Wrapping Up the Porch Project-literally!


Last fall Coach and I converted our deck into a screened-in porch, which was awesome. No more buggy nights, or rainy afternoons when we couldn’t use the deck for anything other than furniture storage! Since we had decorated it with quite a few pieces of antique wicker, I decided to “shrink-wrap” it to prevent any winter weather from ruining our newest addition...for full tutorial click the link.
The Porch Interior with antique wicker and whale coffee table.
The finished project. The vinyl panels block the wind and rain but allow plenty of sunshine.
The Vinyl panels cut and bound with Duck Tape.

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  • Country Design Home
    Country Design Home
    on Feb 28, 2014

    Hi Elizabeth- we had a contractor do the actual build of the porch conversion. He added some poured concrete support posts to the already existing ones. The roof is just a rubber roof as opposed to shingles, which is great. And yes, he did replace the flooring because he added a layer of screening underneath it to keep the bugs out!

  • Mary Laniewski
    Mary Laniewski
    on Mar 5, 2014

    I use to have these panels when we lived in our other house. Loved Them!

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