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How To Wrap Front Porch Posts (Turn Skimpy Front Porch Posts Into Pretty Columns) – Part 1

How To Wrap Front Porch Posts (Turn Skimpy Front Porch Posts Into Pretty Columns) - Part 1 - Addicted 2 Decorating®

After working on my porch floor for several very long days without a break (if you missed it, you can click here to see my porch floor project where I built a wood porch over an existing concrete porch), Matt insisted that I take a day off to recuperate. I definitely needed it, but at the same time, I was chomping at the bit all day Tuesday to go out and wrap the front porch posts. So yesterday, there was no stopping me. I’ve been so anxious to do this project for a very long time, and my…

how to build a portico - 14 - build second truss and attach 2 x 4 stretcher

How To Build A Small Portico Above A Door - Part 1 - The Basic Frame - Addicted 2 Decorating®

Yesterday I started working on the portico to go over the side door of the studio. These are the two that I chose to use as my inspiration. via Bungalow Restoration original source unkown This is the first project I’ve done in about four weeks because of the back, shoulder and arm issue I’ve been nursing. It felt so good to get back at it, but wow! Did I choose a doozy of a project to jump back in with! The building process was actually pretty easy (so far). The installation of the top parts…

How to Build Porch Columns

We originally had old cedar columns on our porch. As part of our porch renovation project, we decided to add an apron to frame the porch ceiling and then we wrapped the cedar columns with Hardie boards. Below is a glimpse of one of the columns. Here is a before picture (also before the outdoor fireplace and old barn

how to build a portico - 14 - build second truss and attach 2 x 4 stretcher

How To Build A Small Portico Above A Door - Part 1 - The Basic Frame - Addicted 2 Decorating®

Yesterday I started working on the portico to go over the side door of the studio. These are the two that I chose to use as my inspiration. via Bungalow Restoration original source unkown This is the first project I’ve done in about four weeks because of the back, shoulder and arm issue I’ve been nursing. It felt so good to get back at it, but wow! Did I choose a doozy of a project to jump back in with! The building process was actually pretty easy (so far). The installation of the top parts…

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How To Wrap Front Porch Posts (Turn Skimpy Front Porch Posts Into Pretty Columns) - Part 1 - Addicted 2 Decorating®

After working on my porch floor for several very long days without a break (if you missed it, you can click here to see my porch floor project where I built a wood porch over an existing concrete porch), Matt insisted that I take a day off to recuperate. I definitely needed it, but at the same time, I was chomping at the bit all day Tuesday to go out and wrap the front porch posts. So yesterday, there was no stopping me. I’ve been so anxious to do this project for a very long time, and my…

3 Easy Steps to Screen in a Porch

Screen Your Porch in 3 Easy Steps ...

When we purchased this house, the porches were still in their original construction state. The wood had never been treated or painted. As much as we both love the look of natural wood, it didn't really coordinate with the look and feel of the house. We started our makeover by staining the posts, skirt and decking. Now it's time to install the screen. As with any project of this nature, the first section is always the hardest and most time-consuming, but by the time you get to the end…

How to Build Homemade Wood Privacy Screens DIY

Lately, our neighborhood has been under construction. Lots of new homes are getting built. I don't know if it is the fact that we got used to have just empty lots around us, but as soon as those home started to go up, we felt the need to add a little "privacy" to our back porch. One day while browsing on Pinterest I came across this beautiful porch with wooden screens. We both loved this look, so my husband got to work and recreated the same kind of screens. When it was al…

DIY Craftsman Style Porch Columns - Shades of Blue Interiors

DIY Craftsman Style Porch Columns - Shades of Blue Interiors

How to wrap existing porch columns in stained wood and build a craftsman style base unit to add character and curb appeal to your front porch.