3,569 split back Porch Design Photos

Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Mark & Priscilla Rieves
Ideabooks2,286
Questions2
The split with storage. Could be w/d room and privacy from neighbor.
The back porch was a major part of the home's renovation. The Rieveses wanted an outdoor space that they could enjoy year-round. Daron Tapscott's design extended the roofline to match the original and included a raised deck and brick fireplace.Mark grew up in Roanoke, Virginia, and even as a kid, he
“Awesome covered porch” — jonathonwagner
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Massachusetts Farm House
Ideabooks2,608
Questions3
Thanks for your interest! I will check the drawings and get back to you
I believe this was mahogany, however I am not positive, I will check our records and get back to you asap.
Enclosed sunroom/Muskoka room out back that opens from BBQ area
This is pretty close to what I want. I want a simple screened in porch that I can sit in and enjoy flowers in my back yard. I'd like to be able to fit a farm table here with four chairs, or at least two.
“This is what I want.” — Sylvia Rodgers
Rustic Porch
Ideabooks1,535
Questions4
Where do I find those high back rockers ?
If only this was my back yard life would be grand
use cedar shingle for back door proch roof
No railing back porch
split rail fencing idea
Laid-back aura...split rail fence
“Porch” — Katie Beiersdorf
Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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Hart Associates Architects, Inc.
Porch
Ideabooks3,228
Questions7
bluestone is a sedimentary stone that is quarried in upstate new york (and probably many other places) It can be split (cleft) and will have a natural flaky finish - or it can be surfaced with a torch (thermal as in heat) and the flakes fall away and the surface of the
Patio back yard square exterior columns
bluestone is a sedimentary stone that is quarried in upstate new york (and probably many other places) It can be split (cleft) and will have a natural flaky
“this with old brick on edges?” — jenschock3
Elad Gonen
1 Review
porch
Ideabooks12,175
Questions7
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“Beautiful” — Pedro Yupa
Fresh Space Design
Stillwater Porch and Pergola
Ideabooks2,157
Questions2
This would be great for the back porch!
this could work for the back of the house
Live in a double wide home. the steps are at back door height, then pergoda could go our front of the doors with steps from back and side.
SPLIT LEVEL REMODEL?
back yard. two different heights
add back deck...Back deck
“Pergola dresses up a plain front entrance.” — jencott
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks22,809
Questions22
Are the columns split in half or do they go all the way through?
I will check the drawings and get back to you as soon as possible
I'll check on Monday and get back to you. It is 'L' shaped.
this shud be my back porch!!!!!
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“Idea mesa patri” — tulucoman
Jeannie Balsam LLC
9 Reviews
Nantucket Cliffs
Ideabooks9,459
Questions10
We purcahsed them in Chicago at The Merchandise Mart - The Sterling Collection. Beautifully made and comfortable - the backs are made from a "rush" product so the texture is even more attractive in person.
Split sunroom into two areas with
If the back of the house is the eating area or sitting area, we could make
“French doors from the dining room to the enclosed patio.” — sasagemono
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