Austin-based interior designer Ann Edgerton remodeled her family house on the Llano River in Texas “off highway 29, between Llano and Mason,” she says. The house was initially a simple prefab home that she remodeled in 2010 with an added bedroom, large back porch, and screened porch. Edgerton designed the screened porch with a soft bohemian look using vintage rattan furniture, Moroccan accents, and bright textiles. “I wanted to create a place you can grow into with new textiles and plants,” she says. Here’s a closer look at some of Edgerton’s ideas and similar sources to recreate the look.
Above: Edgerton found the bamboo sofa and armchair at her local thrift store, reupholstering them in outdoor fabric from Spruce in Austin. The vintage wicker chaise she found at a garage sale. Photograph by Molly Winters courtesy of Ann Edgerton.
Above: A similar vintage rattan chaise to the one Edgerton found is the Vintage French Provence Bamboo and Rattan Chaise Longue; $2,500 on 1st Dibs. Other options from the auction site are the Bar Harbor Wicker Chaise Longue for $2,250 and the Handmade Moroccan Natural Wicker Chair for $405.42.
Above: The Mosaic Tiled Coffee Table with a charcol iron base is $369 at West Elm. Edgerton found the pair of Moroccan coffee tables at a local store in Texas called Tesoros Trading Company.
Above: A full set of bamboo and rattan furniture can be found at your local flea, thrift, or online at places such as 1st Dibs, Chairish, Etsy, and eBay. This set, the Dal Vera Manufactured Living Room Set from 1970, is $4,840 on 1st Dibs.
Above: The Patina Bronze Drum Table is $249 at Crate & Barrel.
Above: Edgerton sourced an outdoor rug from Mad Mats. The Moroccan Rug is made of UV-protected, recycled plastic; $125 for the 6-by-9-foot size at Mad Mats. For more outdoor rugs see our post 10 Easy Pieces: Striped Outdoor Rugs.
Above: Made from coral colored handwoven cotton, the Ethiopian Throw Blanket is $198 at Lost & Found in Los Angeles.
Above: From Hawkins New York, handmade Moroccan Recycled Glassware ranges from $6 for the extra small cup (left) to $32 for the pitcher (center).
Above: The Fiberstone Round Planter in a black finish is $149 for the 20-inch round size at West Elm.
Above: The Sustainable Fiber Basket Hamper stands 15 inches tall and is made in Mexico; $94 from Spartan in Austin, Texas.
For more ideas see our posts:
- Before and After: A summer Porch Rehab in Upstate New York
- Landscape Architect Visit: The Hotel Saint Cecilia in Austin, TX
- Steal This Look: A Silvery Blue Palette in Austin, TX