Crisp ArchitectsFarmhouse Porch, New York

Berkshire Retreat. Photographer: Rob Karosis

Country screened-in porch idea in New York with decking and a roof extension —  Houzz
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Amazing EZ Screen Porch Windows wrote:Mar 11, 2013
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    Amazing EZ Screen Porch Windows
    Wondering if future clients like this one are aware of a product like ours.
  • ladibug324
    Do not appreciate your advertising on someone else's page. That is a big DISlike.
nfahr wrote:Sep 9, 2012
  • nanceliza
    gorgeous! Are the screens easily removable for replacement when necessary?
  • DJ PapaDaddyZ
    also was the screen system prefabricated or custom?
mamamiatia wrote:Jun 7, 2015
Ellie Chancey wrote:May 5, 2015
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  • katiegerstel

    I see that it is framed by wood. how do the screens fit in and where did you buy them? Are they easy to install and take out when damaged by weather?

hoffy4 wrote:Dec 16, 2013
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    Crisp Architects
    Thanks for your interest! I will check our records.
  • pamsliwoski
    I'd love to know garage color too. Are carriage doors original ? If not , would you please tell me who makes them?
leahglasser wrote:Jun 11, 2017
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    Crisp Architects

    Unfortunately we do not know of particular furniture manufacturers that produce outdoor quality futons. Perhaps "Restoration Hardware" or "Front Gate" could have something that fits your needs.

kateandbryan wrote:Sep 11, 2016
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    Crisp Architects

    The floors are natural mahogany with most likely no stain finish.

captaindean wrote:Nov 22, 2015
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    Crisp Architects

    The paint colors used in the space are either Benjamin Moore Dove White or Navajo White. Unfortunately we do not have a precise record which was used here.

miastensrud wrote:May 20, 2015
Betsy Bevis wrote:May 10, 2013
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    Crisp Architects
    I apologize, we have no information on the furniture, it was picked by the clients.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Laura Gaskill added this to March Checklist for a Smooth-Running HomeJan 27, 2014

7. Spiff up the porch. Whether or not it is warm enough to sit on the porch where you live, you can make it look more inviting — and it will be ready to go on that first truly warm day. Inspect the floor and repaint if needed. Sweep away dust and cobwebs, wipe down the mailbox and porch light, get a new doormat and put out a few plants. If your porch furniture or cushions have been in storage, set them out now.

J. Peterson Garden Design added this to Take Back Your Front Yard: 8 Ways to Make It SocialAug 14, 2013

Enclose your porch. Do you have a porch but don't like to use it because of bugs or weather issues? Consider enclosing it or screening it in. This is also a great way to make your porch more of a four-season feature in your front yard. I grew up in an area of the South that was rife with mosquitoes in the summer, and our screened-in porch was a much-visited area of our yard. Add an overhead ceiling fan, and you're ready for weather- and bug-busting gatherings.How to banish the bugs on your porch

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Katy Dirks added this to My ideasAug 27, 2019

Reminds me a little of our house! I like this. ME TOO!

Karin Belgrave Photography, LLC added this to 2019 addition inspirationAug 13, 2019

Screen porch, side/sitting porch

dianne0165 added this to SUNROOMSJul 6, 2019

Add a table in front of our loveseat?

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