See that little nook at the end?
Linda says it is her very favorite place to sit on the whole porch.
Looking back toward the house from the swing nook. The sliding glass doors at the end go into their sunroom.
Another cute bunny planter.
See these sliding glass doors? They are to the master bedroom.
Why yes, I’d like to be able to walk out of my bedroom on a hot summer morning to take a nice refreshing dip in this…
inda once told me that they first looked at this house in the dead of winter. Much of the interior was covered with dark paneling and the main rooms of the house were small and closed off. Linda and hubby Gene knew what they could turn the house into, but when she went out back and saw that it had an in-ground pool – SOLD!!!!!
As you head toward the pool from the porch you enter this little alcove with a fountain hung on a lattice wall.
It makes the perfect, soothing, refreshing sound.
This is the porch looking back from the other end of the pool. Don’t you love the railing that they designed and built? You can’t see it in any of these pics, but the porch has a tin roof! Oh how I would love to sit out there and listen to it rain.
Linda’s attention to detail is carried right here to the pool deck. Concrete planters lined up against the wall filled with pretty white flowers and a very pretty wall planter.
A metal wall planter holds a pretty ivy geranium.
I love the shape of this concrete planter. The flowers look so pretty combined with the bush.
You have blown me away once again, my lovely friend!