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Traditional Porch

This is an example of a traditional porch design in New York. — Houzz

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Brittney Hankins wrote:
What black paint color did you use on your floor? Thanks!
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Susan Duane
hello, i bought the table and chairs at an estate sale.
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Thanks! You are so lucky, they are darling!!
cmurb wrote:
What type of screens are used? They appear very clear.
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Joyce Fokes
What type screens used
khgott wrote:
Screens - I too would love to know what screens, if any, are used here....they are extremely clear. Thank you
mydesign2day wrote:
What is the depth of the landing outside door at stairs? - It is hard to see outside the screen door. It appears that there is no landing. How many stairs to bottom?
cmurb wrote:
How high is the beadboard at the bottom of the screens?
Elizabeth Ann wrote:
Do you have the name of the color you used to paint the table?
bunnybill wrote:
what type of flooring is used in this three season porch - what type of flooring is used in this three season porch

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Vanessa Brunner added this to Houzz Tour: 19th-Century Farmhouse Becomes Home for 5
The back porch looks out over the home's expansive backyard, perfect for Duane's kids. Since it's enclosed, the space can be used year round. Duane designated multiple seating areas for optimal after-dinner entertaining.
Becky Harris added this to 5 Smashing Black and White Homes
Turquoise chairs stand out on the otherwise strictly black and white screened-in porch.
Becky Harris added this to Porch Life: Banish the Bugs
The best option for talented DIYers is a system like Screen Tight. Screen Tight is a method of spline screening that adapts to wooden frame porches like this one. In other words, separate screen panels are installed inside each one of the wooden frames you see above. This kind of system is less labor intensive and uses fewer materials, and if you damage a screen, it can be replaced with ease.
Becky Harris added this to Enliven Your Porch With Color
Paint a few wooden pieces. The bright turquoise chairs and buffet on this porch stand out next to all the crisp black and white everywhere else. Using paint to spruce up some flea market wooden chairs is an easy way to add color. If you have several different styles of chairs, it will unify a mismatched group as an eye-pleasing group.See the rest of this home

What Houzzers are commenting on:

mpartin added this to Back Porch
patchy area around screen door....TOP SPACE is left open
prbrown1941 added this to Screened In Back Porch
Note the low base wall is inconspicuous, does not obstruct the view, limits potential damage from pets, water or soil, and provides a more solid base for framing.
bbwlw added this to Manteo back porch/room ideas
splined screens - much more easily replaceable

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