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Austin Patterson Disston Architects
where could I purchase fireplace screen
The fireplace screen is from Architrove, www.architrove.com in Long Island, via Ken Gemes Interiors.
purchase these right away would be to hire a designer who has an account with Flores furniture. She will be able to identify them for you. Also, you could screen shot them and email to Metro Decor in San Diego where we purchase a lot of Flores pieces. Good luck, RR
The name of the chair manufacturer is Flores. You can contact Savannah Home in Escondido for purchasing. It might help to take a screen shot and email it to them. For more on this project watch our YouTube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKX7VpjV0ZI
2006 Southern Living Idea House Sunroom Daniel Island
Is this a screened porch? It looks like a sun room. Thank You.
SCREENED PORCH OR SUN ROOM
by screen porch side
a Blade of Grass
The bluestone patio was screened from the neighbors with a wall of arborvitae. Lush perennial gardens provide flower cutting opportunities and color to offset the green wall.
evergreen screening...Arborvitae screen
Double french doors leading out to screened in porch. Ideally the fireplace would be a pass through, so you could enjoy it from the screened in porch as well.
fireplace and French doors to screened porch
TV rotates, screened doors below (for air return)
going to eat and watch TV anyway, you can at least sit at the table instead of eating on the sofa.See more of this house (and what's behind this TV screen)
Mason Hammer Builders, Inc
these are nice casement windows - with screens they could be an option for the screened porch.
Central Pennsylvania Country Home
salvaged lumber milled from the properties own trees. With the installation of solar panels, a vegetable patch, and orchard, it was important to not only screen their view but create definition on the property. A knack for the old, the clients made it easy to incorporate a connection to the farm’s past and