A quartet of Adirondack chairs make it so easy to take in the view.
Rocking chairs offer a warm welcome on the porch of this farmhouse. Plants add notes of color and an extra homey touch.
A long covered porch makes a sheltered, shady spot for an outdoor sitting area. Woven chairs are a durable and attractive choice.
This porch knows what to do with a lazy afternoon: grab a rocking chair and watch the world go by. When the sun goes down, a row of lantern pendants lets the easy life continue.
Garden beds make lush boundaries in between the porch and patio in this backyard. Grab a lounge chair and enjoy the view!
This porch offers a grand way—columns, painted ceiling, wrought iron details—to take in views of the swimming pool and the Port Royal waterway.
Rock away any worries on this tucked-away porch. P.S. There's room for two!
A wide front porch shades the front of the house and has plenty of room for a small sitting area.
This huge porch wraps all the way around the house with plenty of room for dining and lounging.
This front porch invites friends and conversation with two handsome rocking chairs in modern black.
This small front porch goes big on style with two leather chairs and a sculptural succulent. The louvered wood slats at both porch ends are a welcome note of warmth and texture.
Bright yellow, graphic pillows are a contemporary accent to this neutral-toned front porch with matching rocking chairs.
Against the far side of the porch, four cushioned chairs take in the home's scenic surroundings. With a view like this, who would ever want to leave the wilderness?
As seen on Flipping Virgins, the exterior front porch at Leslie and Tim's flip, in Douglasville, GA.
Back porch daydreaming is as peaceful as it comes with views of feathery grasses and pretty flowers for inspiration.
The garage of the 2012 HGTV Green Home features a porch that overlooks the home. A cedar railing with a metal cable reinforcement echoes the front porch design elements.
A porch off the master suite provides a quiet retreat from busy days. Big picture windows connect the interior with the peace outside.
Turquoise and lime green accents give Caribbean flair to this patio.