A screened-in porch was a smart addition to the house, as it provides relief from the sun and bugs during the summer and shelter from the snow in winter. After enjoying dinner at the table, the owners and their guests can curl up by the fire -- no matter what time of year it is.
If you spend more time outdoors than in your home, it makes sense to splurge on this area. A screened-in porch on the back of this house is made with sustainable wood that's naturally water and decay resistant. Lightweight shades allow the sunlight to seep into the space while enjoying the views.
A 450-sqaure-foot screened porch was added to this 1980s home to create space for indoor-outdoor living. The porch features large sliding doors that connect it to the family room and a gorgeous stone fireplace for chilly nights.
A small, country-style dining set is nestled in the corner of this screened porch, creating a peaceful, breezy space for casual dining. Next to the dining table, two screened doors allow access onto an open-air porch that leads to the sprawling backyard.
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.