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Inspiration for a shabby-chic style sunroom remodel in Cincinnati with no fireplace

Gary + Gayle: Cincinnati, OhioShabby-chic Style Sunroom, Cincinnati

On the sun porch, a mix of natural materials strikes an elegant balance. "We use and re-purpose what we have that's special to us", Gayle says of Gary's and her decorating philosophy. "And when we buy furniture or something else, we make sure it speaks to our hearts and appears to have lived some life already."

The couple created the wooden screen out of salvaged doors, attaching them with the original hinges. A galvanized trough from Pottery Barn is used throughout the year to chill refreshments, while crisp cotton linens soften the scheme and offer a comfortable resting place.

Adrienne DeRosa Photography © 2013 Houzz

Inspiration for a shabby-chic style sunroom remodel in Cincinnati with no fireplace —  Houzz
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kgrossman2063 wrote:Jan 18, 2013
  • gschneider
    They were 2 different doors found at a garden center that also carried salvaged pieces. Maybe check online for architectural salvage merchants in your area. Or even Ebay! Another option might be reclaimed barn wood/hardware merchants; "headboard" featured in the basement guest bedroom was a whole door from either a barn or shed turned sideways & hung on a long wooden cleat.
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    Architectural Antiques
    we've got some great salvaged doors similar to this- shoot us an email at sales@archantiques.com, or try our website: archantiques.com. Hopefully we can help you out!
nmustain wrote:Feb 20, 2014
  • kewg

    yes love the lantern

stillamistry wrote:Apr 3, 2013

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    sam70
    Samantha Schoech added this to Uncover Your Junk's Hidden Decorating Potential — Scads of DIY IdeasMar 18, 2013

    This gorgeous old bare-wood door adds the perfect texture to this modern country room.

    adriennederosa
    Adrienne DeRosa added this to My Houzz: Comfortable Country Style in CincinnatiJan 1, 2013

    Back on the sunporch, a mix of natural materials strikes an elegant balance. "We use and repurpose what we have that's special to us," Gayle says of their family's decorating philosophy. "When we buy furniture or something else, we make sure it speaks to our hearts and appears to have lived some life already."The couple created this wooden screen out of salvaged doors, attaching them with the original hinges. A galvanized trough from Pottery Barn is used to chill refreshments, while crisp cotton linens soften the scheme and contribute to a comfortable resting place.

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