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Farmhouse PorchFarmhouse Porch, Austin

Modern details on a traditional farmhouse porch.

Whit Preston Photography

Inspiration for a farmhouse porch remodel in Austin with decking and a roof extension —  Houzz
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helenedall wrote:Jan 12, 2012
  • pickiewickle

    What material did you use and how did you finish the posts and beams? thanks.


  • catrajko

    What material are the metal columns?


cagrl2u wrote:May 27, 2012
  • kellyslobodian
    Likely rh,restoration hardware catalogue.Available diff lengths and finishes or natural.kelly
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    DownHomeLiving

    We make custom tables, please visit our shop at DownHomeLiving

bjideas wrote:Mar 20, 2013
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    Rauser Design
    The Salt chair is available at design within reach:
    http://www.dwr.com/product/salt-chair.do
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    Mr Bar Stool
    We have a similar chair, shown in the photo below. Feel free to call us with any questions. Mr Bar Stool, 215-925-4800 or 1-800-STOOLS-1
    You can also visit our website www.mrbarstool.com for more info
magee_home wrote:Mar 7, 2013
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    Rauser Design
    The ceiling is a pine tongue-and-groove flooring that is finished with a clear polyurethane sealer.
  • casablanca103
    Does a real wood ceiling on a porch require a lot of maintenance? My contractor is pushing PVC but I don't like the look. Does stained wood hold up better than painted? Thank you.
pinkandredmommy wrote:Apr 24, 2012
achacour wrote:Mar 12, 2012
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    Rauser Design
    Thanks! The ceiling is actually a relatively inexpensive pine tongue & groove flooring material.
  • C&V T
    What color stain is the porch ceiling?
Megan Corcoran wrote:Jun 15, 2016
  • Caroline H

    This is the 54" Rainman by Minka Aire. Very nice farmhouse style.

helenjoh wrote:Dec 29, 2013
gailjudge wrote:Mar 20, 2013
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    Rauser Design
    The siding is hardie-plank smooth with a 4" exposure. Fiber-cement siding is very durable and can look good if it's installed well.
katwoodfin wrote:Mar 20, 2013
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    Rauser Design
    We found the sink on craigslist. It came from a bar on 6th Street called The Dirty Dog! Try a used restaurant equipment dealer in your area.
janehouck wrote:Oct 17, 2012
  • motherbear
    Restaurant supply? Google "stainless utility sink"...
lalbertine wrote:Oct 10, 2013

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    laurendunec
    Lauren Dunec Design added this to What to Know About Adding an Outdoor SinkAug 30, 2018

    4. Measure the area. Use a tape measure to get a sense of how much space you have for an outdoor work sink, allowing for at least a 4-foot-square space of clearance in front of the sink. Budget extra space for countertops, shelves or anything else you need, and then choose your outdoor sink model accordingly. Narrow outdoor sink models can slot more easily into side yards with limited clearance. 5. Determine if you need a permit. Always check with your local building and safety department before getting started. Many counties require a permit if you’re installing new plumbing or moving existing plumbing. If you’re connecting a new outdoor sink to existing plumbing (or choosing a model that drains to a bucket or into the landscape), you may not need a permit.

    laurendunec
    Lauren Dunec Design added this to How to Bring Modern Farmhouse Style to Your PorchJul 11, 2018

    This new-build farmhouse on an organic farm in Austin looks like it’s been there forever, thanks to a classic design and antique touches used throughout. The porch acts as the main dining room, and the couple combined a farmhouse-style table with Shaker-style chairs. The utilitarian outdoor sink and antique oil lamp contribute to the hardworking farmhouse feel. See more of this Austin farmhouse | See more farm tables

    lolalina
    Laura Gaskill added this to Simple Pleasures: Savor a Starry EveningJul 11, 2014

    Host an al fresco dinner party. The warm glow from old-fashioned oil lamps, candles or a fire pit adds to the ambience of an evening dinner party al fresco. For a pleasant pace, start with cocktails and nibbles in the garden as the sun is setting, followed by dinner on the deck and dessert beside the fire.

    mitchell_parker
    Mitchell Parker added this to Houzz Tour: A New Texas Farmhouse Pulls a Neat TrickMar 15, 2013

    Instead of having an indoor dining room, which would have shrunk the kitchen, the homeowners put their dining room on the porch. Cedar planks make up the porch flooring. Rauser chose not to treat the wood, because he wanted it to be a living element that changes over time, displaying scratches and discoloration to give it an older, worn look. The ceiling is actually superglossy pine flooring.Chairs: Design Within Reach

    michellefries
    Michelle Fries, BeDe Design, LLC added this to 10 Ways to Get the Modern Rustic Farmhouse LookMay 1, 2012

    Celebrate the porch. The farmhouse porch is wide and uncluttered. Go without a railing so the space is undefined and the whole porch will be used. The windows are low to extend the indoor living areas. Lighting is primitive, such as lanterns or goosenecks. Hunt around for ceiling fans with a utilitarian feel to be hung from flat wood ceilings or exposed rafters.

    becky
    Becky Harris added this to Wraparound Porches Have Curb Appeal CoveredMar 19, 2012

    This porch is also a great spot for dining al fresco; here's a closer look at the dining table area. The utility sink is a brilliant idea, and the wood ceiling lends an unexpected polished note to the rustic setting.

    becky
    Becky Harris added this to Porch Life: 8 Ideas for Great Outdoor DiningMar 15, 2012

    Mix and match furniture just like you would indoors. Matchy-matchy outdoor dining sets are no longer required; today there are many options for furniture that can stand up to the elements. Furthermore, a porch roof provides ample protection for most of the year, as long as golf-ball-size hail isn't coming in sideways.

    becky
    Becky Harris added this to Get the Look: Modern RusticDec 23, 2011

    3. Go for the gloss. Glossy finishes on the ceiling and chairs reflect light and modernize this rustic outdoor eating area.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    msheehan1022
    msheehan1022 added this to Hilton ExteriorJun 18, 2019

    Nice dining space on porch, commercial-style sink

    nathan_smalley
    Nathan Smalley added this to PatioJun 15, 2019

    Steel beam and tongue and groove

    arkaparsons
    arkaparsons added this to kath & andyApr 24, 2019

    this is perfect for kath. Dream space for her. as of 4/24.

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