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Covered Front Porch With Brick Floor, Neutral Siding, White Support Column and Black Window Shutters
Brick flooring grounds this light, neutral front porch design. White columns support the porch cover and keep the space open to the surroundings. Black planters match the black window shutters and red accent pieces add a final touch of color.
The ground-level patio area of the HGTV Dream Home 2013 features all-weather woven chairs that cozy up to a glass-topped table, ideal for both formal dinners or a table surface to focus on family craft projects.A makeshift chandelier of zinc hexagon-shaped lanterns illuminates the table top. The romance of candlelight elevates the dining experience in this casual gathering area.
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.
You can extend the size of any living room with a covered outdoor living space like this terrace. This space offers the joys of being outside but the protection of inside. Featuring bright colors, multiple patterns and a bar cart, this covered terrace is inviting and functional.
Double doors shine all on their own, but designer Robin LaMonte paired these beauties with bright red bows and matching wreaths to make her client's front porch even more special. A doormat monogrammed with an "I" nods to the family's last name and keeps the elements at bay.
Gregg's design eye: blending traditional with quirky, imaginative touches, is on full view on an upstairs porch off of her master bedroom. The porch boasts a classic haint blue porch ceiling and burlap tablecloth but a quirky collection of vases to bring contemporary energy to her look. Gregg likes vinyl on outside furniture to stay clean and fresh.
The front entrance to this beautiful, traditional home is symmetrical which allows for a balanced flow throughout the landscaping, planters, pavers and walkway. Stacked stone stairs lead up to the wooden front door, which features a glass panel and natural, dark finish.
A covered pavilion with herringbone brick floors creates a nice spot for dining al fresco in view of the pool. Peppy orange fabrics bring life to the woven indoor-outdoor seating, while unique wood chandeliers and a wall-mounted TV bring the indoors out.
A traditional veranda spans the full length of this home's exterior, offering a sweeping view of Australia's Sydney harbor. The Gothic Revival mansion, built in 1870, recently underwent a full restoration to turn it into a modern family home.
Traditional Screened-In Porch Features Red & White Metal Armchair
Take a moment and enjoy the natural surroundings on this screened-in porch. A red and white metal armchair provides seating in the corner of the space, while a ceiling fan brings cool air during the hotter months.
Brick pavers laid in a herringbone pattern create a tasteful, traditional and stylish porch that begs for summertime conversation over a glass of lemonade. Wide columns and a deep overhang give the porch presence and add curb appeal.
Traditional Covered Front Porch With Beadboard Ceiling
A gravel stone walkway creates a quiet pathway to a classic covered front porch with a white beadboard ceiling and traditional black front door. A white wicker chair is positioned on the porch, offering a place for outdoor relaxation.
Lovely Screened Porch Offers Dining & Living Areas
Double sliding doors off this screened porch open to the family room, allowing the two spaces to seamlessly blend when desired. With a dining table, sofas and armchairs, the gorgeous porch is ideal for dining and relaxing.