The decking is left natural, while the rafters are stained to match the doors and windows of the house. Contrasts such as this are repeated throughout the Longs’ design. The architects opted for a simple ceiling fan without a light kit, hanging string lights along the perimeter for soft illumination at night.
A mix of adirondack and rocking chairs are lined up on this long covered porch for a quiet and inviting sitting space. White columns support the cover and look lovely against the wood flooring and thick, green shrubs. Textured siding blends beautifully with the design.
This beautiful two-story home is a study in striking contrasts. Its black roof and shutters are a crisp counterpart to the white siding and porch railing. A wooden porch and deck are welcome outdoor retreats.
Sleek white outdoor sectionals create an inviting space to entertain and relax outside. A stained wood plank ceiling adds warmth to the porch. Glass-top coffee tables provide a contemporary, sculptural element.
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.