6,028 using space Porch Design Photos

Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
cute save our roof and use on outdoor space
Roof to use on screen porch
I like the idea of the pitch roof - and the 'triangle' would give great window space/light. This also allows the interior 'braces' for either the hanging bed (maybe chairs)?
use screen doors for sides
outdoor space
“Roof” — ageor000
Gridley + Graves Photographers
3 Reviews
The Happy Home Project
What's the ceiling made of? What material was used?
Use of white paint trim A plant !
having space to enjoy fresh air and views will up your happiness quotient tenfold. While you may not have a gorgeous lake house with a screened-in porch like this one, you can certainly charm up your own porch, balcony or patio with comfortable furniture, plants, and lighting that helps you use it for
difficult to focus on ... well, anything at all. So I say, just go with it. Have fun, wander around and mentally note your first impressions of the space. Once the butterflies have died down, it's time to get to work.
“Porch” — nridge1
Liz Williams Interiors
1 Review
Various Projects
Hello, can you tell me what fabric was used for the seat cushions and throw pillows?
What type of material is used here to surround the screen. Is it wood?
Entry way glass. Could we use this design somehow on the glass office doors?
bench as table in tight space
open patio french doors to outside to save inside space
Can't decide between screen doors and French doors? Have both. Screens on these classic, elegant models preserve the sophistication of the space while connecting it with the inviting outdoor area beyond.
“Screen doors with French Doors” — bogart86301
A pretty porch/mudroom/laundry room
Terrific space. Can you please tell the color of the door? Thank you.
The wall of coat hooks. Plan to use the idea as towel hangers in Bathroom
A mere suggestion of a mudroom, with the wall hooks, adds functionality to the space.
Beadboard - use on ceilings, walls etc
A tray kept by the door you most often use will offer a great place to place wet or muddy shoes and boots.
“Door color” — rockin2
Phantom Screens
4 Reviews
Retractable insect screens at luxury mountain lodge
home. Providing natural ventilation while keeping insects out of the house, the screens blend with custom doorways and retract out of sight when not in use. Perfect for the oversized front double-French entryway, Professional door screens do not detract from the look and feel of the lodge design.
fireplace in the porch area. Can be used as an outdoor living room too! Show Scott
“Stone, hearth” — jnawaldron
Phantom Screens
4 Reviews
Phantom retractable screens at the Kuppersmith Project
the porch columns, allowing the screens to be fully retracted out of sight when not in use. The selected mesh type — Sheerweave 2360 — in charcoal finish helps to block the UV rays from entering the screened space, thereby maintaining a cooler temperature within the porch when the screens are lowered
What kind of screens are used in this room?
find out more about this particular project at http://www.houzz.com/projects/45643/The-Kuppersmith-Home - we created a three-season outdoor living space for this lovely Alabama heritage home. You can find out more about our products by checking out our Houzz profile or our website (http://www.phantomscreens
“V” — bernadinehardy
Logan's Hammer Building & Renovation
1 Review
Wittman Deck
interesting idea for seperating spaces with curtains
use two container facing eah other then build on the front decking
forget about a-frame and use curtains to block sun
As chilly temps begin to move into so many areas, drapes are nice for fending off cold winds. This outdoor space has heaters so the drapes could really come in handy for holding in some of the heat when needed.
“Build a roof out over deck...” — lizatkoch
Schrader & Companies
11 Reviews
Spur Road - Edina, MN
An abundance of living space is only part of the appeal of this traditional French county home. Strong architectural elements and a lavish interior design, including cathedral-arched beamed ceilings, hand-scraped and French bleed-edged walnut floors, faux finished ceilings, and custom tile inlays add
Romanesque architecture, a custom panel French armoire refrigerator, and a 12 foot antiqued granite island. Every child needs his or her personal space, offered via a large secret kids room and a hidden passageway between the kids' bedrooms. A 1,000 square foot concrete sport court under the garage
How did you do the ceiling and what color did you use? Thanks
The fern in the fireplace while not being used
“mantel thickness” — Laura Curtis
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