121 layered Porch Design Photos

Dresser Homes
9 Reviews
Front Porch
Ideabooks12,289
Questions11
Put table lamp on small table by two armchairs on high deck I love the use of table lamps in outdoor rooms. They add a layer of light that is very soft and flattering. On top of that, speakers mounted on the wall above and to either side of the window provide music.
This space feels so casual and inviting. I love the use of table lamps in outdoor rooms. They add a layer of light that is very soft and flattering. The rustic wood ceiling is a beautiful feature, and there are other very nice amenities. It is a little hard to see in this photo, but this outdoor room
5. This space feels so casual and inviting. I love the use of table lamps in outdoor rooms. They add a layer of light that is very soft and flattering. The rustic wood ceiling is a beautiful feature, and there are other very nice amenities. It is a little hard
“Good color of floor” — jazzhog
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Bluff House
Ideabooks4,212
Questions6
It looks more like a mix of Dark Walnut and Cola. By layering colors, you can get more of a modeled appearance.
color was Cola http://www.kemiko.com/colorcards May 4, 2012 at 6:49am Like 2 Report texasrafe It looks more like a mix of Dark Walnut and Cola. By layering colors, you can get more of a modeled appearance.
tex­as­rafe It looks more like a mix of Dark Walnut and Cola. By layering colors, you can get more of a modeled appearance. Stamped concrete
“concrete floor” — christianstjohn
Jeffrey Erb Landscape Design
5 Reviews
Central Park West
Ideabooks11,323
Questions1
layering plank beds with pots All green foliage
Layers of plantings...Planter layers
“Jardinera para hierbas” — 1965adriana
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121 Highland Ave
Ideabooks2,256
Questions3
Pottery hangers - add layer of gravel b4 adding soil & plants, water sparingly & choose plants that like a little extra moisture
before adding soil and plants — this will keep some of the water in the soil, where roots can access it before it drains out. When using pottery, add a layer of gravel to the bottom before adding soil and plants, water sparingly to avoid rotting and choose plants that like a little extra moisture to counteract
“stencil cut stiles” — 2janzen
Starr Sanford Design
4 Reviews
Ladies Street
Ideabooks2,026
Questions2
a go? You can easily arrange a few twin beds end to end with a glass lamp between them. Roll out inexpensive beach mats 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 sit and read a book in the
a go? You can easily arrange a few twin beds end to end with a glass lamp between them. Roll out inexpensive beach mats 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 sit and read a book in the
“sleeping porch!” — gayle257
Blythe Interiors
Moroccan Getaway
Ideabooks7,878
Questions4
"Beautiful outdoor rug options offer an opportunity to add a layer of style underfoot. Outdoor rugs can define spaces, cover up an unattractive floor and add color and pattern to the porch."
Outdoor rugs. Beautiful outdoor rug options offer an opportunity to add a layer of style underfoot. Outdoor rugs can define spaces, cover up an unattractive floor and add color and pattern to the porch.
“Exterior arancione blu e gray” — monicabiji
Equinox Architecture LLC
4 Reviews
Royal Tiger
Ideabooks7,238
Questions8
started up for the first time, it will be turned up very high for a couple of weeks to allow the parts of the system to adjust properly. The screed (layer of concrete) needs to expand and dry correctly before any flooring is laid on top.
“4' square scored and dark stained concrete floors” — Jason Brown
DeForest Architects
7 Reviews
Courtyard House
Ideabooks3,048
Questions4
On the back side of the house, things go from layered and protected to wide-open views of Lake Washington, the Cascade mountain range and Mount Rainier. "I am so glad were able to integrate that gorgeous existing pine tree into the design," DeForest says.The freestanding fireplace (left) is wrapped in
“Living room” — beckybprice
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