35,514 Porch Design Photos
Generations ago, the porch was the “living room” of the home. It was the social spot — a place to converse with neighbors, cool off in summer and watch kids as they played in the front yard. Porch swings and glasses of lemonade became symbols of the simple life, but as houses, neighborhoods and air conditioning evolved, families headed indoors or to the backyard instead. Today, it is making a comeback as homeowners look to channel those relaxing olden days with sunrooms, front stoops and wraparounds. More
Beautiful home on Lake Keowee with English Arts and Crafts inspired details. The exterior combines stone and wavy edge siding with a cedar shake roof. Inside, heavy timber construction is accented by reclaimed heart pine floors and shiplap walls. The three-sided stone tower fireplace faces the...
Rustic LakehouseWright Design
One thing that the client requested was more parking that did not feel like an out of place driveway. The linear element on the left of the sidewalk carries through to make a perimeter for the tree, which became the focal point.
Northwoodaustin outdoor design
This home was completely renovated, including an addition. It was transformed from a Colonial style to Greek Revival, which was more fitting for the neighborhood. The screened porch was added as a part of the renovation, with Greek Revival style pillars separating the screens, and durable ipe...
Greek Revival Remodel - Screened PorchTreHus Architects+Interior Designers+Builders
Side porch at the 2012 Southern Living Idea House in Senoia, Georgia, with a traditional "haint blue" ceiling.
Renovation: Senoia FarmhouseHistorical Concepts
In order for the kitchen to serve the back porch, I designed the window opening to be a glass garage door, with continuous granite countertop. It's perfect.
Architectural DetailsRice and Brown Architects
Sunroom SerenityLucy Interior Design
Montclair NjLandscape Techniques Inc.
Screened Porch Get AwayArlington Home Interiors
Caledon ResidenceBrenda Liu Photography
Ladies StreetStarr Sanford Design
This project was a residence for a couple from the Washington D.C. area. The original house was a poorly conceived series of stucco boxes with no relationship to the outdoor spaces, or the distant vistas. These qualities were some of the more spectacular aspects of the 25 acre site.