A cozy covered porch with wood ceiling beams extends the style of the inside of this French country-style home in Atlanta, Georgia, to the outdoors. A durable outdoor sectional sofa and fireplace clad in reclaimed wood offer a cozy, shaded spot from which to enjoy the home's surroundings.
This mountain home located in the North Carolina Brights Creek Community, has a metal roof and beige board and batten exterior. Exterior elements, such as, the wooden porch beams and stone front path are a nod to the natural surroundings.
As seen on Fixer Upper, this home's outside appearance was transformed by adding an all-new facade with post-and-beam construction, a full wraparound porch, new metal roof and natural wood columns and support beams.
Rustic and welcoming, this Craftsman-style house pairs brown siding with a pitched roof porch that features stacked stone and exposed wood beams. A red brick pathway and stairs lead guests past elegant plantings to the comfortable front porch.
With the front room converted back to an open front porch, the door was reworked to match the others. Exposed wood beams were added and tie in visually with the original hardwood floors and stained wood doors.
This picturesque porch has all the tropical appeal of the West Indies with a dark wood-paneled ceiling brightened by white beams and a huge leafy plant. Stripes on the floor help visually widen the space.