The living room's telescoping glass doors open out onto the covered deck and pool area, where audio streams from indoors. Neutral tan shake siding and aqua eaves contrast perfectly with the trim's bright white paint.
This sprawling outdoor covered porch features a small dining area with a white table, brown wooden chairs and colorful potted flowers. Nearby orange and yellow Adriondack chairs offer the perfect spot for taking in the view.
Outdoor living spaces and extra details such as ceiling fans are becoming even more important in home construction. This covered deck designed by Edward Andrews Homes in a new community in Roswell, a suburb of Atlanta, boasts a paneled ceiling with a ceiling fan, providing a breeze and illuminating the seating area.
The wide open doorway of this covered seating area perfectly frames the stunning view of the Sardinian landscape and the Gulf of Cugnana. A wooden sea creature makes a delightful base for overhead lighting.
The luxurious covered porch and adjacent patios means residents and guests of the home may never need to venture indoors. Fireplace? Check. Bar? Check. TV, pool, comfy seating areas? Check, check, check!
The incredible backyard of this home is truly an oasis: An expansive covered porch has plenty of room for couches, sofas and a dining area. Pull the curtains for added shade or privacy. In the back of the yard waits a shimmering swimming pool.
A lovely outdoor dining table sits at the ready on this covered porch to offer up guests a gorgeous mountain view. The elegant wood beam ceiling and ceiling fan keeps the area shady and cool while lending to the space's rustic aesthetic.
The Matsumotos wanted an outdoor dining area on a covered porch. The tin ceiling was made from the repurposed metal roof from the home's original structure. A hanging planter was fashioned from an old wooden box salvaged from inside the old house.