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Ingredients for a Summertime Front Porch:

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It's not hard to create an oasis on a front or back porch -
1. round up a few comfy chairs or a lounge, maybe a swing.
2. add a table to hold a glass.
3. pop in a few pillows and a splash of color in an accessory or two.
...and you have your OWN summertime retreat to enjoy!
Once upon a time, I lived in my dream house. And that dream house had a wide front porch that just said 'Summertime'... It was the perfect place to hang a swing, where I could sit and work or just relax. Add in a few patriotic decor details and a refreshing summer beverage, and it was truly my haven, my retreat. I enjoyed that porch in every season, but especially in summer!
These photos were included in my 'Sweet ReTreats' column in FOLK Magazine's Issue V, Summer 2012.

To see more: http://homewardfounddecor.blogspot.com/2013/05/sweet-summertime.html

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  • Sandy K
    Sandy K Oconto, WI

    nice until it rain's out. I am alway's watching the weather.

  • Betty Conder
    Betty Conder Crossville, TN

    Its always nice for the neighbors to see your front porch and know they are welcome to come and sit and chat with you.

  • Deb@homewardFOUNDdecor

    @Betty Conder, you are so right! As a matter of fact, my neighbors were SO welcome that they would bring their horses with them and tie them to my front step railing!! I also hosted a seasonal store in a building on my property, and visitors loved to

  • Deb@homewardFOUNDdecor

    @Sandy K , I lived on an island north of Seattle, and it rained nearly every month of the year! I simply folded up the quilt and grabbed the pillows each evening, tucking them into the entry hall closet inside the front door. Everything else

  • Sandy K
    Sandy K Oconto, WI

    yes, a person get's use to it, I suppose. Thank's for the comment, I'll be braver next time it rain's. lol

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