100 years old · 1916 · addition · before and after · breezeway · Dallas · doors · Dutch door · exterior paint · garage · Highland Park · historic home · home · home renovation · home restoration · house color · old home · old house · Outdoor lights · Prairie Style · renovation · stained ceiling · stained eaves · Texas · Uncategorized

Breezeway Update.

Our home and garage are connected by a graciously tall arched open air breezeway. What a pleasant way to come home and to exit out into the rest of the world. The breezeway is really coming together with the stained eaves, the supports in place, and the lights partially installed!

Below: Looking from the house towards the garage.


Below: Beautiful lighting fixtures being installed today!


Below: Looking from the garage towards the house.


Below: Why yes, that is a Dutch door! Prairie style window on the top and solid wood on the bottom. I can just imagine our precious puppy sticking her paws up on this door ledge and greeting us as we come home from a long day!


Below: A close up of the Dutch door looking on into the mudroom inside.


Let’s take a very quick look back at the breezeway progress over the past few months. For a more in depth look back at this project please reference this previous post: Breezeway…form dream to reality.¬†

Below: Beginning to see the arched shape take form.


Below: Beadboard installation in progress.


Below: After the ceiling was stained but before final supports, paint, and lights.


Below: And now back to today!


Cute but under the weather helper today!


Love and hugs,


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