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Rafe Churchill: Traditional Houses
10 Reviews
The New Farmhouse
Can sleep outside without the bugs. Love the vintage light fixture.
Good idea to do couch/ day bed to make a porch a sleeping porch
14. Furnish a sleeping porch. Add a daybed or two to your screened-in porch to transform it into an extra sleeping spot on warm summer nights
During the day they act as seating, but at night they turn the space into a sleeping porch.Churchill covered the interior wall of the porch with exterior siding
They serve as comfy seating during the day and transform the space into sleeping quarters at night.See the rest of this home
“Iron bed” — cjbazinet
Andersson-Wise Architects
1 Review
Stone Creek Camp
Zoe Gaik The windows as walls make the room feel like a separate entity from the house
privacy still being kept, due to the height of the room off the ground.
Strange shape room...Sleeping porch...guest room...Neat guest room...screened in sleeping room...Dream room...Like sleeping in the woods...screened sleeping porch
“Bedrooms” — Rhonda Dyer
Harmony Design Group
7 Reviews
Timeless Elegance
Lap pool with pergola and 2 sleep rooms
Maybe one side pool equipment and the other side change room/bathroom
Changing room...outdoor "room"...his hers dressing rooms
“overall look” — maryloubath2
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Beach Style Porch
weever need to make sleeping room try this
Such a cute little room with the bedding!!
Sanford’s second-level porch still serves as a sleeping porch today.
sleeping porch...outdoor sleeping...Love this sleeping porch...floor sleeping porches! cool idea...The sleeping porch....extra guest sleeping...great place for sleeping!...sleeping porch idea...Sleeping poarch...Perfect sleeping porch...Porch sleeping...Sleeping porch?
“Beds” — lgbeckner
Lands End Development - Designers & Builders
3 Reviews
Screened Porch
Use your balcony as a sleeping porch. “Outdoor sleeping has come
Use your balcony as a sleeping porch. “Outdoor sleeping has come to stay, so let us recognize the fact and build our houses accordingly.” This declaration
Moderate Costs in 1921, responding to the widespread fad of sleeping on screened porches. Sleeping al fresco was considered, in the time of diseases like
can be used like a sleeping porch. You could have a little daybed with light linens for nights when it’s comfortable enough to sleep in open air.
tuberculosis, to be a reasonable health measure. As such, for many years, sleeping porches were an integral part of home designs.Depending on your apartment
“Screened in porch sleeping porch” — arnp1989
Starr Sanford Design
4 Reviews
Ladies Street
3. Set up a cute sleeping porch. If you have an enclosed back porch, why not give this a go? You can easily arrange a few twin beds end to end with a glass
or natural fiber rugs, and layer on the striped bedding. Once you have a sleeping porch all set up, you may find yourself using it to nap, or even just to
bathroom. Comfortable, pretty beds will up the hospitality quotient. I’d sleep here all summer.
Set up a cute sleeping porch....Sun room ideas with twin beds...sleeping porch to add to farm house!
“Parent house” — Natty Boony
Johnson Berman
Hunting Lodge - Oxford, Maryland
veneer on fire place in main room. Need some scale ideas, thanks
How is this room heated/cooled? Love it!!
Sleeping porch integrated into rest of room
Consider using it for more than sleeping. A sleeping area can be seamlessly integrated
Sun room. Could do off the side of the deck.
SLEEPING PORCH Consider using it for more than sleeping. A sleeping area can
8. Consider using it for more than sleeping. A sleeping area can be seamlessly integrated into a porch without giving it a bedroom look. For example, a
“Vuon” — Pham Thu
Northworks Architects and Planners
1 Review
Stone House
This 350 square-foot vacation home annex accommodates a kitchen, sleeping/living room and full bath. The simple geometry of the structure allows for minimal
neat use of space for comfortable seating/sleeping
Sleeping benches at each end of porch
“custom fabricated galvanized steel ~4x4 bolted posts and girder with built in bench seating” — Carl Hunt
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