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  • Kim Morgan

    back porch - love the blue ceiling

  • June Johnsson

    porch furniture

  • molly rogers

    painted ceilings | Why We’re Painting Our Porch Ceiling Blue

  • Emma Shafer

    comfy outdoor space

  • Ventura House

    from This Old House I'd like more slate blue / sweatshirt gray paint, but I like the lush garden and the outdoor living room.

  • Lindsay Stacchini

    OUTDOOR LIVING AREA Most yards consist of a lawn, with a smattering of shrubs and flowers. You mow, you weed, you prune, and you admire your handiwork on your way to the mailbox, but otherwise your landscape may not see much action. Yet by thinking of the spaces outside your house the same way you think about the ones inside, you can transform your property with versatile outdoor living areas that draw family members and friends to all points near (the front porch) and far (the back fence).

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Old-world and romantic. A perfect porch for reading, napping, sipping, and trysting. High ceiling, green arched window with shutters, stone floor and those billowy curtains!!

How about a big 'ol cup of coffee in the morning at this table? Okay. Love that birdcage!!

Okay this is supposed to be outdoors! Crazy! Love it for the Living Rm.

Covered sitting area at hotel, La Bastide de Marie, in Lacoste, France.

Beachy Interiors by Enrique Menossi via song of style

what a lovely porch . . .coming home to this every evening after work would be nice:)

This traditional porch near Palmetto Beach, South Carolina, employs coastal-style architecture to give this new home old Southern charm with shutters that reach all the way to the ceiling. The folding shutters can be opened to let in light and air or closed for more privacy. The slats can be adjusted to let air circulate. (Photo: Laurey W. Glenn)

Living Room -- Curated by: Rainbow Painting | 1350 Green Bay Road West Kelowna, BC V4T 2B6 | 250-768-7714

Curtained with Style - love the curtains on the ceiling too. MIght be a great way to deal with our ugly metal patio roof? and put what string lights in-between for sparkle at night?