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A lot of attention was paid to integrate the indoors and out. The kitchen and dining room are seamlessly bridged to the porch via 65 feet of sliding glass doors. Building the porch on a corner helps create a more intimate environment says Smith. Just out

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Originally appeared in Packed Naturally
on April 19, 2011
A lot of attention was paid to integrate the indoors and out. The kitchen and dining room are seamlessly bridged to the porch via 65 feet of sliding glass doors. Building the porch on a corner helps create a more intimate environment says Smith. Just out
A lot of attention was paid to integrate the indoors and out. The kitchen and dining room are seamlessly bridged to the porch via 65 feet of sliding glass doors. Building the porch on a corner helps create a more intimate environment says Smith. Just out of the frame is a flowering pear tree that's a focal point of the yard. "It's beautiful to sit inside and look out at the garden and the tree. Or, if it's warmer, open the doors and feel the breeze," the owners say.

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