This cozy, breezy screened porch is perfect for entertaining or relaxing with family and friends. Sofas flank the rustic stone fireplace, offering fireside seating, and a large dining table accommodates a crowd.
Green accents and plants placed throughout this screened porch create outdoor harmony, while the sofa and chairs maintain the charm of the interior. Teak furniture and outdoor fabrics helps minimize weather impact.
With gorgeous wicker furniture and a beautiful reclaimed wood mantel, this screened porch is a country-inspired dream. A stylish patterned rug adds interest underfoot, and a ceiling fan adds a cool breeze overhead.
This screened-in porch is the perfect transition between indoors and outdoors during most any season. Residents and guests can gather around the long farmhouse-style table while dinner cooks on the grill.
The homeowners decided to dedicate the screened-in porch to a spacious sitting area instead of trying to squeeze in a dining table as well. The swing is the size of a twin bed for totally roomy relaxing.
A screened porch welcomes people to this rustic outdoor room in northern Minnesota that holds a sauna, changing room and sleeping area. The 12-by-16 foot outdoor space is located among birch and pine trees, along the Eastern shores of Pine Island on Lake Vermilion.
Originally, this dining room was blocked off from views of the lake by a wall with only two tiny windows. Reworking of the home's design opened up the dining room to a screened porch on one side and a new, improved, more scenic sunroom on the other. Let there be light and lake!
Screened porches serve as another living room, and these mantels can be stunning as well. Simply paint your mantle a color that complements the rest of the fireplace. Then separate a pair of hurricane candleholders to help fill the space. You can find hurricane candleholders for less than $25, and stores such as World Market sell them for less than $10 each.
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.
Without any true carpentry skills or heavy labor, what was a humdrum screened-in porch is now a colorful multipurpose place for lounging and entertaining thanks to a sectional sofa, clever use of rugs and mismatched grouping of tables.