Added to 210 ideabooks Last comment "Love the walk out and seating below"
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Sending E-mail E-mail Or Do Not E-mail Success! A link to Design Tips for the Front Porch was e-mailed The kitchen may be the heart of the home, but the front porch is like a handshake, welcoming visitors, serving as a connection point with the neighborhood, and role-playing as the first (and sometimes
issue, Max emailed his friends and asked for no gifts at the party. "We got him a lovely bow and arrow, which is what he had wanted, so he wasn't deprived. One friend cheated and brought him a little box of Mexican jumping beans," says Helgerson.
This house in Austin’s Bouldin neighborhood is an exercise in efficiency and invention. The site’s three heritage trees drove the design, whose interplay of Hardiplank, wood, metal, and glass is enhanced by thoughtful details and clever spatial solutions. A cypress wood front porch reflects up the easy-going architecture of the neighborhood and another porch overlooks the court... more »