Historic Trimble HouseFarmhouse Porch, Austin

Inspiration for a farmhouse porch remodel in Austin with decking and a roof extension —  Houzz
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Mary T wrote:Jun 5, 2014
  • dlwalsh

    Do you build in the cedar park area?

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    Moontower

    Hi Dlwalsh,

    Unfortunately we have a limited geographical area that we can reach. Cedar Park is pretty far for us to mobilize for, but if the project is right, we seem to make it work. Hope that helps.

nancytcole wrote:Apr 9, 2014
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    Moontower
    Unfortunately, we have no idea. The client found these long before we ever became involved in the project. We love them too, though. The really help complete the porch!
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    KAVI MANI Interior Designer and Decorator
    I believe the chairs are from IKEA. BYHOLMA is the name of the chair and they cost $89.99 USD/ each. Hope this helps.
Heirloom Design Build wrote:Feb 8, 2014
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    Moontower
    This is either 5/8 or 3/4" rope and the "knot" is braided back into the rope. D&A Wire and Rope cut them to the length and incorporated the bolts into the looped rope ends.
    http://dawirerope.com/
  • g5786
    looks peaceful and ouiet with natural look on the chairs unpainted table and and a place to sleep with no disturbance with rope knot on four sides incoperated with bolts and loops around the bed no disturbance from any body.
juliaonthecape wrote:Feb 28, 2014
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    Moontower
    We design every porch bed tailored to the space it sits in. If you notice, the arm rests play off of the guard rail under the screen windows. Also, we sized this swing to fit with a standard size twin mattress bed. This size proportioned well in the space and makes it easy to exchange the bedding when they are ready for a fresh new look.

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Laura Gaskill added this to To-Dos: Your March Home ChecklistFeb 3, 2015

4. Pull out the porch furniture. Whether or not it’s porch-sitting weather yet in your neck of the woods, just seeing your porch furniture out there can be enough to lift your spirits. Plus, getting things set up early will give you time to inspect your chairs, benches and cushions, and replace or repair worn-out pieces.

lolalina
Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Great Outdoor Chill ZonesMar 26, 2014

Napworthy porch. A covered porch is the perfect place for napping — the fresh air and gentle breeze soothe, but the roof is there to protect you if a sudden shower springs up while you snooze. Any daybed makes a fine napping spot, but I think the rocking motion of a hanging bed is especially restful.

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teariw added this to Quail RunApr 28, 2019

Possibly one day deck out front

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