A Beautifully Decorated Screened In Porch

Linda at It All Started With Paint has done an amazing job at transforming her screened in porch into a beautiful and relaxing area, perfect for outdoor dining and gathering with family and friends.

Before she worked her magic, the space looked like this…

What a beautiful transformation! Can’t you just imagine spending a lazy summer afternoon there, reading and enjoying some iced tea? I sure can!

To see more of this porch transformation, head over to It All Started With Paint.

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Comments

  1. says

    Kristi,

    Thank you so much for sharing my screen porch with your wonderful readers!

    And you would be so proud of me … not only am I almost complete with my Make it Happen Monday dresser transformation .. a few touchs up and some waxing is up next … but I’ve also added in getting the front yard weeded and pruned and planted! Phew …

    :)

    Linda

  2. says

    This porch is just as charming as Linda herself is! Just love what she did with the space – we’d spend every minute we could in that porch if it was ours! What a great feature choice, Kristi and well done Linda!

    xoxo,
    mk & Gwynnie

  3. says

    I think it’s gorgeous … I love the bright cushions on the bench! My kids would love it especially with some of that sun streaming in … maybe for ladies with a glass of wine having a chinwag! Looks great!

  4. Jon says

    Just goes to show how much a difference a bit of colour and a few accessories can make – Wonderful colour palette ;) – wouldn’t ordinarily mix fiery red with turquoise, but it works! Jon@kdcuk

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