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Mid-sized coastal screened-in back porch idea in Other with decking
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Mid-sized coastal screened-in back porch idea in Other with decking —  Houzz

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bernadette wrote:January 8, 2012
  • Alan Clark
    Appalachian Woodwrights in NC can make custom wood doors like these, www.appwooddoors.com
  • PRO
    Group3
    They're 8 feet tall and 2 1/4" thick mahogany doors with insulated glass "simulated divided lite"* and a (real) bronze threshold.

    * 2 panes of glass with wood muntins on each side and a spacer bar in between so you get a reasonably close resemblance to a "true divided lite" door.
jerrigoodman wrote:March 1, 2012
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    Group3
    The interior designer, Carolyn Hultman might know.
lakeq wrote:April 15, 2012
  • Sue Cochran
    Try looking at vintageporchswings.com... They have some great designs and you can work with the owners to customize the colors and style to meet your needs.
  • marisaarceneaux

    Nostalgicporchswings.com has handmade swings with great rope and cushion options.

lisabl wrote:May 23, 2012
  • lefty47
    HI -- Think you need bigger posts further apart. As for the flooring , you will need to put down some plywood to keep the bugs out and I think a good quality out door carpet would be better than tiles. That's what we did over twenty years ago and it still looks great with no problems.We are working at screening it in soon too. We love to sit out and watch the rain etc. in the summer and we are going to add a heater for the cool nights.
  • lisabl
    I agree - bigger posts further apart will definitely improve the looks of my porch. I also like the idea of putting down plywood if I go with carpet again. I want my porch to reflect a dressed up yet relaxed nature - I am tired of the cabin-at-the-lake look (rough). I love my porch too - as do my cats and dogs. We all enjoy relaxing outdoors with no bugs to contend with. It's wonderful. Thank you for your input. This site is really helpful with people giving their ideas and input from experience.
rdarby wrote:July 21, 2012
What is the stain color on the doors?

  • PRO
    Group3
    The doors are mahogany and the stain is (I believe) Rez "mahogany".
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