This home's black wrought iron railing and banister enhance the entryway without blocking the look of the brick exterior and columned front porch. The porch, which has a curved portico, was created by Atlanta Decking & Fence.
Dress up your deck or porch by paying attention to the ceiling. Fans are secured from points where the thick trim comes together on a tongue-and-groove ceiling with recessed lights by Atlanta Decking and Fence.
Ceiling fans on a paneled ceiling can be functional and complete the look of a screened-in porch. For this fireside porch, Atlanta Decking and Fence also added extra details such as recessed lighting, curtains and molding.
Atlanta Decking and Fence offers a smart tip for adding a ceiling fan to a pergola. If the top of the pergola can be viewed from a second-floor window, route wires or conduit for a ceiling fan to hide them.
Stone is a favorite material for outdoor kitchen projects, according to Atlanta Decking & Fence, but it doesn't have to be relegated to the backyard. This front porch in metro Atlanta has stone steps that stand out against the brick exterior.
A bracket portico designed by Atlanta Decking and Fence, and a vintage-looking light fixture add rustic Craftsman charm to this bungalow's curb appeal throughout the year. Hunter green paint is used for the shutters and portico. The homeowners decorated with small trees in containers holding red and gold ornaments and a festive ball wreath.
Red is a frequent choice for homes with a traditional look, fitting with brick, molding and columns painted white. "The old-fashioned, welcoming color for a front door is red," says Bruce Holliday of Landscape Plans Plus.