2 hanging lantern light's from Circa Lighting. The 2 upholstered wingback arm chairs with beautiful nail heads. Photo by David Papazian Photography
Cedarstone Homes Limited
generous front porch and entry respond to the traditional family centered streetscape of the “village”. The selected exterior material palette combines smooth faced stone with clapboard siding in earthy tones to create a unique blend of the contemporary and the traditional. Glazed commercial style garage