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Lovely. Love these chairs for the front porch. How cool to find a couple old chairs, paint them and put cushions on them.

yeah, when I win the lottery, this is the first thing on my list!

love this style of house!! {Cavallo Point, SFO - photo by Elizabeth Messina}

The porch furniture on this North Carolina breezeway was all found or passed down by family. The curtains give this outdoor space a pop of color and help it feel like a real room; they were made from umbrella fabric that cost $1 per yard! (Photo: Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn)

dream house Luxury homes with pools@tracypillarinos

Wanting to create an outdoor space that reflected the livability and style of the interiors?

Sometimes all you need to do is pull the curtains closed. Oh, wait — no curtains on your deck? No problem. This porch was converted instantly into a sweet outdoor hideaway with the addition of affordable metal rods and panels of all-weather fabric on rings. It's a great privacy solution and a smart way to protect yourself from gusts of wind.

Beautiful area for reading, if I do say so. Natural stone and frothy ferns.

I don't care for the specific plantings or the marble-like tiles, but I like the balance: lots of stone interrupted by spot plantings.

GL: I love the nestled-in-the-trees-with-the-almost-natural-pool feel. I think this is the only way I'd like an outdoor pool: with the organic shape of a pond, with the ability to incorporate light and not have to worry as much about things like algae or critter populations.