Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Porch steps. Get inspired and try out new things.
Learn how to cover concrete steps with wood with this tutorial. Step by step pictures of the process are included.
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Building My Front Porch Steps (The Box Method) – Part 1 – Building The Basic Frame - Addicted 2 Decorating®
I started working on my front porch steps this weekend, and I got most of the basic framework finished. The steps I'm building are probably different than most steps that you've seen. The standard way to build steps is to cut stringers out of 2" x 10" or 2" x 12" lumber, and to secure
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I may have taken last week away from the blog, but y'all didn't miss much. It took me until Friday to finish my front porch steps and railings. But all of that tedious finish work was so well worth the effort, because I absolutely love how these steps and rails turned out! You probably noticed
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Learn how to build steps and get helpful tips for determining number of steps, rise, total length, types of landings, stringers and treads. See pics and more.
Our painted front porch is getting another makeover! I am doing a Front Porch Brick Paver Tutorial and I am taking you along for the entire project!
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I am sharing the 6 things a front porch needs to become an outdoor living space you can enjoy all summer long and a couple of bonus ideas!
Looking for front porch ideas? Check out this front porch makeover before and after. See how we made a simple update to our post and beam front porch and learn how to stain a wooden porch the easy way.
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Cedar-tone treated lumber mimics the real deal but costs less. To save even more, use standard treated lumber for the structural beams and joists under the deck that won't show. #smalldeckremodel #smalldeckmakeover #smalldeckideas #diy #blueandwhitedeck #bhg
Did you know you don't have to settle with the boring grey concrete steps your house came with!? Nope you sure don't!! You can easily paint concrete....and yes, even those high traffic entry steps! In today's blog post I will show you guys how I've painted not only my steps, but other's in my very own neighbourhood....and also an update on my very own stenciled steps 1 year later. First let's go back to the very beginning to see what I was starting with...... These steps once upon a time…
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