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  • Melissa Rollins-Jump

    sun porch ideas | Springtime = Porchtime

  • Cathey Eastman

    Screened Porch treatment - Natural Wonder

  • Donna Morrison

    Screened Porch ideas

  • BJ Riordan

    Create an Outdoor Porch Retreat Natural Wonder: Keep an enclosed porch connected to the outdoors with color and texture. Wide-plank wood flooring, oversized arched windows, and plenty of plants set an organic tone. A glasstop table set and a large chandelier are visually lightweight yet compelling.

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