Angela
Angela
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  • San Antonio, TX

Winter Porch 2014


Here's my take on a winter porch!!
winter porch 2014, home decor, porches
winter porch 2014, home decor, porches
winter porch 2014, home decor, porches
winter porch 2014, home decor, porches
winter porch 2014, home decor, porches
winter porch 2014, home decor, porches
winter porch 2014, home decor, porches

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  • Anna Ibarra
    on Feb 10, 2014

    This looks so bright and welcoming.

    • Angela
      on Feb 10, 2014

      @Anna Ibarra Thank you Anna! We really enjoy spending time out there!

  • Jeanette S
    on Feb 10, 2014

    Very pretty space! My front porch looks awful, it is swept, but I take in all my linens in the winter time...Atlanta is just not conducive for winter use of porches. We do have a screen porch on back, but we turn it into a green house in the winter.

    • Angela
      on Feb 10, 2014

      @Jeanette S Thanks Jeanette! We are very fortunate here in Texas to be able to use our porches during the winter. We probably sit out there more in the winter than in the summer due to heat! LOL!! I'd love to have a green house to be able to store my sensitive plants. We lost quite a few this winter as we have had a colder one than usual. What a great idea!

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