Sleeping Al Fresco

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In the south, there is a room in many older homes that is called a sleeping porch. Typically located on the upper level, the purpose was to take advantage of the breeze to help one sleep comfortably before air conditioning.

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Often placed on a corner of the home in order to take advantage of cross breezes, the sleeping porch offered a bit of relief from the hot stuffy interior bedroom.

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Today, few homes have sleeping porches, but they seem to be making a comeback on some . . . → Read More: Sleeping Al Fresco

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