OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING
OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING
OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING
OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING
OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING
OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING
OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING
OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING
OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING
OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING
OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING
OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING
OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING
OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING

OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING

The owners of this 2006 built suburban home desired to create an outdoor dining and living area that was protected from the elements and harsh evening sun. The new covered porch structure was seamlessly connected to the existing family room roof structure. The existing family room vaulted ceiling was continued to the exterior with the use of a timber frame structure. Given the height of the resultant roof structure, additional timber framework and masonry post bases were introduced to reduce its scale and compliment the proportions. Pergolas and seat walls were also integrated into the patio design to soften the scale of the roof structure and frame the edges of the patio. To protect the covered dining area from the harsh evening sun, cedar members created a screen within the timber framework on the west side of the dining area and within the gable end opening.

OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING

The owners of this 2006 built suburban home desired to create an outdoor dining and living area that was protected from the elements and harsh evening sun. The new covered porch structure was seamlessly connected to the existing family room roof structure. The existing family room vaulted ceiling was continued to the exterior with the use of a timber frame structure. Given the height of the resultant roof structure, additional timber framework and masonry post bases were introduced to reduce its scale and compliment the proportions. Pergolas and seat walls were also integrated into the patio design to soften the scale of the roof structure and frame the edges of the patio. To protect the covered dining area from the harsh evening sun, cedar members created a screen within the timber framework on the west side of the dining area and within the gable end opening.

OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING

The owners of this 2006 built suburban home desired to create an outdoor dining and living area that was protected from the elements and harsh evening sun. The new covered porch structure was seamlessly connected to the existing family room roof structure. The existing family room vaulted ceiling was continued to the exterior with the use of a timber frame structure. Given the height of the resultant roof structure, additional timber framework and masonry post bases were introduced to reduce its scale and compliment the proportions. Pergolas and seat walls were also integrated into the patio design to soften the scale of the roof structure and frame the edges of the patio. To protect the covered dining area from the harsh evening sun, cedar members created a screen within the timber framework on the west side of the dining area and within the gable end opening.

OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING

The owners of this 2006 built suburban home desired to create an outdoor dining and living area that was protected from the elements and harsh evening sun. The new covered porch structure was seamlessly connected to the existing family room roof structure. The existing family room vaulted ceiling was continued to the exterior with the use of a timber frame structure. Given the height of the resultant roof structure, additional timber framework and masonry post bases were introduced to reduce its scale and compliment the proportions. Pergolas and seat walls were also integrated into the patio design to soften the scale of the roof structure and frame the edges of the patio. To protect the covered dining area from the harsh evening sun, cedar members created a screen within the timber framework on the west side of the dining area and within the gable end opening.

OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING

The owners of this 2006 built suburban home desired to create an outdoor dining and living area that was protected from the elements and harsh evening sun. The new covered porch structure was seamlessly connected to the existing family room roof structure. The existing family room vaulted ceiling was continued to the exterior with the use of a timber frame structure. Given the height of the resultant roof structure, additional timber framework and masonry post bases were introduced to reduce its scale and compliment the proportions. Pergolas and seat walls were also integrated into the patio design to soften the scale of the roof structure and frame the edges of the patio. To protect the covered dining area from the harsh evening sun, cedar members created a screen within the timber framework on the west side of the dining area and within the gable end opening.

OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING

The owners of this 2006 built suburban home desired to create an outdoor dining and living area that was protected from the elements and harsh evening sun. The new covered porch structure was seamlessly connected to the existing family room roof structure. The existing family room vaulted ceiling was continued to the exterior with the use of a timber frame structure. Given the height of the resultant roof structure, additional timber framework and masonry post bases were introduced to reduce its scale and compliment the proportions. Pergolas and seat walls were also integrated into the patio design to soften the scale of the roof structure and frame the edges of the patio. To protect the covered dining area from the harsh evening sun, cedar members created a screen within the timber framework on the west side of the dining area and within the gable end opening.

OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING

The owners of this 2006 built suburban home desired to create an outdoor dining and living area that was protected from the elements and harsh evening sun. The new covered porch structure was seamlessly connected to the existing family room roof structure. The existing family room vaulted ceiling was continued to the exterior with the use of a timber frame structure. Given the height of the resultant roof structure, additional timber framework and masonry post bases were introduced to reduce its scale and compliment the proportions. Pergolas and seat walls were also integrated into the patio design to soften the scale of the roof structure and frame the edges of the patio. To protect the covered dining area from the harsh evening sun, cedar members created a screen within the timber framework on the west side of the dining area and within the gable end opening.

OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING

The owners of this 2006 built suburban home desired to create an outdoor dining and living area that was protected from the elements and harsh evening sun. The new covered porch structure was seamlessly connected to the existing family room roof structure. The existing family room vaulted ceiling was continued to the exterior with the use of a timber frame structure. Given the height of the resultant roof structure, additional timber framework and masonry post bases were introduced to reduce its scale and compliment the proportions. Pergolas and seat walls were also integrated into the patio design to soften the scale of the roof structure and frame the edges of the patio. To protect the covered dining area from the harsh evening sun, cedar members created a screen within the timber framework on the west side of the dining area and within the gable end opening.

OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING

The owners of this 2006 built suburban home desired to create an outdoor dining and living area that was protected from the elements and harsh evening sun. The new covered porch structure was seamlessly connected to the existing family room roof structure. The existing family room vaulted ceiling was continued to the exterior with the use of a timber frame structure. Given the height of the resultant roof structure, additional timber framework and masonry post bases were introduced to reduce its scale and compliment the proportions. Pergolas and seat walls were also integrated into the patio design to soften the scale of the roof structure and frame the edges of the patio. To protect the covered dining area from the harsh evening sun, cedar members created a screen within the timber framework on the west side of the dining area and within the gable end opening.

OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING

The owners of this 2006 built suburban home desired to create an outdoor dining and living area that was protected from the elements and harsh evening sun. The new covered porch structure was seamlessly connected to the existing family room roof structure. The existing family room vaulted ceiling was continued to the exterior with the use of a timber frame structure. Given the height of the resultant roof structure, additional timber framework and masonry post bases were introduced to reduce its scale and compliment the proportions. Pergolas and seat walls were also integrated into the patio design to soften the scale of the roof structure and frame the edges of the patio. To protect the covered dining area from the harsh evening sun, cedar members created a screen within the timber framework on the west side of the dining area and within the gable end opening.

OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING

The owners of this 2006 built suburban home desired to create an outdoor dining and living area that was protected from the elements and harsh evening sun. The new covered porch structure was seamlessly connected to the existing family room roof structure. The existing family room vaulted ceiling was continued to the exterior with the use of a timber frame structure. Given the height of the resultant roof structure, additional timber framework and masonry post bases were introduced to reduce its scale and compliment the proportions. Pergolas and seat walls were also integrated into the patio design to soften the scale of the roof structure and frame the edges of the patio. To protect the covered dining area from the harsh evening sun, cedar members created a screen within the timber framework on the west side of the dining area and within the gable end opening.

OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING

The owners of this 2006 built suburban home desired to create an outdoor dining and living area that was protected from the elements and harsh evening sun. The new covered porch structure was seamlessly connected to the existing family room roof structure. The existing family room vaulted ceiling was continued to the exterior with the use of a timber frame structure. Given the height of the resultant roof structure, additional timber framework and masonry post bases were introduced to reduce its scale and compliment the proportions. Pergolas and seat walls were also integrated into the patio design to soften the scale of the roof structure and frame the edges of the patio. To protect the covered dining area from the harsh evening sun, cedar members created a screen within the timber framework on the west side of the dining area and within the gable end opening.

OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING

The owners of this 2006 built suburban home desired to create an outdoor dining and living area that was protected from the elements and harsh evening sun. The new covered porch structure was seamlessly connected to the existing family room roof structure. The existing family room vaulted ceiling was continued to the exterior with the use of a timber frame structure. Given the height of the resultant roof structure, additional timber framework and masonry post bases were introduced to reduce its scale and compliment the proportions. Pergolas and seat walls were also integrated into the patio design to soften the scale of the roof structure and frame the edges of the patio. To protect the covered dining area from the harsh evening sun, cedar members created a screen within the timber framework on the west side of the dining area and within the gable end opening.

OASIS OUTDOOR LIVING

The owners of this 2006 built suburban home desired to create an outdoor dining and living area that was protected from the elements and harsh evening sun. The new covered porch structure was seamlessly connected to the existing family room roof structure. The existing family room vaulted ceiling was continued to the exterior with the use of a timber frame structure. Given the height of the resultant roof structure, additional timber framework and masonry post bases were introduced to reduce its scale and compliment the proportions. Pergolas and seat walls were also integrated into the patio design to soften the scale of the roof structure and frame the edges of the patio. To protect the covered dining area from the harsh evening sun, cedar members created a screen within the timber framework on the west side of the dining area and within the gable end opening.
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