One big tile pattern for the lattice panel, 16 tiles of these for the lattice panel or not this pattern at all because it doesn't go with the house?
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Does it look weird if only one side is blocked with a panel?
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Great idea for lattice on one side of our front entrance!...jw~
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lattice screen. could use old window(s) as well. i've been wanting to do this!
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Or do I go with a tin panel? Note: there's a tin ceiling in the living room, a framed tin panel in the foyer, one used as a ceiling medallions in the kitchen and two used as ceiling medallions for the porch lights?
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Thinking of going with this on the front porch (oily heart pine), laid out like a random width floor. It's actually rather inexpensive all things considered
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My originial idea was these: 6" corner, middle and corner with half columns against the side of the house. They don't work for me as doubles as they look too chunky.