Her concrete porch was an eye-sore, so she covered it up in the most surprisingly way.
After leveling the porch underneath all the bases and drilling all of them together, it was time to add the slabs of wood back on.
“The planing process revealed beautiful wood of all kinds — all hardwoods, some of them exotic,” Susan wrote.
The porch fit 18 perfect squares of wood, each of which the couple equipped with extra support boards to hold more weight.
“Once the top boards were in place, the porch was almost complete,” Susan wrote.
They didn’t stop just there, though, and after everything was nailed in place, the covered the wood with a beautiful, dark walnut stain.
To cover up the last area of the porch Susan wasn’t too fond of, they added a pallet step up to the porch.
The end result looks like something that was custom made, and now at least the front of their house looks “move-in ready.”