Updating porch column
But what Sharon suggested is that I just move the wall with the doors out further into the hallway and even with the back wall of the closet, so it would look more like this… Our hallway is certainly large enough that it would work.Of course, if I go this route, I can kiss my (relatively) quick and easy hallway makeover goodbye. I’m going to give it more thought, and I’ll probably need to climb into the attic (ugh! I know exactly which walls are bearing on the other side (the kitchen/living room side) of the house but I get a little confused on the bedroom side.
A few of you suggested that since Matt is so easy going and lets me have my way with this house, that I might consider letting him have his way on this decision.And Bob Ryley is on board to help Pat trim out some columns on the back porch with Windsor ONE engineered lumber.Bob takes a trip to the Cobb Hill Co-Housing Community to learn about some of the farming techniques being practiced.My parents' front porch is surrounded by old medal posts that have undergone a lot of rust over the years, and this spring we noticed that at least one of the posts is no longer connected to the ground.Here are some photos of the posts, as well as the rust damage and their current connection to the house at the top.