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Pinewold Beach Style Porch, Portland Maine

photography by Rob Karosis
Coastal porch idea in Portland Maine with decking and a roof extension — Houzz

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ericaluzar wrote:
What wood was used for this porch?
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Beautiful use of Ipe in this porch. Did the conditions allow you to use tongue and groove? or was it spaced out regular decking?
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How are the pillars made? Are they hollow or solid? What kind of base are they resting on, and what size are the pillars?
emes8346 wrote:
Most Beautiful Porch - What are the materials for the roof, columns, deck. I really like wood on the deck. Thank you.
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Thank you so much. Will go to our Home Depot and or/lumber yard and look at the red cedars. Have a great day and may your future get better.
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One more question that I forgot to ask you, what are the sizes of the beams/columns? Thank you and appreciate you sharing!
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glendora wrote:
What is the depth of this porch?? - In the process of building a house... Right now it is 10ft... Not sure if this is the appropriate depth..
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Thank You.. Your responses have been greatly appreciated..
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Fida Hussain
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sherryrehe wrote:
Where can I find the posts. I love the detail at the top. - I love the posts.I have never seen tops of posts like these. My back patio is a 16 x 20 and the area that the post attach too looks like it is the same width I see in your picture. It may just be a transition peice at the top but I have never seen anything like if locally. I also see their is some type of "standoff" a the bottom of the posts so they do not sit on the damp concrete Where can I find these posts
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Whitten Architects
Thank you for your question. This project was the complete renovation of an existing coastal cottage. The posts themselves and the caps were custom made to replace / match the existing porch posts. They are almost carbon copies of the originals.
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They are a perfect compliment to the house!!
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lila jones wrote:
looking for porch ceiling - light with bead
bdudding wrote:
Rafters - Can you please tell me the distance between the rafters and are they just 2 x 6's? Thanks
Aman wrote:
Aman - hello. how are you. i just love this home. i have a pc of land in the hills which is in 3 steps. i feels this home....PROJECT : PINEWOLD will be perfect of us. How can i get detail photos of this home from all sides and angle. much appreciate regards aman
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