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Crisp Architects
47 Reviews
Crisp Architects
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eliminates the problem of rain and wind in your space and allows for a three season room but with the look of a large screen porch.
Why not convert a porch like this into a 3 1/2 season screen porch?
Like the design of this 3 season room, the white wooden ceiling and the large window sections
"allows for a three season room but with the look of a large screen porch"
... for a three season room but with the look of a large screen porch
screening it in. This is also a great way to make your porch more of a four-season feature in your front yard. I grew up in an area of the South that was rife
“Screens” — kirksey939
STRATAap Architecture
Vineyard Barn
Ideabooks1,559
Questions3
Great idea for seasonal cabins. where can I find out more about them and buy these?
isn’t occupied. This concept can be applied well to holiday homes, where seasonal use imposes security concerns.
isn’t occupied. This concept can be applied well to vacation homes, where seasonal use imposes security concerns.
metal shutters for aesthetic to barn but also security for seasonal occupation of barn
isn’t occupied. This concept can be applied well to vacation homes, where seasonal use imposes security co
isn’t occupied. This concept can be applied well to vacation homes, where seasonal use imposes security concerns.
isn’t occupied. This concept can be applied well to holiday homes, where seasonal use imposes security concerns.
“STRATAap Architecture SaveEmail Security The metal shutters here not only reinforce the barn aesthet” — riet4me
Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
Sun Room in Winter
Ideabooks15,676
Questions14
Gorgeous 3 season porch!! Could you please tell us about the windows?
This is considered a 3-Season porch. While it is obviously not well insulated, it is separated from the
windows/screens can be changed with seasons.
Screened porch: Three season, swap out the panels; Hello, there are separate glass panels with frames
“windows - but with white frames” — rikilombard
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228 Pendleton Road
Ideabooks26,471
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each sale, as prices tend to vary not only from year to year, but from season to season.“You’re looking at homes that have sold within the last six months
actually represent comparable sales is a subject of hot debate, even among seasoned real estate pros. Brendon DeSimone, author of Next Generation Real Estate:
“small house” — jonathanwheatley
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: An Abundant Rural Retreat in the Barossa Valley.
Ideabooks1,633
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kit and custom greenhouses, the options abound for extending the growing season into cooler months.
.Extend the growing season. A greenhouse can increase gardening potential, allowing gardeners in cold
greenhouse!!!!! Just what I had in mind for in between seasons.
6. Extend the growing season. A greenhouse can increase gardening potential, allowing gardeners in cold
kit and custom greenhouses, the options abound for extending the growing season into cooler months. See the rest of this home
“Policarbonato” — Fer Garcia
Gardening with Confidence®
1 Review
Herb House Garden
Ideabooks1,655
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Plant annual herbs such as basil after the season's final frost. Biannuals such as parsley and perennial herbs such as rosemary, chives, thyme and mint
Southeast. "Plant annual herbs such as basil after the season's final frost," says North Carolina garden writer Helen Yoest. "Biannuals
“Plants” — ellenwaca
Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
Sun Room
Ideabooks9,342
Questions9
3 season...black trim 3 season room...4 season room
“Design” — sabbatical3
Crisp Architects
47 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks15,682
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Three Seasons room on the back of my home.
3 season room white...3 season room idea
“Shows what white painted would looks like.” — shumrick
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