From Pre-Fab to Farmhouse

A guest room tucked at the back of this Georgia farmhouse occupies part of the original structure, and a small addition creates a “sleeping porch” for grandchildren. Antique twin beds lend age to the addition, as do the horizontal butt board walls, wrapping casement windows, sliding French doors and painted wood floor. Together, these elements create the impression that the charming and playful space was originally a porch and later enclosed.

Photography: Blayne Beacham Macauley

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tinasparks
Tina Sparks added this to tiny houses31 Oct 2019

love the painted floor for the sewing room

cafarley_writes
cafarley_writes added this to Whimsy25 Aug 2019

7. Paint the floors. A floor painted a solid color adds style and freshness to a room for less than the cost of a new rug. Try painting the floors of a guest room, study or sunporch a cheerful spring green or pale sky blue.

debbie_stolle
ChathamHillontheLake.com added this to charming cottage23 Apr 2019

this reminds me of a room from my grandmother's home that had been a porch and they closed it in with little windows to make it a bedroom. Another excellent small space bedroom

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