Sun Room in WinterFarmhouse Sunroom, Portland Maine

photography by Rob Karosis

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lizziek wrote:Jun 17, 2012
  • teenieq
    thank you so much! I just love this room!!
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    Whitten Architects

    You're welcome!

rsrosser wrote:Apr 4, 2014
  • Marsha Freedman
    love this porch. we're building a 2nd home in Wilmington, NC and we'd love this room. Perfect!
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    Whitten Architects
    Thank you for your kind comment.
mrsdoddle wrote:Jan 13, 2013
  • jdhouseideas
    Whitten Architechs; thanks for answering so many questions about the porch and it's windows. The info was more than enough that I didn't need to ask anything but simply wanted to express my gratitude.
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    Whitten Architects
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kathlarge wrote:Aug 26, 2012
  • B Brooks
    Interested in the furniture - vendor?
  • Claudia Ioanes

    Interested in furniture

klyman wrote:Apr 6, 2017
gbrice11 wrote:Aug 29, 2012
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    Whitten Architects
    Thank you for your question. The wall trim is finished with "Cabot's" OVT solid acrylic stain - color "#0611 White". The screen / window frames are painted a custom color.
  • gbrice11
    Thank you
bkaelber wrote:Aug 24, 2012
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    Diana Bier Interiors, LLC
    Of course I don't know since this is not my work, but if I had to guess, I'd say it's natural cleft bluestone.
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    Whitten Architects
    This is natural cleft bluestone.
daisy4girls wrote:May 16, 2017
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    Whitten Architects

    Thank you for your question. These are bluestone pavers.

Linda Cloutier Kitchens and Baths, LLC wrote:Mar 19, 2017
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    Whitten Architects

    Thank you for your question. These are bluestone pavers.

Susan Orr wrote:Mar 18, 2017
  • jimandmickie

    I'd love to know what window/screen product is used. Does it allow the openings to be full screens in the summer and then trade out for some type of glass/vinyl clear panel for the winter? It is beautiful and exactly what we'd like to do. Thanks!

kopirus wrote:Feb 9, 2013
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    Whitten Architects
    This is considered a 3-Season porch. While it is obviously not well insulated, it is separated from the rest of the house via exterior grade french doors. The floor is radiant to allow for some space warming.
silverlady25 wrote:Aug 5, 2012
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    Whitten Architects
    Location of the screen porch in relationship to the surrounding environment is always pretty important. This porch is protected from wind driven rain by the surrounding woods. In addition, there a decent sized roof overhangs above the screens. If a little water does get in, the south facing orientation allows the sun to quickly dry things out.
erosenberg9 wrote:Aug 12, 2013
    Shayna Usher wrote:Apr 4, 2013
      joannp1229 wrote:Nov 18, 2012

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        becky
        Becky Harris added this to The Sunporch: A Room for All SeasonsMay 18, 2012

        ... swapped out for glass windows in the winter.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

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        Derek Clarke added this to Erica's ideasSep 6, 2019

        I like this window layout for new family area.

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