Front PorchBeach Style Porch

John McManus

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jensooz wrote:Apr 19, 2012
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    Use the same white. It will look more "old house" that way.
  • jensooz
    Perfect..thank you!
tlc0628 wrote:Jul 9, 2013
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    thank you! Ten months after my question, my porch is completed and I LOVE it
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    I'm sorry, but I just learned that Houzz has a secret depository of unanswered questions! I try to answer everyone I receive but I've missed about 50. :(
S S wrote:Dec 4, 2012
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    It's Benjamin Moore Sage Tint (458)... however, here's my standard color disclaimer- this photo, as with everything you see on line, was taken with a digital camera, adjusted before saving the file sent to us and further "adjusted" by the settings on your monitor. The best way to match colors you see online is to hold a color chip up to your monitor! :)
  • sonalness
    thanks! appreciate it! =)
A & C Wiles Construction, Inc. wrote:Apr 10, 2014
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    It's regular pressure treated... no. 1, kiln dried. I don't have any experience with "modified" pine.

  • lindamarie1

    Thank you. A deck builder recommended this over regular for longevity purposes.


Joann Slaughter wrote:Aug 8, 2012
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    It's B. Moore "Sage Tint", #458 in semi-gloss enamel. It's more of a blue-green than the photo appears (at least on my screen).
  • khgott
    Thank you!
A & C Wiles Construction, Inc. wrote:Sep 22, 2013
Thomas Bass wrote:Feb 11, 2017
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    Look at the photos of the rear of this house. A porch can be designed with large window. We like to project large glassy rooms under the porch to bring in light.

croftie wrote:Oct 11, 2016
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    The beams are the same width as the columns- 10 in. and the same depth as the bedmould- 4 in.

Jan wrote:Jul 7, 2016
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    Sorry, I can't help you with that!

dje1719 wrote:Mar 15, 2016
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    I hadn't noticed this, but it's an optical delusion. The ceiling is fully horizontal.

mgsrcs wrote:Feb 29, 2016
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    I've looked everywhere for the deck color and can't find it. We picked from a "standard" deck paint chart, I just don't which one. It's a (slightly) cool gray that you see on old homes everywhere. If I find it, I'll post it here.

Jennifer wrote:Jun 18, 2015
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    It's 12 feet clear. That leaves room for furniture and room to walk by.

dajellybaby wrote:Sep 25, 2014
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    11 ft.
ashmccloud947 wrote:Jul 18, 2014
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    The ceiling paint is Sage Tint (458), and the floor paint is Northern Cliffs (BM-1536); benjaminmoore.com.
lynneylopez wrote:Jul 7, 2014
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    The front porch ceiling paint is Sage Tint (458). My standard warning with colors is that this is a digital photo, it was adjusted when published and automatically adjusted by your computer monitor. Always look at an actual sample to see if it looks like you think it does. :)
Julio Rod wrote:Jun 25, 2014
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    Thanks! The proportions of the porch (12 ft. wide and 12 ft. high) make it feel very much like it's part of an old southern home.
Kellye Gaither wrote:Apr 1, 2014
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    Paint and trim: Lancaster Whitewash (HC-174); benjaminmoore.com.
    Shutter paint: Black Forest (SW2238); sherwin-williams.com.
    Ceiling paint: Sage Tint (458), and floor paint: Northern Cliffs (BM-1536); benjaminmoore.com.
    Everything is real wood, primed on all sides before assembly.

    STANDARD COLOR DISCLAIMER: this photo, as with everything you see on line, was taken with a digital camera or digitally scanned, adjusted before saving the file was sent to us and further "adjusted" by the settings on your monitor. The best way to match colors you see online is to hold a color chip up to your monitor! :)
ninachristina wrote:Jan 5, 2014
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    12 ft. x 54 ft. with an 11 ft. ceiling height
mistercatcat wrote:Jul 22, 2013
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    The Interior Designer is Carolyn Hultman Interior Design, Savannah, GA; carolynhultman.com. She may be able to help you.
ophelia wrote:Jul 14, 2013
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    I'm sorry, I don't have that information.
jgward5 wrote:Dec 27, 2012
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    It's 2 x 4 tongue and groove, pressure treated pine primed on all sides before installation and painted with a solid color deck-specific stain, like Sherwin Williams DeckScapes. This is a solid deck so it's important to slope it in what ever direction you want it to drain.

    This is the closest to the old traditional decks I see on porches in Charleston, Beaufort and Savannah and I'd assume that's what was used in North Florida, too.
Joann Slaughter wrote:Jul 31, 2012
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    12 ft. deep and 50 ft. long
jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjj wrote:Jan 25, 2012
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    I just found numerous questions that I've failed to answer! I'm very sorry for not responding for 18 MONTHS! :( Thank you for the compliment. We will consider posting more photos but we can't post the floor plans.

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Lisa Higgins added this to Dream Spaces: Gracious, Spacious Front PorchesFeb 11, 2014

This stately porch is attached to a house on balmy Daufuskie Island, South Carolina; the homeowners can enjoy it year-round. The dark wicker cushioned furniture contrasts beautifully with the house’s white walls and black shutters, and the porch is so spacious (54 feet long, with 11-foot ceilings), that a full-size dining table and chairs fit easily. The porch is lit by Bevelo’s French Quarter lanterns, and the ceiling paint is Benjamin Moore’s Sage Tint.

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Jen Ray added this to deckJul 2, 2019

floor - northern Cliffs (BM-1536)

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