Blossom'sGirl Posted July 7, 2009 Share Posted July 7, 2009 We are converting our front screened-in porch (8'x24') to a room that will be heated and useable all year. The screened-in porch is great but it is rarely hot enough here to be really useful. Since the room faces the north and will only get a small bit of morning sunshine, I want to make it bright enough to be a school room but have a cozy option if we need it as a bedroom down the road. The room will have two 29" x 48" windows on the 24' wall and one 37" X 48" window on one of the 8' walls. I am thinking recessed lights may be nice but I have never used them so I am wondering how many I would need or if they are even advisable. The other 8' wall will,hopefully, be a floor to ceiling bookcase and cupboards combination. I feel like a real rebel because we are getting rid of our never used front entrance. We live in the country and no one pulls in and then walks to the front of the house to knock, they always go to the side door. I actually don't even like people in my front yard because it is hard to see it from the house. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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