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This is an example of a tropical porch design in San Francisco with decking and a roof extension.

Hawaii Residence - PorchTropical Porch, San Francisco

This is an example of a tropical porch design in San Francisco with decking and a roof extension. —  Houzz
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elleneric wrote:Oct 13, 2012
  • Jayda DEyry
    Hi Kim. I don't know why we aren't listed with vrbo.com any more. I will contact our management company. Otherwise our house is listed with ReMax Vacation rentals http://booking.remaxkauai.com/Unit/Details/76805
    Thanks for your interest.
  • Rob Byko
    What were the columns wrapped with? And were the posts 6x6?
dreeve83 wrote:Jul 26, 2012
  • anne1229
    What is the porch material
  • batman2010
    is there a floor plan i cant see a clear interior path to the back yard.
danab wrote:Apr 21, 2013
Kim Kochakian wrote:Jul 5, 2014
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    Sutton Suzuki Architects
    Hi there,

    Unfortunately those lights were chosen by the owner and we do not have a record of what they chose. Sorry that we can't be of more help and thank you for the interest!
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    Kuhn Construction, Inc.
    Very clean build. Looks great. Love the floors, and the VIEW!
ashlee6801 wrote:Dec 30, 2013
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    Sutton Suzuki Architects
    Hi there,
    Here we used Ipe hardwood. I can not recall what finish was used. Hope that helps!
jazzlvr wrote:Sep 24, 2013
Reena Borwankar wrote:Aug 14, 2017
    francinelieb wrote:Dec 23, 2013
      dermpa20 wrote:Apr 9, 2012

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Kristy Woodson Harvey and Beth Woodson added this to Coast Into Chic Beach StyleFeb 24, 2012

        Palm trees, sand, surf ... who would even want to go inside? When it comes to front porches, making use of all available space is important. Because waterfront property is so often premium, porches this sprawling are rare. On a smaller deck, we think a dining table with comfy chairs is a great use of space. That way, you have an extra spot to have meals while enjoying the view but can also use the chairs to lounge, sip coffee, curl up with a good book or have a long chat with a friend.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        ericboyer4 added this to ericboyer4's ideasApr 14, 2019

        Love the decking; don’t understand the need for the top railing

        Limitless Home Styling added this to webuser_150563576's ideasMar 8, 2019

        needs a hit of colour - pull in the blue - but nice cream and brown

        Melissa Treadgold Architect, Sydney, Australia added this to Catherine's KitchenNov 28, 2018

        Is this what you were thinking would be good for the verandah detailing?

        jcarv added this to Pakiri NotesNov 21, 2018

        depth of the deck is important and built just like this of completely in wood.

        jcarv added this to GardensNov 21, 2018

        the deck/verandah. The depth is important and I prefer it to be all wood like this

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